List of Prussian locomotives and railbuses
This list gives an overview of the locomotives and railcars that were in the Prussian state railways. Also included are the locomotives of the Grand Duchy of Hesse State Railways (Grossherzoglich Hessischen Staatseisenbahnen) and the PrussianHessian Railway Company (PreussischHessischen Eisenbahngemeinschaft).
Locomotive classification
1883 classification system
Up to 1 April 1883 the Prussian state railways or acquired private railways designated their locomotives with names and/or numbers. From that date the following numbering scheme was introduced into all the railway divisions.
1 to 99  uncoupled locomotives 
100 to 499  fourcoupled passenger train locomotives 
500 to 799  fourcoupled goods train locomotives 
800 to 1399  sixcoupled goods train locomotives 
1400 to 1699  fourcoupled tank locomotives 
1700 to 1899  sixcoupled tank locomotives 
1900 to 1999  special locomotives 
This scheme applied to all state railway divisions and statemanaged private railways. Locomotive numbering was organised according to the above system. However a locomotive could only be identified exactly by using the divisional name and running number in combination.
Because of the increasing numbers of locomotives being procured, the classification scheme and its range of numbers were no longer sufficient. However the numbering system was not immediately replaced. As a result, numbering chaos arose as individual divisions used spare numbers and unique designations for new locomotives.
1903 classification system
Due to the resulting confusion a new classification scheme was introduced in 1903. This was based on the systems used in the Cologne West Rhine (Coeln linksrheinisch), Elberfeld und Magdeburg railway divisions. This changeover took place between 1905 and 1908 within the divisions.
There were four main groups:
 S – Schnellzuglokomotiven = express train locomotives
 P – Personenzuglokomotiven = passenger train locomotives
 G – Güterzuglokomotiven = goods train (freight) locomotives
 T – Tenderlokomotiven = tank locomotives
An additional number represented the power delivered by the engine and together specified its group. The higher the number the more powerful the locomotive. Engines with a medium power rating were given the number 3. Saturated steam engines were given odd, and superheated steam locomotives even, numbers.
The individual locomotive groups were given a specific range of numbers, that often differentiated between twocylinder (Zwillings) and compound locomotives.
Because the group criteria allowed a certain degree of freedom, and because the myriad locomotives were often different, it was possible for the same type of locomotive to be placed in different groups in the different railway divisions.
From 1910 the divisions within the groups were further refined using indices. And as older locomotives were mustered out the groups became largely uniform. As a result, from that time the group designation became simultaneously a class designation. In the margins of this measure, individual locomotive types were redesignated into other groups.
From 1914 the allocation of numbers began to be no longer consistent. This situation became worse after the end of the First World War as a result of the dissolution of the railway divisions as well as the disorganised way in which locomotives were entered into service.
Classification system for technical and engineering purposes
For technical and engineering purposes, the system introduced in 1883 was not practicable. In order to describe individual types of locomotive a second system was therefore brought in.
This scheme was based on a leading fraction for the running gear ratio, capital letters to specify the primary role and type of steam used, and additional abbreviations for special features.


