This engine was ordered during the war at companies in occupied countries. This particular engine was one of a batch of 50, ordered at the Energie-factory in Belgium. It was not finished during the war, but afterwards and than sold to a cokes factory. Today it can be equiped with a tender to provide more energy for longer services.
|Weight full||62 ton|
|Remarks||Series developed to serve during war time. KDL is a German abbreviation for Kriegs Dampf Lokomotive (War Steam Engine).|
|1952||Sold to||Fours à Coke de Zeebrugge||KDL 7||/ 507|
|1970||Sold to||Private owner||KDL 7||/ 507|
|2004||Sold to||Association des musées et tourisme ferroviaire||KDL 7||Energie/ 507|
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