* KPEV stands for Königlich Preußische Eisenbahn-Verwaltung (Royal Prussian Railway Administration)

* KBStB stands for Königlich Bayerisch Staats Bahn (Royal Bavarian State Railway)

* DRG/DRB/DR/DB stands for Deutsche Reichsbahn (German Imperial Railway)

German locomotive Adler 2-2-2 1835

Der Adler, wheel arrangement 2-2-2, year 1835

German locomotive Borsig 4-2-2 1841

Borsig, wheel arrangement 4-2-2, year 1841

German locomotive G3 0-6-0 1877

KPEV Class G3, wheel arrangement 0-6-0, year 1877

German locomotive DVI 0-4-0 1880

KBStB Class DVI (as DRG Class 98), wheel arrangement 0-4-0 side tank, year 1880

KBStB Class DVI, wheel arrangement 0-4-0 side tank, year 1880

German locomotive P3 4-4-2 1897

Palatinate Railway Class P3, wheel arrangement 4-4-2, year 1897

German locomotive T15 0-6-4-0T 1897

KPEV Class T15, wheel arrangement 0-6-4-0 side tank, year 1897

German locomotive XV 4-4-2 1900

Class XV, wheel arrangement 4-4-2, year 1900

German locomotive AEG 1901

Class AEG, high speed railcar, year 1901

German locomotive P8 4-6-0 1906

Class P8, wheel arrangement 4-6-0, year 1906

German locomotive S3/6 4-6-2 1908

Class S3/6, wheel arrangement 4-6-2, year 1908

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