Originally built for the Jinpu Railway and the Zhegan Railway by ALCO and the Baldwin Locomotive Works in the United States in 1918–1937. The Jinpu Railway designated these MK class, received two deliveries, with the first 30 arriving from ALCo between 1918 and 1920. From 1938 to 1945 they were operated by the North China Transportation Company, which grouped them in the Mikana (ミカナ) class. Those that were delivered to the Zhegan Railway were operated by the Central China Railway during the Japanese occupation.
|CR Designation||NCTC Designation||CCR Designation||Original owner||Original
class & numbers
|JF11 3741−3770||ミカナ158x||--||Jinpu Railway||MK xxx||ALCo||30||1918−1920|
|JF11 3771−3790||--||?||Zhegan Railway||?||Baldwin||20||1937|
|JF11 3791−3810||ミカナ158x||--||Jinpu Railway||MK xxx||ALCo?||20||?|
They were taken over by China Railways after the end of the Pacific War. China Railways designated them class ㄇㄋ11 (MK11) in 1951, and reclassified them class 解放11 (JF11) in 1959. JF11 3741, 3756, 3767, 3771−3774, 3776, 3777, 3780, 3791, and 3809 are known to have been operated by Liuzhou Railway Bureau after 1959, and the last of the class was retired in 1990.