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P8_Locomotive_1:285

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In total 3,561 P8 locomotives, were built for German states in 1906–1923, including 60 or 65 for occupation World War I service in Warsaw and Brussels. Of these, 627 had to be transferred to the victorious powers as reparations after the end of the First World War: Poland received 192 (reclassified as the Ok1), Belgium 168 (type 64), France 162, Italy 25 (gruppo 675), Romania 18, Lithuania 11 and Greece 10 locomotives as SEK class Ζδ (ZETA-delta). 41 locomotives were ceded to Saar railways.[1] Up to 1923, the newly founded Deutsche Reichsbahn replenished the fleet of P 8 locos with new machines, and possessed 2933 machines in total, numbered 38 1001 to 3832 and 38 3951 to 4051. In addition to 3561 produced for the German railways, 65 new locomotives were produced for Poland in 1922–1923 (as the Ok1) and 95 for Romania in 1921–1930.[1] Further 226 locomotives were licence-manufactured in Romania in 1932-1939.[2] A total of 3948 P 8 locomotives were built (including the inter-war copies in Romania), which makes it the most numerous passenger train locomotive ever to be built in the world.
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