German Federal Armed Forces Itzehoe
the engine shed Itzehoe (short form: German Federal Armed Forces Itzehoe) developed approximately around 1890, after Itzehoe had the Schienenstrang from luck city since 1857 and this was extended until 1878 to heath. 1889 opened the secondary line Itzehoe - Kellinghusen - to Wrist. To the plants in the engine shed did not belong a turntable and a ring locomotive shed, a water tower and the remaining treatment plants were missing. The locomotives furnished achievements primarily on the march course and further on the secondary lines after Wrist, Brunsbüttelkoog north and Brunsbüttelkoog south. Among other things locomotives of the series 38, series 55, series 57, series 74 and series 91 were available. The existence of the series 38 shrank in the time of the 2.Weltkriegs. But the German Federal Armed Forces got Itzehoe locomotives of the series 50 and the number of locomotives of the series 57 increased. The competence area changed quite little. After end of war one took the series off 50 again and replaced these by locomotives of the series 56.2. A short appearance gave here also the series to 64. The German Federal Armed Forces Itzehoe were dissolved as independent agency in October 1959. The locomotives and their achievements went to the German Federal Armed Forces Husum and German Federal Armed Forces new cathedral. As branch office for these operating works the plants remained in enterprise. End of the 1970er and at the beginning of the 1980er years were then torn off nevertheless these plants. One established a service station for Diesel traction vehicles and sidings, where once the German Federal Armed Forces were.