C11 227

Oigawa Railway Company
1942 - 1975 Revived : Jul 1976
C11_227 was manufactured at the Nippon Sharyo Co., serial No. 1108, on the 9th of September 1942, and first deployment was to Naebo depot in Sapporo city.
Afterward, she worked in the Hokkaido area for her entire lifetime until retirement. During March 1974, she was moved to the Kushiro depot. C11_227 was retired on the next year of 25th June 1975 and was sold to the Oigawa Railway Co.

The Oigawa Railway Co. started the restored steam train from the 9th of July 1976 as the C11_227. C11_227 became the first revived engine other than those of the JNR.

During 2008, her boiler was replaced from the retired engine C11_312.

Biographic Data Chart

Date Location Application
Sep 1942 Nippon Syaryo Manufacture
Oct 1942 Naebo Deployment
Apr 1969 Tomakomai Transferred
Date Location Application
Mar 1974 Kushiro Transferred
25 Jun 1975 JNR, Kushiro Deregistered
09 Jul 1976 Oigawa Railway Sold

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