Diesel Locomotives

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List Of Products By Dapol - OO Gauge - Diesel Locomotives
... Also available weathered from Kernow Models LMS Co-Co diesel electric LMS Black, BR Black, BR Green Also available as 10001 ...
SNCB Class 28 (Baume-Marpent) - See Also
... HLE 28 (French) Locomotives of SNCB/NMBS Electric locomotives Single System 3000 V DC 28 ... (Baume Marpent) 29 Dual System 1500, 3000 V DC 11 25.5 Dual ...
Snowdon Mountain Railway - Operation - Steam Vs. Diesel
... water crane and coaling stage outside the locomotive shed ... At Halfway Station steam locomotives also take water from a water crane, fed from a large tank located just above the station ... The diesel locomotives (and railcar when available) are used first, with the steam locomotives being used on trains as required ...
Southern Railway (UK) - Livery, Traction and Rolling Stock - Motive Power - Diesel Locomotives
... Maunsell began experimenting with the use of diesel locomotives for yard shunting in 1937 ... He ordered three locomotives, which proved to be successful, but his retirement and the onset of the Second World War prevented further development ... Bulleid also designed a class of main line diesel-electric locomotives, continuing to push back the boundaries of contemporary locomotive design and established practice, but this was built by ...
List Of Welsh Highland Railway Rolling Stock - Diesel Locomotives
... B-B 1967 CH Funkey Co (Pty) Ltd This 335 hp diesel hydraulic locomotive was built for work in a diamond mine and was later used for cement traffic at Port Elizabeth, South Africa ... It was the first locomotive to be moved to Dinas, in January 1997 ... Unlike other diesels purchased by the Ffestiniog Railway Company and named bilingually after Northern Welsh castles, 'Castell Caernarfon' is named in Welsh only ...

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