There were no special abbreviations for wet steam engines, tender locomotives, twocylinder engines and simple steam expansion.
So 2/4 H. S. L. dr. meant a fourcoupled, four axled, superheated express train locomotive with carrying bogie.
Further details such as 'bus' ("Omnibus") were spelt out in full. With the addition of phrases like 'with trailing axle' ("mit hinterer Laufachse") it was possible to distinguish whether a carrying wheelset was in front of or behind the coupled wheels. Following on were further descriptions in order to differentiate the different locomotives. So, for example, the name of the design company, or the name of the railway division that first procured the engine, or the fact that the locomotive was built to certain standards, were added. This classification system continued even after the introduction of the 1903 scheme. From 1910 the detail of the wheel arrangement as a fraction was replaced by a combination of figures for carrying axles and letters for coupled axles (see UIC classification).
Classification of electric locomotives and railbuses
The first locomotives built from 1908 were given the Class designation "WSL"  WechselstromSchnellzugLokomotive (AC express train locomotive) and "WGL"  WechselstromGüterzugLokomotive (AC goods train locomotive) as well as operating numbers: from 10201 for the goods train engines and 10501 for the expresses. In addition the name of the railway division followed. Because the system was no longer adequate for the locomotives ordered from 1911 a system was introduced similar to the steam engine classification scheme.
It comprised the class designations:
 ES – Schnellzuglokomotiven = express train locomotives (operating numbers starting at 1)
 EP – Personenzuglokomotiven = passenger train locomotives (operating numbers starting at 201)
 EG – Güterzuglokomotiven = goods train locomotives (operating numbers starting at 501)
 EV – Verschiebelokomotiven = pusher locomotives (operating numbers starting at 1)
Multiple locomotives were designated with lower case letters.
The railbuses were initially only given an operating number. From 1910 type letters were introduced.
 AT – Akkumulatortriebwagen = accumulator railbus (operating numbers starting at 201), later only "A"
 DT – Dampftriebwagen = steam railbus (operating numbers starting at 1)
 VT – Verbrennungsmotortriebwagen = combustion engine railbus (operating numbers starting at 1)
 ET – Elektrotriebwagen = electric railbus (various numbering systems)
There were far more locomotives than available 4digit numbers; consequently each division had its own list. Locomotives transferred between divisions would be renumbered. The 22 divisions were:



The operating numbers were always given together with their originating railway division in order to avoid any possible confusion.
Remarks about the tables
The lists give an overview of the locomotives procured by the Prussian state railways (Preussische(n) Staatseisenbahnen) from 1880 or as standard types thereafter.
Steam locomotives
Express train locomotives
Class  Number range  DRG number(s)  Quantity  Year(s) Built  Type  Remarks 

S 1  1–100  14  1884–1887  1B n2v  Hanover type  
(12 7001 – 7004)  260  1885–1898  1B n2  Standard type based on to M III2; 3 units, classed as P 3  
S 2  101–200  2  1890  2′B n2v  Experimental loco, Hannover  
2  1891  2′B n2  Experimental loco, Erfurt variant  
2  2′B n2v  
148  1892–1893  2′B n2  Standard type based on M III2a, copy of the Erfurt experimental loco  
1  1892  2′B n2  Experimental loco with Lentz flue boiler  
S 3  201–400  13 002 – 028  1027  1893–1903  2′B n2v  Standard type based on M III2b; 4 units with Pielock water separator (Dampftrockner), classified S 4 for a time 
13 001  (26)  (1904–1908)  2′B n2v  Rebuild of S 2 based on M III2a with compound system  
S 4  401–500  1  1898  2′B h2  Superheated trials engine with fire tube superheater  
2  1899–1900  2′B h2  Superheated trials engine with smokebox superheater  
13 501 – 504  104  1898–1909  2′B h2  Standard type based on M XIV2  
S 5^{1}  501–600  1  1894  2′B n4v  Experimental locomotive with fourcylinder compound engine, of the same type as for the Chemins de fer du Nord  
17  1900–1903  2′B n4v  Hannover variant  
22  1902–1903  2′B n4v  Grafenstaden variant  
S 5^{2}  501–600  13 651 – 850  367  1905–1911  2′B n2v  Standard type based on M III2b, socalled "strengthened S 3"; classified S 3 until 1910 
S 6  601–700  13 1001 – 1286  584  1906–1913  2′B h2  Standard type based on M XIV2a 
S 7  701–800  159  1902–1906  2′B1′ n4v  Standard type based on M III2f, Hanover variant; one with Pielock water separator, classified S 8 for a time  
79  1902–1905  2′B1′ n4v  Grafenstaden variant, delivered in 3 versions  
S 8  801–900  14 001 – 002  (2)  (1913–1914)  2′B1′ h4v  Rebuilt S 9 based on M III2g with superheater 
S 9 (Experimental)  901–1000  2  1904  2′B2′ n3v  Fast WittfeldKuhn trials locomotive  
S 9  901–1000  14 031  99  1908–1910  2′B1′ n4v  Standard type based on M III2g, 2 prototypes initially classified as S 7 
S 10  1001–1100  17 001 – 135  202  1910–1914  2′C h4  Standard type based on M XIV2b, 2 prototypes initially classified as S 8 
S 10^{1}  1101–1200  17 1001 – 1123, 17 1145 – 1153 
145  1911–1914  2′C h4v  Standard type based on M XIV2c^{1}, 1911 version 
17 1124 – 1144, 17 1154 – 1209 
92  1914–1916  2′C h4v  Standard type based on M XIV2c^{2}, 1914 version  
S 10^{2}  1201–1300  17 201 – 296  124  1914–1916  2′C h3  Standard type based on M XIV2d; like the S 10, only with 3 cylinders 
S 11  1301–  7  1918  1′C2′ h4v  kkStB 310.300; 10 ordered from the kkStB, 7 taken over by Prussia, handed to Poland in 1922 
Passenger train locomotives
Class  Number range  DRG number(s)  Quantity  Year(s) Built  Type  Remarks 

