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BK10 class

BK10 Class
Sep. 2019 National ChengKung University(Tainan)
The BK10 is the same class of Japan National Railway's 500 or 600 class. From 1901 to 1908, by the Nasmyth Wilson, Robert Stepnson, North British (Britain) and Kisha-Seizo (Japan) was built 20 cars of this class. This class was built by 4 companies, there are a little difference. However, this group was summarized to one class name. The First built steam locomotive in Kisha-Seizo is this class. However, the #1 locomotive of Kisha-Seizo did not arrive at Taiwan with a marine disaster. Now the BK24 (built by Kisha) is preserved in the National ChengKung Univ.

Data of BK10 class(1929)
Whell arrengment 2-4-2 Loco. Weight in Working Order(t) 35.00-36.76
Heating Surface(m2) 66.44-67.26 Weight on Driving Wheels(t) 19.10-20.68
Cylinder Dimensions(mm) 356X508 Boiler Pressure(kg/cm2) 10.00-10.60
Loading Capacity of Coal(t) 0.95-1.13 Loading Capacity of Water(m3) 4.55
Grate Area(m2) 1.11 Width(mm) 2,286-2,388
Length(mm) 9,366-9,587 Hight(mm) 3,609-3,658

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