Sabotage against locomotives 25-08-1943
Outline from the crime scene...
Left cylinder on the DSB locomotive.
Right cylinder of the DSB locomotive.
The hole blasted in the locomotive that was lifted from the ground.
The blasted machine viewed from the lifting workshop.
The blasted lathe.
Copper piece of the “time pencil” detonator, which is the device that ensured a delay when igniting the charge.
The blasted machine viewed from the workshop.
The big lathe.
In the attack, the workers were held up and three locomotives were blasted. Six explosive charges were used, which were placed on the locomotives' cylinders, on the boiler of a raised locomotive, on one of the remise machines, and lastly, on two lathes.
Varde Vestbanegård (se rids)
Jens-Erik Andersen: En fremstilling af sabotagen juni 1942 - 29. august 1943, 1975, s. 155.