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JZ 29-010 was built in 1922 for SHS, the Railways of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (1918-1929).
Digital photo by Marco van Uden
Railway museum Ljubljana
An 1'E steam locomotive rusting away outside the railway museum of Ljubljana, numbered 29 010. It still shows signs of its former glory, with details such as the typical Gölsdorf door on the front of the boiler.
Photo: tobias b köhler
JZ 29-010 (left) and JZ 153-006 (right)
JZ 29-010 was built in 1922 at Wiener Neustadt for driving (direct) passenger trains from Maribor to Postojna (Slovenia). There were 32 engines used in Slovenia. This one was restaurated in 1977.
JZ 153-006 was built in 1900 at Krauss factory in Linz. They were used for small trains on local railroads. This one was last used in iron factory at Store in 1973. There are 3 examples of this type in Slovenia.
Picture was taken in 1988 at Ljubljana railway station.
Photo and scan Goran Brumen (Goran.Brumen@net.zaslon.si)