P 1  1501 –1550  56  1885–1891  1′B n2  Standard type based on M III1b, socalled "newer RuhrSieg type"; 24 units classified as P 2  
P 2  1551–1600  166  1877–1884  1B n2  Standard type based on M 15, with inside valve gear; 7 units classified as P 3  
76  1878–1883  Standard type based on M 16, with outside valve gear; 17 units classified as P 1  
5  1886  2′B n2  Cöln linksreheinisch Division variant  
P 3  1601–1700  3  1891  2′B n2v  Socalled "Mosel railway locomotives"; like the P 3^{2}, only with bogie  
P 3^{1}  1601–1700  (34 7001 – 7012)  685  1885–1899  1B n2  Standard type based on M III1 
P 3^{2}  1701–1800  (34 7101 – 7134)  131  1887–1903  1B n2v  Standard type based on M III1a 
P 4^{1}  1801–1900  2  1891  2′B n2  Experimental locomotive, Erfurt variant  
55  1891–1892  2′B n2  Standard type based on M III1c, copy of the Erfurt experimental locomotive  
36 7001 – 7009  424  1893–1901  2′B n2  Standard type based on M III1d  
1  1898  2′B h2  Superheated experimental locomotive with fire tube superheater  
P 4^{2}  1901–2000  2  1891  2′B n2v  Experimental locomotive, Erfurt variant  
36 002 – 438  707  1898–1910  2′B n2v  Standard type based on M III1c  
36 001  (5)  (1907)  2′B n2v  P 4^{1} rebuilt to compound operation, based on M IIIc  
P 6  2101–2300  37 001 – 160  272  1901–1910  1′C h2  Standard type based on M XIV1; 37 161  163 identical engines of the former Royal Military Railway 
P 7  2301–2400  18  1899–1902  2′C n4v  Grafenstaden variant  
P 8  2401–2800  38 1001 – 1572, 38 1576 – 1749, 38 1752 – 1790, 38 1793 – 2022, 38 2024 – 2025, 38 2027 – 2118, 38 2120 – 3389, 38 3395 – 3673, 38 3677 – 3792, 38 3951 – 4000 
3498  1906–1923  2′C h2  Standard type based on M XIV1a 
(P 10)  (from 2801)  39 001– 260  260  1922–1925  1′D1′ h3 
Goods train locomotives
Class  Number range  DRG number(s)  Quantity  Year(s) Built  Type  Remarks 

