NZR B class
NZR AB class
The NZR AB class was a class of 4-6-2 Pacific tender steam locomotive that operated on New Zealand`s national railway system. Originally an improvement on the 1906 A class, 141 were built between 1915 and 1927 by NZR`s Addington Workshops, A & G Price Limited of Thames, New Zealand, and North Briti...
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NZR B class
 The B class of 1899 was a class of steam locomotives that operated on New Zealand`s national rail network. An earlier B class of Double Fairlies had entered service in 1874, but as they had departed from the ownership of the New Zealand Railways (NZR) by the end of 1896, the B classif...
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NZR B class
 The NZR B class of 1874 was the first of two steam locomotive classes to be designated as B by the Railways Department that then oversaw New Zealand`s national rail network (the second B class was introduced in 1899). Ordered from the Avonside Engine Company in 1874, the locomotives w...
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NZR BA class
The BA class was a class of steam locomotive built by the New Zealand Railways Department (NZR) for use on New Zealand`s national rail network. The first BA entered service in November 1911, with the last of the 11 class members introduced on 14 May 1913. ==Construction and later enhancements== In ...
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NZR Ba class
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NZR BB class
The BB class of steam locomotives comprised 30 engines operated by New Zealand Railways in the North Island of New Zealand. Similar in design and appearance to the preceding B and BA classes, the first BB class locomotive entered service in February 1915, with the last to commence operations doing ...
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NZR BC class
The BC class comprised a single steam locomotive that operated on New Zealand`s national rail network. Built for the Wellington and Manawatu Railway (WMR) and classified simply as No. 17, it passed into the ownership of the New Zealand Railways Department (NZR) when the government purchased the WMR...
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NZR DB class
The New Zealand DB class locomotive is a type of diesel-electric locomotive built for service on New Zealand`s rail network. They were built by General Motors Diesel (GMD) of Canada as a narrow-gauge version of the EMD G8 model, with seventeen locomotives constructed. Ten of these were later rebuil...
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NZR EB class
The EB class was a class of five battery electric (later diesel-electric) locomotives built to perform shunting duties at the workshops of New Zealand`s national rail network. The first was built in 1925 and began its working life in Frankton, though four years later, it was transferred to Christch...
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NZR JB class
The NZR JB class steam locomotives were all originally members of the J class of 1939. Built by North British Locomotive Works, Scotland, they all initially burned coal and wore distinctive bullet-like streamlining. == Conversion to oil burning == After World War II the railways suffered problemati...
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NZR KB class
The NZR KB class of 1939 was a class of mixed traffic steam locomotives that operated on New Zealand`s railway network. They were built by the New Zealand Railways Department (NZR) after the success of the K class to meet the increasing traffic demands on the Midland Line in the South Island. The l...
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NZR Kb class
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NZR OB class
The OB class was the first class of steam locomotives constructed by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the Wellington and Manawatu Railway (WMR) in New Zealand. The class consisted of two locomotives ordered in 1888, and they entered service in September of that year as WMR No.`s 11 and 12. When the...
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NZR WAB class
The WAB class locomotives were steam locomotives designed, built and used by New Zealand Railways Department. Their wheel arrangement is described by the Whyte notation 4-6-4T. The locomotives were designed by NZR chief draughtsman S.H. Jenkinson as tank versions of the AB class 4-6-2 Pacific locom...
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NZR Wab class
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NZR WB class
The NZR WB class was a class of tank locomotives that operated in New Zealand. Built in 1898 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, the twelve members of the class entered service during the first five months of 1899. Eight were withdrawn by the end of 1935, while four others survived with new boilers un...
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