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.
The NER Class P (LNER Class J24) was a class of 0-6-0 steam locomotives of the North Eastern Railway.
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.
The P class was a class of steam locomotives built to haul freight trains on the national rail network of New Zealand.
The O and P class was a class of destroyers of the British Royal Navy.
In computational complexity theory, P, also known as PTIME or DTIME(nO(1)), is a fundamental complexity class.
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 twenty designs were submitted with nine of them being considered.
The P class, nominally described as "patrol boats", was in effect a class of coastal sloops.
P-class submarine may refer to.
The P-Class is a type of small single sail dinghy, popular as a training boat for young people in New Zealand.
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.
The South Eastern and Chatham Railway (SECR) P Class is a class of 0-6-0T steam locomotive designed by Harry Wainwright.
The P class are a class of diesel locomotives rebuilt from T class locomotives by Clyde Engineering, Somerton for V/Line in 1984-1985.
The WAGR P and Pr classes were two classes of 4-6-2 steam locomotives designed for express passenger service on the Western Australian Government Railways mainline network.