After active service the engine was stored by the railway museum in Warsaw before being transferred to the small railroad museum.
|Weight full||12 ton|
|Weight empty||10 ton|
|Cilinders||2: 240x240 mm|
|Fuel capacity||coal: 0,7 ton|
|Water capacity||1 m3|
|Remarks||Developed for the Heeresfeldbahn, the German organisation for railroads in the fields during WW1. From the 1920s the engines were used in many other places.|
|1918||Build for||Heeresfeldbahn||Brigadelok||/ HF 2092|
|1920||Sold to||Cukrowina Klemensow||HF||/ 2|
|1974||Take over by||Museum of Railway Machinery||HF||/ 2|
|1989||Take over by||Muzeum Kolejki Wąskotorowej||HF||/ 2|
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