In 1940 the engine was build with a streamlined design. After the second world war this was removed. In 1954 the boiler was replaced by a high-performance boiler. In 1957 oil-heating was added. The engine was at service from Rheine, at the south end of the famous Emslandstrecke. At may 31st 1975 this engine ran his last regular train. The UEF purchased the engine as replacement for one of their other passenger-engines. Till 1977 the engine was at service at several occasions. Between 1982 and 1984 a mayor overhaul was done. In december 1996 the locomotive was invloved in an accident and was damaged badly. The engine was restored again at Meiningen. Since that moment it is the pride of the UEF!
|Diameter driving wheels||2000 mm|
|Overheated area||96 m2|
|Grate area||4 m2|
|Cilinders||3: 500x660 mm|
|Fuel capacity||coal: 10 ton|
|Water capacity||38 m3|
|Remarks||Within the standardisaton program of the German Reichsbahn, the series 01.10 were designed as the express train engines. They were very powerfull with a top speed of 150 km/h.|
|1940||Build for||Deutsche Reichsbahn Gesellschaft||110||/ 01 1066|
|1949||Take over by||Deutsche Bundesbahn||110||/ 01 1066|
|1969||Renumbered by||Deutsche Bundesbahn||110||/ 012 066-?|
|1975||Sold to||Ulmer Eisenbahnfreunde e.V.||110||/ 01 1066|
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