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Slovenian (SZ) class 17 steam locomotive. It was designed as MÁV class
342 to haul commuter trains around Budapest. A large number of the class, like
this example too, was built in Germany by Henschel in Kassel. It is probably
one of two prototypes which were built in 1915 with conventional boiler.
Picture taken during the big locomotive show for the 150th anniversary of the Hungarian railways on 13-14 July 1996 in Budapest.
Photo by Janos Ero <Janos.Ero@cern.ch>
Muzejski Vlaki v Ljubljani (1985) "17-006" (ex JŽ) Zdaj SŽ!!
Arhiv: Miro Marolt
Jugoslavia – 2-6-2T 17.013 is seen leaving with a local train as the eastbound Orient
Express passes Sevnica, Slovenia. 7 August 1969
Photo and scan Roger Griffiths; firstname.lastname@example.org
Slovenian Railway Museum|
Also steam locomotive SZ 17-006 seems to be in working order. All parts were nicely greased and it was receiving maintenance.
Digital photo by Marco van Uden
Dampflokomotive 17-086 der ehemaligen Jugoslawischen Staatsbahn JZ im Bahnhof Ljubljana - April 1988|
Steam locomotive 17-086 of the former yugoslavian national railway JZ at Ljubljana station - April 1988
Photo by Christian Immler email@example.com