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Kleindiesel N XL L M4

small diesel locomotive engine for narrow gauge railways, similar to Deutz engines

Kö I (Deutz A4L514) N XL L M4

The history of the small locomotives in the Kö I family goes back to 1933. To move fewer wagons or to operate smaller works connections, many locomotive factories built two-axle locomotives with diesel engines, mechanical gearboxes and chain drives that were able to travel at a maximum speed of 23 km / h. The Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft DRG ordered machines of the so-called reinforced standard design, some of which were delivered with two or three-cylinder Deutz engines. After the Second more…

Kö I (Kaelble F125) N XL L M4

The history of the small shunting locomotives in the Kö I family goes back to 1933. To move few wagons or to operate smaller works connections, many locomotive factories built two-axle locomotives with diesel engines, mechanical gearboxes and chain drives that were able to travel at a maximum speed of 23 km/h. The Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft DRG ordered machines of the so-called standard design, most of which were equipped with a 30 or 39 hp Kaelble F125 engine. The locomotives were used more…

Köf II N XL L M4

small linkage geared Diesel switcher

Köf III N XL L M4

In order to rationalize shunting operations at larger stations, the Zentralamt of German DB developed a two-axle diesel locomotive with hydrodynamic transmission together with the locomotive manufacturer Gmeinder. The first 300 copies still had a power transmission with chains, the others had a cardan shaft drive. The proven 240 hp RHS 518 from MWM was used as the engine for the series locomotives. The pre-series locomotives later classified as class 331 initially had to be content with a more…

LINT N XL L M4

Diesel railcar of the Alstom LHB Coradia-Series; sound is suitable for LINT 27 (BR 640), LINT 41 (BR648) and BR 641 ("Whale")

LINT 27 N XL L M4

For contemporary commuter and branch line passenger service DB ordered 30 samples of diesel mechanic rail cars Alstom-LHB Lint 27 in 1999. The tognum six cylinder engine delivers 428 HP and reaches a maximum speed of 120 km/h.

Lint 41 N XL L M4

Lint 41, diesel railcar

MaK 650D N XL L M4


In 1957 German MaK Kiel factory offered a four axle side rod diesel locomotive MaK 650D. The 21 samples of this loco were equip with 6 cylinder prime mover MS301CK that delivered 650 HP at 750 rpm and enabled the loco to reach a maximum speed of 71 km/h.

MaK DE 1002 (MTU-12V-396) N XL L M4

Diesel electric loco DE 1002 of German manufacturer MaK is a reliable design for medium freight service of private owners. The 12-cylinder diesel prime mover develops 1120 or 1320 kW at 1800 rpm and enables the DE 1002 to reach a maximum speed of 90 km/h. The 24 locos are delivered between 1982 and 1988.