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THE BERLINERWERKE APOCRYPHA

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(Lighten up - they're spoofs!)

[See also the HO (1:87.1) Berlinerwerke saga or the Z (1:220) Berlinerwerke-Z saga
    and Berlinerwerke Guest Apocrypha (for taller tales?):
    NORTHEAST CORRIDOR FREIGHT ENGINES.
    LEWELLEN NORTHERN GARRATTS.
    CSXT AC100CBW and NSC CB100W-10 10,000 horsepower locos!
    Also, see the fabled BW DDP45 and other EMD engines EMD may never have dreamed of!]

Insanity doesn't run in my family, it just sort of dawdles along.


Because the BW Apocrypha, RSR Apocrypha, and Guest Apocrypha indices exceeded the capacity of the individual pages and the main Apocrypha index, they are now presented in full on separate pages; the Berlinerwerke Apocrypha Index (including the Guest Apocrypha Index), above, and the RSR Apocrypha Index.


RUHNIAN STATE RAILWAYS
APOCRYPHA

Continued from Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page

Because the Ruhnian State Railways (RSR) had so much interaction with the Berlinerwerke, and especially with the BW's George and Ira Ersatz and their sons, George, Jr., and Ira, Jr., I decided to place any new BW-Apocrypha coverage of RSR loks on separate pages.

The RSR, and its cooperative competitor, the Kroplihne Railway (RK), under the successive directorship of Chief Engineers Giorg Maznicek (1839-57), Marek Luršimonš (1857-91), Karel Belčamin (1891-1919), Bela Šahlmeti (1919-29), Frihdrik Tešlov (1929-50 - in exile 39-45), Mikhail Rodnivacek (1950-62), Jochann Ketterik (1962-85), and Artur Gorote (1985-present), has presented to the astonished world some incredible examples of unique and pioneering locomotive design.

Thanks to the generosity of Norman Clubb, proprietor, we are able to show here some of the additional unbelievable adaptations of RSR lok types as developed jointly with the Berlinerwerke.


Because the Apocrypha and Guest Apocrypha indices exceeded the capacity of the individual pages, they are now presented in full on a separate Berlinerwerke Apocrypha Index (including the Guest Apocrypha Index).


INDEX

The main Berlinerwerke Apocrypha Page.

 Earlier occurrences of joint RSR-BW efforts:

  Ruhnian State Railways's 665A-001.
  Ruhnian State Railways - con't'd.
  Rhunian State Rwys 465B Push-Pull.
  Rhunian State Rwys 465C V8.
  Rhunian State Rwys 465W Wankel.
  RSR 465H Heisler Beyer-Garratt.
  RSR 46.5 Heisler.
  RSR 164B 6-Cyl. Compound Beyer-Garratt Express Passenger Loco.
  RSR 815A 10-Cyl. Compound Beyer-Garratt Express Passenger Loco.
  RSR and PRR Meyer 0-4-4-0Ts.
  RSR T900-10r Super Tanker.
  RSR DD2 Banker
  RSR Dual-Service DD3 Banker
  RSR ABCDEF Super-Banker

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 1:
  RSR 863 Boosted-Tender Series.
  RSR RU94-15 Articulated 2-Unit Diner-Lounge.
  RSR/BW 323-2I Inspection Car.
  RSR/BW 523E2 2-10-6-10-2.
  RSR/BW 533F 4-10-6T.
  RSR/BW 675A 4-6-6-4.
  1st RSR Loco Found!  E24A 4-2-0 #1.
  RSR/BW 756A Garratt.
  RSR/BW 865A 4-8-8-8.
  RSR/BW C9x 1-1-1.
  RSR/BW Cat D8.
  RSR/BW 464A 6-cyl. 2-4-2+2-4-2 Garratt.
  RSR/BW 323-2B.

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 2:
  RSR/BW 460B Fireless Cooker.
  RSR/BW 460C Fireless Cooker.
  RSR/BW 460D Ersatz-Garratt Fireless Cooker.
  RSR/BW 1280 Ersatz-Garratt Fireless Cooker.
  RSR/BW E48D 4-2-2T.
  RSR/BW E24B 4-2-0 and E44B 4-4-0.
  RSR/BW 165A/B/C 4-2-2 and 4-2-4T.
  RSR/BW 161 4-2-2 Crampton.
  RSR 6-2-0 Crampton.
  RSR 6-2-0 Drippski.
    [Duplex coverage moved from RSR page 2 to this page 3 on 28 Dec 2008]
  RSR/BW 4-14-4+4-14-4 Garratt.

