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E 19


E 19 02 as 119 002 in Bamberg, April 1977 | Photo: Christian Splittgerber
E 19 02 as 119 002 in Bamberg, April 1977 | Photo: Christian Splittgerber
After the war the locomotives E 19 01 and the E 19 02 were going to the DB. Their wine red coloring was changed in a green black coloring. The top speed was 140 km/h. At the end of the fifties all locomotives got the new blue/black livery like all electric locomotives of the DB that time. The locomotives got in the sixties the indication 119, the E 19 01 and 02 got the numbers 119 001 and 119 002 and the E 19 11 and 12 got the numbers 119 011 and 012.

The E 19 01 is later restored to it's original state and stays nowadays in the traffic museum of Berlin. The locomotives E 19 11 and E 19 12 were also going to the DB and were permitted for speeds of 140 km/h. The E 19 12 got the blue/black colouring and the E 19 11 the green/black colouring. The locomotives had service in passengers trains on the line München-Nürnberg and in the Frankenwald. The E 19 12 is restored to it's original state and stays nowadays in the traffic museum of Nürnberg.

E 19 locomotive in the traffic museum in Nürnberg besides a steam locomotive BR 05
E 19 locomotive in the traffic museum in Nürnberg besides a steam locomotive BR 05
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Axle layout 1'Do1'
In service: 1939-1940
Diameter driving wheels: 160 cm
Diameter carrying wheels (front/rear): 100 cm/100 cm,
de 191 110 cm/110 cm
Length: 16,92 m
Top speed: 130 km/h
Power: 4000 kW bij 180,0 km/h,
de 191 4080 bij 180,0 km/h
Torque: 220 kN,
de 191 208 kN
Tension: 15 kV ~/16 2/3 Hz
Weight: 113,0 t,
de 191 110,7 t