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2-2-4-0T

Under the Whyte notation for the classification of steam locomotives, 2-2-4-0T represents the wheel arrangement of two leading wheels on one axle, two driving wheels powered from the inside cylinders, four coupled driving wheels powered from the ...

LNWR Class G2A

The London and North Western Railway Class G2A was a class of 0-8-0 steam locomotives. They were upgraded from LNWR Class G1 principally by the fitting of a higher pressure boiler. Some of the G2As subsequently received lower pressure boilers on ...

Metropolitan Railway steam locomotives

The first Metropolitan Railway steam locomotives were ordered in 1864 for the Metropolitan Railway, to replace the Great Western Railway locomotive that had opened their first line the previous year. A total of 116 locomotives were built, of whic ...

Midland Railway 1102 Class

The Midland Railway 1102 Class was a class of 0-6-0T steam locomotives. Twenty-five were built by Neilson and Company in 1874–75 and fifteen by Vulcan Foundry in 1875–76. They were very similar to the subsequent 1377 Class. The Midland 1907 numbe ...

Midland Counties Railway Locomotives

Midland Counties Railway Locomotives. In its short life, the Midland Counties Railway bought nearly fifty steam locomotives from a number of manufacturers. Initially, outside-cylindered engines were ordered because of the frequency of crank axle ...

North Midland Railway Locomotives

Little information remains about the North Midland Railway Locomotives. Unlike other railway companies, the North Midland Railway of England did not give names to its locomotives.

OSE Class 220

The OSE class 220, also known as DE2000 or Marlboro, due to the coloring of the front, reminiscent of the packaging colors of the homonymous tobacco industry, is a series of diesel electric locomotives operated by TRAINOSE and RCLG and is part of ...

OSE class A.101

The OSE class A.101, also known as Κρουπάκι, due to its small size, only 10 meters long, is, along with the class A.201, the oldest series of locomotive operated by TRAINOSE and is part fleet of the OSE. It is a diesel-powered, built in 1962 by K ...

OSE class A.151

OSE class A.151 is a series of locomotives operated by TRAINOSE, which are part of OSE fleet. They were built by Faur in 1972. They resemble the class A.171, but their main difference is that the A.171 have engines with combined power of 920 kW w ...

OSE class A.201

The OSE class A.201, also known as the Διακοσαράκι or Πλούτο, after the well known cartoon, due to the generally not accepted aesthetic result of the reconstruction completed in 2010, is, along with the class A.101, the oldest locomotive operated ...

OSE class A.451

OSE class A-450, also known as 450άρα or Καναδέζα is a series of diesel-electric locomotives used by TrainOSE. They were built and put into operation by OSE in 1973. Construction was made by Montreal Locomotive Works in Canada. Outwardly they loo ...

OSE class A.501

OSE class A.501, also known as 500άρα. or Καναδέζα, is a series of diesel-electric locomotives operated by TRAINOSE. This locomotive was built in 1974 at by MLW and was put into operation by OSE in 1975. Outwardly they resemble the class A.451 lo ...

SJ A

The A class of the Swedish State Railways was a type of steam locomotive built in 1906–1909 for hauling mainline express trains. The 26 locomotives were built to replace older types that could not cope with the increasingly heavy express trains, ...

SJ B

The B class of the Swedish State Railways was a type of steam locomotive for mixed traffic, introduced in 1909. 96 locomotives were built for SJ by between 1909 and 1919. The 4-6-0 B class was part of the development of modern superheated locomot ...

SJ E

The E, E2 and E5 classes of the Swedish State Railways were three closely related types of steam locomotives. The E class 0-8-0 locomotives were part of the development of modern superheated types that had begun with the A class in 1906, and were ...

SJ G11

The Statens Jarnvagar Class G11 was a class of two ex-British War Department Austerity 2-8-0 steam locomotives, numbered 1930 and 1931. They were both purchased in 1953 from Nederlandse Spoorwegen. SJ purchased these locomotives to evaluate if th ...

Victorian Railways Old V class

Victorian Railways Old V class were the first government goods steam locomotives on Victorian Railways, built by George England & Co. The four engines were 0-6-0 configuration tender engines built in 1857-8 with builders numbers 142-145. The engi ...

V/Line RTL class

The V/Line RTL class is a road-rail locomotive, capable of operating on both road and rail. It was basically a truck with retractable rail wheels. Built by Western Star Trucks in the United States, the rail equipment was provided by Brandt Indust ...

VR Class Vk4

The locomotive that came to form VR Class Vk4 was originally one of a pair of 0-4-0T locomotives ordered from Rheinmetall Borsig Lokomotiv Werke, Germany to work at Ino fortress at Terijoki on the Karelian Isthmus. The locomotives had 2 axles, th ...

OBB Class 4020

OBB class 4020 is a 3 part electric multiple unit operated by the OBB, built from 1978 until 1987 as successor of the OBB 4030 class. The 4020 class is used extensively on many regional rail routes, including the Vienna S-Bahn and the Lower Inn V ...

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