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 3:
  RSR/BW 4-4-4-4 Class 464 Duplex.
  RSR/BW 4-6-6-4 Class 664 Duplex.
  RSR/BW 4-8-8-4 Class 864 Duplex.
    [Duplex coverage moved from RSR page 2 to this page on 28 Dec 2008]
  RSR/BW 0-2-0T "Burdick Nightmare".
  RSR 121 0-2-0T "Burdick Nightmare".
  RK's First Loco.
  RK's Pre-Garratt Garratt.
  RK 2-2+2-2 Tank Twin.
  RK 0-4+4-0 NG Tank Twin.

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 4:
  RK Vertical-Boilered NG 0-4-0.
  RK Vertical-Boilered, Oil-Fired NG 0-4-0T.
  RSR 6-2-0 Crampton High-Wheeler.
  RSR Three-truck O'Sheigh Geared Logger.
  RSR Three-truck Kleimachš Geared Logger.
  RSR Three-truck Heišchler Geared Logger.
  RSR Class DD2T Tracked Garratt.
  RSR _266-1r Goods Wagons.
  RSR _266-1rW and _266rS Wood-Tired and Ski-Equipped Goods Wagons.
  RSR Class 115AT Tracked Garratt.
  RSR/BW E24B 4-2-0 Model.
  RSR 1040A 0-10-0+0-10-0 Fireless Cooker.
  RSR 464A 4-8-4 High-Speed Doherty Passenger Loco.

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 5:
  RSR/BW E2A 4-10-0 Mastodon.
  RSR/BW E44BHST Speeding Truck.
  RSR/BW C6B 4-6-2.
  RSR 2-4-6-8-10-12 Multiplex.
  RSR 2-4-6-8-10-12+2-4-6-8-10-12 Kidsome-My-Err.
  RSR 2-4-6-8-10-12+12-10-8-6-4-2T Unfairlie Double.
  RSR 2-4-6-8-10-12+12-10-8-6-4-2T Unfairlie Double Cab-Forward.
  RSR 2-4-6-8-10-12-14 Multiplex.

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 6:
  CR 4-10-2+2-10-4 Garatt.
  CR 4-14-4+4-14-4 Garratt.
  RSR BB2 Mini-Garratt.
  RSR BB3 Articulated.
  RSR BB4 Articulated.
  RSR BB1G Articulated.
  RSR 1935 Articulated Diner.
  RSR CBB2 Hagans Articulated Tank Loco.

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 7:
  new.gif (24 Jan 2011)
  Breuer Steam Shunting Tractors for the RSR.   new.gif (24/27 Jan 2011)
  RSR-BW ACE 4000-1R   new (05 Apr 2011)
  RSR-BW RDC-2B Business Car   new (15 Apr 2011)
  Type CK07L Gangwayed Composite Compartment Coach - Modified   new (03/04 May 2011)

Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Pages 09 and 10 (bwarsr09.html and bwarsr10.html) seem to have gone AWOL for the nonce.   new (11 May 2011)

On this Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 11:   new.gif (11 May 2011)
  Early RSR 4-12-4{?} "Feculent"   new (11 May 2011)
  RSR-BW Class 324 0-6-0T   new (19 Jan 2012)
  Class 875AA Streamliner.   new (30 Sep 2012)
  2-4-6-8+2-4-6-8(!).   new (01 Oct 2012)
  Another 2-4-6-8-10-12-14(!).   new (02 Oct 2012)
  BW-RSR Clss 115D 4-8-8-4+4-8-8-4.   new (02 Oct 2012)

On the Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 12:
  new.gif (23 Oct 2012)
  A BW/RSR Oil-Electric?.   new.gif (23 Oct 2012)


Because the BW Apocrypha, RSR Apocrypha, and Guest Apocrypha indices exceeded the capacity of the individual pages and the main Apocrypha index, they are now presented in full on separate pages; the Berlinerwerke Apocrypha Index (including the Guest Apocrypha Index), above, and the RSR Apocrypha Index.


Before I start, I should note that all this (the BW Apocrypha) started with a secret project that is still unfinished and the next major development of the Berlinerwerke was their fabled DDP45:

DDP45

For more about her and her family, see my EMD page.


RUHNIAN STATE RAILWAYS
APOCRYPHA

Continued from Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 7

Because the Ruhnian State Railways (RSR) had so much interaction with the Berlinerwerke, and especially with the BW's George and Ira Ersatz and their sons, George, Jr., and Ira, Jr., I decided to place any new BW-Apocrypha coverage of RSR loks on separate pages.