G 1  3001–3050  49  1887–1897  B n2  Standard type based on M III3g  
G 2  3051–3100  45  1888–1901  B1 n2  Standard type based on M III3b; 24 units classified as P 2, 2 units classified as P 3  
G 3  3101–3600  53 7001 – 7157  2219  1877–1901  C n2  Standard type based on M III3 (old M 13 and M 14); loco with 10 kp/cm² boiler pressure should be classified as G 3, with 12 kp/cm² as G 4^{1} 
G 4^{1}  3601–3800  53 7601 – 7617  
G 4^{2}  3801–3900  53 001 – 024  774  1882–1903  C n2v  Standard type based on M III3a, compounded variant of the G 3 
G 4^{3}  3901–4000  53 301 – 327  63  1903–1907  C n2v  Standard type based on M III3o, Union variant 
G 5^{1}  4001–4400  54 001 – 071  268  1892–1902  1′C n2  Standard type based on M III3c, with Allan valve gear and Adams axle. 
G 5^{2}  4001–4400  54 201 – 323, 54 325 – 342, 54 345 – 352, 54 354 – 367 
499  1896–1901  1′C n2v  Standard type based on M III3h, compounded variant of the G 5^{1} 
G 5^{3}  4001–4400  54 601 – 671  206  1903–1906  1′C n2  Standard type based on M III3l, twocylinder variant of the G 5^{4} 
G 5^{4}  4001–4400  54 801 – 981, 54 985 – 1079, 54 1083 – 1084 
753  1901–1910  1′C n2v 1′C h2v 
Standard type based on M III3k, with Walschaerts valve gear and KraussHelmholtz bogie 
G 5^{5}  4001–4400  54 1080 – 1082, 54 1085 – 1092 
20  1910  1′C n2v  Standard type based on M III3n; like the G 5^{4}, but with Adams axle 
G 7^{1}  4401–4600  55 001 – 660  1205  1893–1917  D n2  Standard type based on M III3d 
G 7^{2}  4601–4800  55 702 – 55 1392  1646  1895–1911  D n2v  Standard type based on M III3i, compounded variant of the G7^{1} 
G 7^{3}  4601–4800  55 701, 56 001 – 005 
85  1893–1917  1′D n2v  Standard type based on M III3e 
G 8  4801–5000  55 1601 – 2256  1054  1902–1913  D h2  Standard type based on M XIV3 
G 8^{1}  4801–5000, 5151–5400 
55 2501 – 2945, 55 2947 – 3337, 55 3341 – 3366, 55 3368 – 4274, 55 4280 – 4284, 55 4286 – 5622 
4958  1913–1921  D h2  Standard type based on M XIV3b 
G 8^{2}  56 2001 – 2275, 56 2281 – 2485, 56 2551 – 2916 
846  1919–1928  1′D h2  
G 8^{3}  56 101 – 185  85  1919–1920  1′D h3  
G 9 (Mallet)  5001–5150  27  1893–1898  B′B n4v  Standard type based on M III3f, articulated Mallet locomotive  
G 9  5001–5150  55 2301 – 2433  200  1908–1911  D n2  Standard type based on M III3m, 36 units, rebuilt in 1923/24 into D h2 
G 10  5401–5550  57 1001 – 1123, 57 1125 – 2725, 57 2892 – 3101 
2615  1910–1924  E h2  Standard type based on XIV3a 
G 12 (CFOA)  5551–5555  58 1001  5  1917  1′E h3  6 units, ordered by the CFOA (Chemin de Fer Ottomane Anatole), 5 units taken over by Prussia 
G 12  from 5551  58 1002 – 2143  1168  1917–1922  1′E h3  Standard type based on M XIV3d, 10 units, sold to Baden in 1920 
G 12^{1}  from 5551  58 001 – 015  21  1915–1917  1'E h3  Standard type based on M XIV3c 
Tank locomotives
Class  Number range  DRG number(s)  Quantity  Year(s) Built  Type  Remarks 

