Beuth (locomotive)
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Beuth Locomotive
BEUTH
Beuth 1.jpg
Nachbau der Beuth im Deutschen Technikmuseum Berlin
Number(s)24[1]
Quantity1
ManufacturerAugust Borsig
Year(s) of manufacture1844
Retired1864
Axle arrangement1A1 n2
Length over buffers11.53 m
Service weight14.4 t
Top speed42 km/h
Boiler Overpressure5.5 kp/cm2
Grate area0.83 m2
Train protectionnone

Beuth was a 2-2-2 steam locomotive manufactured by Borsig, first delivered in 1843.

Success

The 24th locomotive by the manufacturer, Beuth ended up being a great success, and its valve design became de facto standard for locomotives for decades to come. By 1846, Borsig had manufactured more than a hundred locomotives.

Replica

In 1912, a replica of the locomotive was constructed which is housed in the German Museum of Technology in Berlin today.[when?][1]

References

  • Chant, Christopher. The World's Railways. ISBN 1-85361-487-4.

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