OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby TimCC6558 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 6:12 pm

I've only ever seen one of these wagons, at Sfendali in 2005. A typically Germanic looking wagon.

Built by V.WESTD WAGGONFABRIKEN AG-Köln 1941, SEK Pπτ 118403-118490

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Ππτ 118465
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Re: OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby GAZKGK » Sun Aug 25, 2013 6:29 pm

Well, i think that we must not be so sure that this company (WESTD. WAGGONFABRIK A.G. - KÖLN) has built all of them.... and that all of them are built in 1941....


Anyway, just as Tim said ..... except that they are Ρπτ and not Ππτ :P ;) . And some of them had a braking hut.

118411 - Lianokladi. This one was rebuilt at Thessaloniki works, 2009 to be the 2nd firefighting vehicle of O.S.E. staying at Lianokladi. 8-)

Ρπτ 118 411 (Σ.Μ.Λ.).JPG


118465 - the one that Tim uploaded.... now at Ipato.

Ρπτ 118 465 (ΥΠΑΤΟ).JPG


118468 - Nea Magnisia with braking hut .

118468.JPG





At least 7 more were surviving at Thessaloniki untill 2005 but now are scrapped.
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Re: OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby TimCC6558 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 6:37 pm

Ha! Once more the perils of relying on someone else's wagon list are revealed. I bow to your superior knowledge! :mrgreen:
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Re: OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby GAZKGK » Sun Aug 25, 2013 6:56 pm

......Thank you very much Tim .... ;)


What i forgot to say is that 118465, at its last years of use was a ''dirty OSE's oil tank'' ...
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Re: OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby christo » Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:01 pm

Not all 2 axle tank cars I have seen looked the same. So the question is, where there classes P3, P4 and P5 because there is a gap between P2 and P6?

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Postby GAZKGK » Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:04 pm

No there were not. The gap was left for the possibility of buying more 2axle tankers. The same happens with the Is where there is a gap between I2 and I7 e.t.c.


The 2axle tankers of course are different.... just like any other type of wagons..... :roll:
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Re: OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby christo » Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:55 pm

So what is this one I found on the internet? Its number is outside the given P2 range.

tank 118556b.JPG


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Re: OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby TimCC6558 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 9:07 pm

Another anomaly - here's a second photo of it culled from t'Interweb, photographer unknown. It looks German to me, similar to some of the post-war Deutz wagons. Alternatively, it could be one left behind when they retreated in 1944.

DSC_0078_OSE_118556.jpg
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Re: OSE P2 Tankers 118403-118490 German war spoils

Postby TimCC6558 » Sun Aug 25, 2013 9:10 pm

To add to my original post, I've found an Internet image of P118465's works plate, photographer unknown.

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Postby GAZKGK » Sun Aug 25, 2013 9:25 pm

christo wrote:So what is this one I found on the internet? Its number is outside the given P2 range.

tank 118556b.JPG


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It would be a P2 but remained just a Ρπτ.
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