T 0  6001–6040  10  1880, 1883  1A n2t 1A n2vt 
Various types  
T 1  6001–6040  (98 7021)  76  1882–1886  B n2(v)t  Various types 
T 2  6041–6100  (88 7001, 7002, 7601)  67  1884–1889  B n2t  Standard type 
T 2 / T 4  6041–6100  70  1881–1882  1B n2t  1st Berlin type  
T 2^{1}  6041–6100  18  1884  B1 n2t  
T 2 / T 3 / T 4  6041–6100  5  1895, 1902  B1 n2t  Standard type  
T 3  6100–6400  89 7001 – 7511  1804  1881–1910  C n2t  
T 4  6401–6600  (70 7001)  14  1884–1888  1B n2t  Magdeberg variant 
T 4  6401–6600  24  1885–1890  1′B n2t  Hanover variant  
T 4  6401–6600  (69 7001 – 7002 70 7002 – 7004 70 7015 – 7016) 
78  1888–1893  1B n2t  2nd Berlin type 
T 4^{1}  6401–6600  (70 7005 – 7014, 70 7017 – 7033; 70 7036 – 7037) 
177  1890–1898  1B n2t  Standard type T 4 
T 4^{2}  6401–6600  (69 7003)  63  1889–1897  B1 n2t  
T 4^{3}  6401–6600  (70 7034, 7035)  3  1898  1′B n2t  
T 5^{1}  6601–6700  71 001 – 026  309  1895–1905  1′B1′ n2t  
T 5^{2}  6601–6700  72 001 – 002  36  1899–1900  2′B n2t, 2′B h2t 

T 6  6701–6800  12  1902  1′C1′ n3t, 1′C1′ n2t 

T 7  6801–7000  89 7801 – 7869  374  1876–1900  C n2  
T 8  7001–7050  89 001 – 078  100  1906–1909  C h2t  
T 9 Elberfeld  7051–7400  90 116 (90 351 – 363) 
37  1891–1900  C1′ n2t  
T 9 Langenschwalbach  7051–7400  90 232, 233  19  1892–1895  C1′ n2t  
T 9^{1}  7051–7400  90 001 – 021, 90 024 – 115, 90 117 – 122, 90 125 – 231 
425  1893–1909  C1′ n2t  Several locos wrongly classified as 91.0–1 (T 9.2) and 91.3 (T 9.3) 
T 9^{2}  7051–7400  91 001 – 087, 91 090 – 108, 91 115 
235  1892–1901  1′C n2t  Several locos wrongly classified as 90.0–2 (T 9.1) 
T 9^{3}  7051–7400  91 303 – 1805  2060  1902–1922  1′C n2t  
T 10  7401–7500  76 001 – 011  12  1909  2′C h2t  
T 11  7501–7700  74 001 – 358  470  1903–1910  1′C n2t, 1′C h2t 

T 12  7701–7900 Berlin 8201–8500 Berlin 8701–8754 
74 401 – 543, 74 545 – 1310 
974  1902–1916  1′C h2t  
T 13 Hagans  7901–8000  (92 501 – 505)  29  1899–1902  D n2t  
T 13  7901–8000  92 501 – 584, 92 589 – 605, 92 608 – 731, 92 739 – 909, 92 914 – 954, 92 1001 – 1072 
585  1899–1922  D n2t  
(T 13^{1})  7901–8000  92 405 – 413  9  1921, 1922  D h2t  
T 14 (Experimental)  Berlin 8501  1  1913  1′D1′ h2t  
T 14  8501–8700  93 001 – 417  547  1913–1918  1′D1′ h2t, 1′D1′ h3t 

T 14^{1}  8501–8700 Berlin 8901–9105 
93 501 – 794, 93 815 – 831, 93 851 – 1017 
729  1918–1924  1′D1′ h2t  93 1018 – 1261 procured by the DRG 
T 15  8001–8100  (94 7001 – 7022)  93  1897–1905  E n2t  
T 16 (Experimental)  Erfurt 1980  1  1904  2′C2′ h4vt  Experimental locomotive  
T 16  8101–8200  94 201 – 464, 94 468 – 490 94 501 
343  1905–1913  E h2t  
T 16^{1}  8101–8200 Essen 8201–8400 Essen 8601–8809 
94 502 – 1377, 94 1501 – 1584 
1236  1913–1924  E h2t  94 1585 – 1740 procured by the DRG 
T 18  8401–8500 Essen 8901–8960 
78 001 – 092, 78 094 – 145, 78 166 – 282, 78 351 – 401 
460  1912–1927  2′C2′ h2t  78 402 – 528 procured by the DRG 
(T 20)  (9201–9300)  95 001 – 045  45  1922–1924  1′E1′ h2t  Delivery ran into the DRG era 
T 26  9001–9050  97 001 – 030  35  1902–1920  C1′ n2(4)zt  Rack railway locomotive 
T 28  Erfurt 9101  97 401  1  1922  1′D1′ h2(4v)zt  Rack railway locomotive 
Narrow gauge locomotives
Class  Number range  DRG number(s)  Quantity  Year(s) Built  Type  Remarks 

