Prussian S10

Prussian S10
Japanese inks on Red Star Peking rice paper
50cm x 70cm
2012

The Prussian S10 steam engine was an evolutionary development of the passenger train locomotive.  Between 1910 and 1914 a total of 202 locomotives were built. The two prototypes were initially designated as S 8 class and only reclassified in 1912 to S 10.  The majority were retired were retired by 1935, due to their high fuel consumption. Only three examples of the S10 survived the Second World War, as braking locomotives. The last S10 was retired in 1954.


2 comments:

Dave Murray said...

peter yuill, just slaying it.

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Great work! Thanks for sharing!