The RSR, and its cooperative competitor, the Kroplihne Railway (RK), under the successive directorship of Chief Engineers Giorg Maznicek (1839-57), Marek Luršimonš (1857-91), Karel Belčamin (1891-1919), Bela Šahlmeti (1919-29), Frihdrik Tešlov (1929-50 - in exile 39-45), Mikhail Rodnivacek (1950-62), Jochann Ketterik (1962-85), and Artur Gorote (1985-present), has presented to the astonished world some incredible examples of unique and pioneering locomotive design.

Thanks to the generosity of Norman Clubb, proprietor, we are able to show here some of the additional unbelievable adaptations of RSR lok types as developed by the Berlinerwerke.  However, it should be strictly noted that the material presented on these pages is in no way reflective of the work or opinions of the RSR or its management, nor does it enjoy their unconditional endorsement.


Early RSR 4-12-4{?} Impediment Class "Feculent"   new.gif (11 May 2011)

Back in 1846, Britain's LNWR needed much more powerful locos and Constance Bronte, also known as Isabel Kingdom Bronte (or Brontë), came up with an 8-cylinder, 94' long, 220-ton monster on 11' drivers, the 4-12-4 Impediment Class "Feculent", which hit the road in 1847.  Giorg Maznicek saw it on one of his trips to England and decided to copy it but failed of his main objective in that he only used four cylinders and it was really a 4-6+6-4, based on his 1849 Class D Crampton:   new (11/12 May 2011)

Original Feculent
(11 May 2011 drawing by and © 2011 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)
[click on thumbnail for larger image]

In order to manage fueling, Maznicek came up with one of the first oil burners.  Adams, ALCo, and similar lateral motion axle boxes hadn't yet been invented and the long rigid wheelbase was the RSR Feculent's undoing, as was the crew's reaction to having to climb up so high to drop down into the two firing "cockpits".  Accordingly, Maznicek split the engine into two 4-6-0 units, permanently coupled back-to-back:

Rebuilt Feculent
(11 May 2011 drawing by and © 2011 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)
[click on thumbnail for larger image]

It was certainly fast and reasonably powerful for its day but was quite unable to stay on the twisting tracks of mid-19th-Century Ruhnia.  The unit was later separated by Bela Šahlmeti into two 4-6-0 units with standard six-wheel tenders, which weren't particularly any more successful.

Looking into the old RSR files, Iris Ersatz became intrigued by the oil-firing of the Feculent; she was aware of Iosif Ruhkani's sintered burner mantles on the RK, but they were for coal oil service; Ruhkani had crushed pumice, molded it into cones, and sintered them to form long-lived burner mantles.  For the RSR, it seems, Giorg Maznicek had gone a different, although no less ingenious, route.  Turning to the glass artisans of nearby Czechoslovakia, he got them to draw out the finest glass fib(er)(re) possible and made up bundles of the strands, much like the tails of the classic Czech Christmas tree bird ornaments, and used them as wicks for the burners.  Similar wicks are used to this day.  The bunched strands are known as the Buntsch Mantle.

Oh, good grief!  There really WAS a true RSR Impediment-Class 4-12-4!  In researching the Buntsch Mantle, Iris ran across this incredible drawing:   new (12 May 2011)

Succulent
(12 May 2011 drawing by and © 2011 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)
[click on thumbnail for larger image]

Apparently the direct predecessor of the Feculent, this monster, the Succulent, could never have negotiated any curves whatsoever without some extreme form of lateral motion device.  Unfortunately, there is no record of just how such was to be accomplished.  Acceleration must have been just one notch above zero but what a splendid, delectable sight she must have been, scooning across the Ruhnian plains (once she got going)!


Wanting a really heavy 0-6-0T for tight work in the yards, Frihdrik Tešlov turned to the BW; Ira Ersatz came up with a gem, the 524, a "shrunk-down" version of the 1947 523B 0-10-0T:   new (19 Jan 2012)

324
(19 Jan 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)


Artur Gorote and his team released their ill-fated A4-styled 455AB 4-8-4 design, a streamliner inspired by the Nostalgia Expresses; it never saw the light of day in steel because (supposedy) the "smokebox of the 455A simply could not be fitted under the sloping front of the A4".  The 455AB was deemed "a clearly unjustifiable expense for the purposes of 'mere' publicity".  No sooner had the design been disclosed than our indefatigable George Ersatz III got itchy (as usual) and enlisted his cousin, Iris Ersatz, Gorote's protegée, to come up with an articulated stretch of the 455AB, utilizing the free-steaming 455A boiler, a double stack, an enormous tender, and a clamshell front end enabled only by the carefully transitioned (eased) vertical grade changes of the RSR, the 875AA:   new (30 Sep 2012)

875AA
(30 Sep 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)
[click on thumbnail for larger image]

As elegant a lok as might ever have graced the rails of the RSR, this effort came to naught as the pfennig-pinching gnomes at Akohniçe nixed it on the same grounds as they had the 455AB!  Our Iris was wildly disappointed but there was really nothing she or George (or Gorote) could do about it.