Metre gauge  
T 31  Erfurt 1–4  4  1879–1893  C n2t  Acquired with the Felda Railway  
Erfurt 5, 7–8  (99 7101)  3  1887  C n2t  Acquired with the HildburghausenHeldburgLindenau Railway  
T 31^{1}  Erfurt 6  99 7102  2  1875–1899  C n2t  Acquired with the EisfeldUnterneubrunn Railway 
T 32  Erfurt 41  1  1897  C n2t  Acquired with the EisfeldUnterneubrunn Railway; also classified as the T 29 and T 30  
T 33  Erfurt 51–63  99 031 – 032, 99 041 – 045, 99 051 – 052, 99 061 – 063 
13  1908–1914  C n2t  Also classified as T 30 
T 34  Erfurt 71  1  1899  C1′ n2t  Also classified as T 28 and T 29  
T 35  Erfurt 81  (99 141)  1  1902  D n2t  Also classified as T 30, T 31 und T 32 
(T 40)  Erfurt 91–93  99 181 – 183  3  1923  E h2t  Procurement and delivery by the DRG 
785 mm (2 ft 6 ^{29}⁄_{32} in)  
T 31  Kattowitz 1–9  9  1877–1880  C n2t  Acquired with the Upper Silesian Narrow Gauge Railway  
T 31^{1}  Kattowitz 10–36  (99 7401 – 7404, 99 7411 – 7413) 
27  1884–1899  C n2t  Acquired with the Upper Silesian Narrow Gauge Railway 
T 36  Kattowitz 101–104  4  1897–1901  CB′ n2t  
T 37  Kattowitz 111–130  99 401 – 408  20  1902–1912  D n2t  
T 38  Kattowitz 211–237  99 411 – 420  27  1914–1919  D h2t  
T 39  Oppeln 251–257  99 431 – 435  7 (+6)  1919–1926  E h2t  99 441 – 446 DRG copies 
Electric locomotives
Class/No(s).  DRG number(s)  Quantity  Year(s) Built  Type  Remarks 

ES 1 to ES 3  E 00 02  3  1911  2′B1′  
ES 4  1  1912  1′D1′  
ES 5  1  1913  1′C1′  
ES 6  1  1914  1′C1′  
ES 9 to ES 19  E 01 09 – E 01 19  11  1914–1922  1′C1′  
(ES 51 to ES 57)  E 06 01 – E 06 07  7  1924–1926  2′C2′  Procured by the DRG 
EP 201  1  1912  1′D1′  Originally classified as EG 501  
EP 202 to EP 208  E 30 02 – E 30 08  7  1915  1′C1′  
EP 209/210 and EP 211/212  E 49 00  2  1922  2′B+B1′  
(EP 213 and EP 214)  E 42 13, E 42 14  2  1924  B′B′  Procured by the DRG 
(EP 215 to EP 219)  E 42 15 – E 42 19  5  1924–1925  B′B′  Procured by the DRG 
EP 235  E 50 35  1  1917  2′D1′  
EP 236 to 246  E 50 36 – E 50 46  11  1923–1924  2′D1′  
EP 247 to 252  E 50 47 – E 50 52  6  1923–1924  2′D1′  
EG 502 to EG 505  E 70 02 – E 70 05  4  1911  D  
EG 506  E 70 06  1  1911  D  
EG 507 and EG 508  E 70 07, E 70 08  2  1913  D  
EG 509/510  1  1911  1′B + B1′  
EG 511 to EG 537  E 71 11 – E 71 37  27  1914–1922  B′B′  
EG 538abc to EG 549abc  E 91 38 – E 91 49  12  1915  B+B+B  
EG 551/552 to EG 569/570  E 90 51 – E 90 60  10  1919–1923  C+C  
EG 571ab to EG 579ab  E 92 71 – E 92 79  9  1923–1925  Co+Co  
(EG 581 to EG 594)  E 91 81 – E 91 94  14  1925–1926  C′C′  Ordered by the DRG 
(EG 701 to EG 725)  E 77 51 – E 77 75  25  1924–1926  (1B)(B1)  Ordered by the DRG 
EV 1/2  E 73 03  1  1911  Bo+Bo  
EV 3/4  1  1913  Bo+Bo  
EV 5^{I}  1  1910  A1A  
EV 5^{II}  E 73 05  1  1923  Bo′Bo′  
EV 6  E 73 06  1  1926  Bo′Bo′  Ordered by the DRG 
EB 1 to EB 3  3  1914  B 
Railbuses
Class/No(s).  DRG number(s)  Quantity  Year(s) Built  Type  Remarks 

