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CK100 class

CK100 class
CK102 Chayi depot Nov. 1977
CK100 class is the locomotive that improved CK50 class. From 1916 to 1919, the Kisha-Seiko in Japan was built in 8 cars of this class. And using to the 1970's. At the last of 1990's, in Taiwan was exercise of steam locomotive revival movement. CK101 was chosen to the locomotive that TRA revives first, and it was reborn in 1998.

Data of CK100 class
Whell arrengment 2-6-2 Loco. Weight in Working Order(t) 48.99
Heating Surface(m2) 84.40 Weight on Driving Wheels(t) 41.35
Cylinder Dimensions(mm) 406X559 Boiler Pressure(kg/cm2) 13.00
Loading Capacity of Coal(t) 1.7 Loading Capacity of Water(m3) 6.82
Grate Area(m2) 1.21 Driving wheel diameter(mm) 1,245
Length(mm) 11,405 Hight(mm) 3,658
Width(mm) 2,616    

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