In 2011, Artur Gorote designed a magificent Class 885A 8-Cylinder Triple Expansion Compound Beyer-Garratt 2-8-2+2-8-2 General Purpose Locomotive.  Whil(st)(e) it was under construction at RSR Works, Bevice-Akohniçe, Ruhnia, it was coming to fruition so nicely that Iris Ersatz and George Ersatz, III, took him out for a fine dinner to celebrate.  Unfortuntely, they partied a bit TOO hard and old Artur was a little the worse for wear on his return home.  It wasn't really his fault; he was normally quite proper and abstemious, but the kids basically drank him under the proverbial table.  Well, while he was still a wee bit under the influence, he seems to have hit the dra(ugh)(f)ting table with this wild result, a 2-4-6-8+2-4-6-8 variant on the 855A:   new (01 Oct 2012)

885variant
(01 Oct 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

Obviously, Gorote wasn't so wasted that he couldn't take advantage of the Berlinerwerke technique of getting greater tankage by reducing the space in front of the smokebox door and accessing the forward tube sheet by parking the unit on a sharp curve.  He also put the sand pipes inside the tanks.  Happily, this design was never made public, nor was it assigned a class number (nor should it have been).  Iris ran across the drawing and shared it with us - but please don't tell!

Oh, no; another 2-4-6-8-10-12-14!  The after-effects of poor Artur Gorote's rough night out seem to have been far worse than we had at first realized.  As before, we ask that you NOT spread the word, but he also came up with another drawing which Iris uncovered:   new (02 Oct 2012)

885/2468191214
(02 Oct 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

Actually, it got sort of interesting; by incorporating the Withuhn drive, whereby the rear engine had FOUR cylinders in opposed pairs with a divided drive with the left side arranged with TWO forward drivers and SIX rear drivers whil(e)(st) the right side had THREE forward drivers and THREE rear drivers, with shared inside-rodded cranked axles between, it retained the 2-4-6-8-10-12-14 wheel arrangement but far more tractive effort obtained:

885/2468191214Withuhn
(02 Oct 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

One can but wonder just how much Alka-Seltzer (or the Ruhnian equivalent) it took to clear ol' Art's head the next morning!

The funny part of Artur Gorote's bad night is that it inspired Iris to create a really neat drag freight engine derived from the above oddities, the enormous BW-RSR Class 115D 4-8-8-4+4-8-8-4:
new (02 Oct 2012)

115D
(02 Oct 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

Even though the basic 885A boiler was a bit taxed to supply enough steam for all eight cylinders, it functioned well enough at drag speeds but the design was never homologated.

By the by, Apocrypha friend Phil "could not help but notice the weird method used by Berlinerwerke on their 2-4-6-8+2-4-6-8 Garratt of 'getting greater tankage by reducing the space in front of the smokebox door and accessing the forward tube sheet by parking the unit on a sharp curve' and wondered "Why go to all the time and trouble of looking for a sharp curve?  What if a sharp curve cannot be found?  They are not just anywhere you realise - there is a shortage of them in some places. BUT - help is at hand . . . . Is Berlinerwerke not aware of Beyer, Peacock's lift-up front tank for Garratt's and that it is now 'out of patent'? Basically, the idea was to hinge the tank at the front so it could lift up (like a modern dump truck {tipper) thus allowing oodles of room for the fitters, etc to play around in the smoke box and fiddle with the tubes to their hearts’ content."  Well, yes, we are quite awre of a paucity of sharp curves out on the main but servicing is done in the yards where thee are sharp curves by the yard!  Also, although the Ersatzes are quite aware of the feature (I was not), not all engine houses/sheds are high enough to tip up such giant tender tanks (not to mention the need for heavy cranes or big hydraulic jacks).  Incidentally, the BW system allows enough room between the rear of the forward tank and the smokebox door to swing the door and climb in for minor maintenance, such as checking the nozzles and cleaning the spark screens.
new (02 Oct 2012)

Well, the whole concept of hinging such a huge tank upward so intrigued Iris that she did a study: new (07 Dec 2012)

115D/HingedTank
(06 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

Just think of all the dozens of sand pipes and such that would have to be disconnected every time!  At least Iris arranged for a separable handrail at the smokebox.  Ludicrous is the only appropriate word that comes to mind!