Steam Railcars  
DT 1  1  1903  A1 nt2  
DT 2  2  1905  (1A)1 n2v  
DT 3  3  1905  A1 n2v  
Electric Railcars  
2051 and 2052  1903  (A1A) 3′  
501 Berlin to 532 Berlin  1903–1912  Bo′2′  Berlin City Railway [1]  
551/552 Altona to 669/670 Altona  1501 a/b – 1560 a/b  1905–1907  Bo′1 + 1(1A) and Bo′1 + 1 2′  HamburgAltona City and Suburban Railway  
671/672 Altona to 719/720 Altona  1561 a/b – 1575 a/b  1909  Bo′1 + 1 2′  HamburgAltona City and Suburb Railway  
721/722 Altona to 829/830 Altona  1576 a/b – 1588 a/b  1910–1913  Bo′1 + 1 2′  HamburgAltona City and Suburban Railway  
501 Breslau to 506 Breslau  ET 87 01 – ET 87 05  1914, 1915  2′ 1 + B′1 + 1 2′  
507 Breslau to 510 Breslau  ET 88 01 – ET 88 04  1923  (A1)(1A)  
(Experimental Berlin A to F)  3001 Berlin – 3022e Berlin, 6001 Berlin – 6030 Berlin 
1920  Bo′2′+2+2+2+2′Bo', Bo′2′2′2′2′Bo′ 
Experimental trains for the Berlin SBahn, ordered by the DRG  
Battery Railcars  
A 1  201 – 205  1907  A 1 A  Old class AT 1/06  
AT 2  1907  (1A)Bo′, Bo′Bo′ 

AT 2  223/224 – 233/234, 241/242 – 353/354 
1908–1911  1A+A1, 2A+A2 
Wittfeld type, old class AT 3/11 and AT 3/06  
A 3  355/356 – 489/490  1910–1912  2A+A2  Wittfeld type, old class AT 3/09 and AT 3/11  
A 4  491/492 – 531/532, 537/538 – 545/546, 555/556 – 563/564, 579/580 
1913  2A+A2  Wittfeld type, old class AT 3/13  
A 5  533/534 + 535/536  1913, 1914  3+Bo+3  Wittfeld type, old class AT 3/12  
A 6  547/548 – 553/554, 565/566 – 567/568 
1913, 1914  3+Bo+3  
AT 569  578  1916  1A+1A+A1  
Internal Combustion Railcars  
Experimental Railbus VT30  1907  (1A)(A1)  
VT 1 to VT 20  1909  2′Bo′  
VT 101 to VT 103  1914  3′B′  
See also
References
 Valtin, Wolfgang (1992). Deutsches LokArchiv, Verzeichnis aller Lokomotiven und Triebwagen (in German). Bd 13. Berlin: transpress. ISBN 3344707396.
 Wagner, Andreas; Bäzold, Dieter; Zschech, Rainer; Lüderitz, Ralph (1991) [1990]. LokomotivArchiv Preußen (in German). Bd 14. Berlin: transpress. ISBN 3344004700.