|D6||1904||C9||1905|| Animation in progress
|Animation in progress||D28||1905||Animation in progress||E27||1905||B14||1906|
Please note that dates in red indicate a non-realised design (hence the lack of class designation in some cases). Soon after taking office, Belčamin realised that Luršimonš's simple class letters were running out and reclassified all the existing locomotive stock according to an admirably simple scheme: The number of coupled axles was represented by a letter, i.e. B for four-coupled, C for six-coupled etc, followed by a sequence number; thus C9 was the ninth class of six-coupled locomotive. Belčamin's system only survived during his term of office, being replaced in turn by Bela Šahlmeti. Click here for a list of redesignated locomotive classes.