Actually, acting on a tip from friend Phil (who started this thread), I did some searching and it seems there was an alternate proposal that Iris considered.  Since the tubes are not the full length of the boiler but only reach from the front tube sheet to back tube sheet, it isn't really necessary to hoist that whole, huge tank.  By splitting the tank, only the rear portion has to be raised: new (07 Dec 2012)

115D/HingedHalfTank
(07 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

That lessens the strain on the hoist cylinder but its still far too damn complicated - go find a sharp curve somewhere!

Of course, one could always tilt the boiler front up and have the work crew stand on the tank to pull the tubes through the smokebox:

115D/HingedBoilerRear
(07 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

Or, one could tilt the boiler up at the back, stand on the cab and rear tank, and pull the tubes out through the firebox door in the backhead:

115D/HingedBoilerFront
(07 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

TILT!  I get a feeling we're veering 'way off course, here!

Phil came through with another alternate - hinge the tank at the BOTTOM and angle the forward half to clear: new (08 Dec 2012)

115D/HingedFront½Tank
(07 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III, altered by Phil R. - all wrongs reserved)

That wastes far too much tankage:

115D/HingedFront½Tank2
(07 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III, altered by Phil R. and again by SB,III - all wrongs reserved)

thus obviating the advantages of larger tanks (hey, Phil - where'd the headlight go?).  Case (and smokebox door) closed.

Well, not quite.  Phil also had the temerity to suggest "one huge front tank (per the original) but {with} a central pivot so the whole tank can be rotated 25 or 30 degrees in the horizontal plane, similar to a turntable":

115D/SwingFrontTank
(08 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

How about a front pivot?  Now that's possible, and would save floor space, however otherwise equally impractical:

115D/SwingFrontTank2
(08 Dec 2012 drawing by and © 2012 S. Berliner, III - all rights reserved)

"(or maybe one could rotate the boiler?"  Yeeks!  No, you'd have to raise it and reduce the firebox width to clear the side frames - too much complication.

Now we're REALLY overdoing it (as if we weren't all along)!


As always, you know you can count on the BW to find totally-unbelievable info.


note-rt.gif - Any attempt to inject an element of reason into this series of pages will be forcibly rejected!


{Stay tuned!}


[See also the HO (1:87.1) Berlinerwerke saga or the Z (1:220) Berlinerwerke-Z saga.]

I always wondered at the incredibly tight security at the Berlinerwerke during WWII; now it can be told!  See, for starters, the wild site of Sig Case, Rails to the Stars - Steam in Space, files from the National Aeronautics and Steam Administration and the tie-in to the Berlinerwerke V1 on Apocrypha Page 2.


Continued from Ruhnian State Railways Apocrypha Page 6

 


Because the Apocrypha and Guest Apocrypha indices exceeded the capacity of the individual pages, they are now presented in full on a separate Berlinerwerke Apocrypha Index (including the Guest Apocrypha Index).

[See also the HO (1:87.1) Berlinerwerke saga or the Z (1:220) Berlinerwerke-Z saga.]

I always wondered at the incredibly tight security at the Berlinerwerke during WWII; now it can be told!  See, for starters, the wild site of Sig Case, Rails to the Stars - Steam in Space, files from the National Aeronautics and Steam Administration and the tie-in to the Berlinerwerke V1 on Apocrypha Page 2.


See also the HO (1:87.1) Berlinerwerke saga or the Z (1:220) Berlinerwerke-Z saga
  and Berlinerwerke Guest Apocrypha (for taller tales?):
    NORTHEAST CORRIDOR FREIGHT ENGINES.
    LEWELLEN NORTHERN GARRATTS.
    CSXT AC100CBW and NSC CB100W-10 10,000 horsepower locos!
  Also, see the fabled BW DDP45 and other EMD engines EMD may never have dreamed of!


If you like this sort of nonsense, take a gander at Jim Wells' incredible Whitby Locomotive Works; Jim's overall Fantasonics "Model Railroad Magic Website" has become too complex for me to navigate.  Unfortunately, the AW NUTS Magazine, site of the A.W. N.U.T.S. Garden Railway Society is no longer available, nor are Lion Air (I'd be Lion if I didn't warn you to keep your tongue in your cheek on this one!) or D. Dickens' The Patiala State Monorail Tramway site (whooie - and it's for real)!



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