14 relations: DSB class P, NER Class P, NZR P class (1876), NZR P class (1885), O and P-class destroyer, P (complexity), P-class cruiser, P-class sloop, P-class submarine, P-class yacht, Pelorus-class cruiser, SECR P class, V/Line P class, WAGR P and Pr classes.
The class P was a series of steam locomotives of the Danish State Railways, designed by chief mechanical engineer O.F.A. Busse and introduced in 1907.
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The NER Class P (LNER Class J24) was a class of 0-6-0 steam locomotives of the North Eastern Railway.
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The P class was a class of two tank locomotives built to work on the government-owned national rail network of New Zealand in 1876.
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The P class was a class of steam locomotives built to haul freight trains on the national rail network of New Zealand.
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The O and P class was a class of destroyers of the British Royal Navy.
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In computational complexity theory, P, also known as PTIME or DTIME(nO(1)), is one of the most fundamental complexity classes.
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The P class was a planned group of twelve heavy cruisers of Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine; they were the successor to the s. Design work began in 1937 and continued until 1939; at least nine designs were considered.
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The P class, nominally described as "patrol boats", was in effect a class of coastal sloops.
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The P-class submarine may refer to -.
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The P-Class is a type of small single sail dinghy, popular as a training boat for young people in New Zealand.
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The Pelorus-class cruiser was a "third-class" protected cruiser class of eleven Royal Navy warships designed by Sir William White (Director of Naval Construction 1885 – 1902), based on the earlier ''Pearl''-class cruisers. They were ordered in 1893 under the Spencer Programme, and laid down 1896–1900. The first,, was commissioned in 1896. In an era of naval innovation, the class was almost outdated before they were launched. They were fitted with a variety of different boilers as a trial but most were not particularly satisfactory; so HMS Pandora was scrapped in 1913, HMS Perseus and HMS Prometheus in 1914. They had all been condemned in 1904 but had been reprieved. The remainder were to be scrapped in 1915, but were kept in service through the First World War. HMS Pegasus was sunk in combat in 1914, the rest - except for HMS Pioneer - were scrapped between 1919 and 1922. HMS Pactolus and HMS Pomone had Blechynden boilers which were particularly unreliable, they were removed from active service several years before others in the class. Rear Admiral Cresswell, the 1st Naval Member of the Australian Naval Board described Psyche and Pyramus in 1914 as "the unspeakably useless P. class.".
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The South Eastern and Chatham Railway (SECR) P Class is a class of 0-6-0T steam locomotive designed by Harry Wainwright.
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The P class are a class of diesel locomotives rebuilt from T class locomotives by Clyde Engineering, Somerton for V/Line in 1984/85.
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The WAGR P and Pr classes are two classes of 4-6-2 "Pacific" type steam locomotives designed for express passenger service on the Western Australian Government Railways narrow gauge mainline network.
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