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Bauart 1923

Coaches Bauart 1923
A4-23
AB4-23
AB4-23a
AB4-23b
C4-23
Pw4-23

Coaches Bauart 1923


Coaches of type Bauart 1923 has almost similar characteristics and features as coaches of Bauart 1922.

A4-23


To carry passengers to and from the ferries of Hapag and Lloyd, the DRG ordered 6 first class coaches by Wumag. The coaches were accommodated at the directors of Altona and Hannover. The maintenance stations of these coaches were Cuxhaven and Bremen Hbf. The coaches were 19.310 mm long and 20.610 mm long, buffers included. The coaches had 7 compartments, each 2100 mm long. First there was a total of 42 seats and later there were 48 seats available in the coaches. The coaches had a weight of 42,4 ton. The coaches were equiped with bogies of the American type.


Nummer
(na 1930):
Manufacturer:
Fahrzeug-
programm:
Delivered in:
11 001-006 Wumag 1923 1925

AB4-23


After delivering 7 test coaches AB4ü-23b in 1923, they made 31 coaches of type AB4ü-23. This coach was first and second class and had 12 seats in the first class and 33 seats in the second class. The coaches had a weight of 43 ton and were equiped with bogies of the American type. The coaches 11 211 and 11 209 got in 1931 and 1933 a telephone installation. These installation was installed within the framework of tests of the DRG to examine the use of telephones in trains. The installation was accommodated in the half first class compartment, so the number of seats first class were reduced to 8 seats. The coaches AB4ü-23 were set aside in 1965. Coach 11 250 got in 1928 bogies of type "Görlitz IIs", this coach was set aside in 1933.


Nummer
(na 1930):
Manufacturer:
Fahrzeug-
programm:
Delivered in:
11 208-212 van der Zypen & Charlier GmbH 1923 1924
11 232-236 Waggonfabrik Gebr Gastell GmbH 1923 1924/5
11 237-242 Wegmann 1923 1924
11 243-244 Credé 1923 1925
11 250-252 Waggonfabrik Gebr Gastell GmbH 1923 1925
11 278-287 van der Zypen & Charlier GmbH 1923 1924

AB4-23a


The coaches AB4ü-23a were the second series first/second class express train coaches after the test coaches AB4ü-23b made in Fahrzeugprogramm 1923. The coaches AB4ü-23a distinguished from the coaches AB4ü-23 by a changed ventilation system. Also coaches 11 253, 11 256 and 11 257 had bogies of type "Görlitz I". In 1927 coach 11 254 was used for tests with train telephone.


Nummer
(na 1930):
Manufacturer:
Fahrzeug-
programm:
Delivered in:
11 213-217 Düsseldorfer Eisenbahnbedarf AG 1923 1924/5
11 218-222 H. Fuchs Waggonfabrik AG 1923 1924
11 223-227 Linke-Hofmann-Lauchhammer 1923 1924
11 228-231 Waggonfabrik GmbH Wismar 1923 1924
11 245-249 Düsseldorfer Eisenbahnbedarf AG 1923 1925
11 253-257 Wumag 1923 1924/5
11 258-267 Linke-Hofmann-Lauchhammer 1923 1924
11 268-272 Waggonfabrik GmbH Wismar 1923 1925
11 273-277 Wegmann 1923 1924
11 288-290 Sächsische Waggonfabrik AG 1923 1924/5
11 291-296 Waggonfabrik Busch, Bautzen 1923 1925
11 297-302 Sächsische Waggonfabrik AG 1923 1925

AB4-23b


The 7 coaches AB4ü-23b were delivered as test coaches for the series AB4ü-23 and AB4ü-23a. The AB4ü-23b got two compartments first class and 5 1/2 compartments second class. The 43 ton weighing coaches had a length of 19.310 mm and 20.610 mm with the buffers included. Coach 11 206 was equiped with bogies "Görlitz I".


Nummer
(na 1930):
Manufacturer:
Fahrzeug-
programm:
Delivered in:
11 201-207 Wumag 1923 1923

C4-23


To develop the construction of the third class coaches further, the DRG ordered a new series of third class coaches. These coaches had ventilators located in the corridors, and the compartments had wider folding tables. The coaches had 9 1/2 compartments with a total of 76 seats. The coaches had a weight of 41 ton and were equiped with bogies of the American type. In 1938 the coaches 16 083 and 16 085-088 got a kitchen.


Nummer
(na 1930):
Manufacturer:
Fahrzeug-
programm:
Delivered in:
16 079-083 van der Zypen & Charlier Gmb 1922 1923
16 084-088 H. Fuchs Waggonfabrik AG 1923 1924
16 089-091 Sächsische Waggonfabrik AG 1923 1923

Pw4-23


The coaches Pw4ü-23 were the first luggage coaches in the standard design coaches development program. That is why this series of 10 coaches was a experimental series. Because there was no need for more room, the luggage coaches were shorter than the passenger coaches, namely 17.540 mm long and 18.840 mm long with the buffers included. The coaches got a service compartment, a 11.395 mm long cargo deck, two dog kennels and two entrance compartments. The coaches had at one side a dome where they could overlook the whole train. The coaches had a weight of 33,1 ton and were equiped with bogies of type "Prussian Regeldrehgestell". Coach 105 103 was exhibited in 1924 on the "Eisenbahntechnischen Ausstellung" in Seddin. Coach 105 108 got later bogies of type "Görlitz IIs".


Nummer
(na 1930):
Manufacturer:
Fahrzeug-
programm:
Delivered in:
105 101-110 Wumag 1923 1923