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Ge 4/4 III N XL L M4

FO BDeh 2/4 41-45 N XL L M4

In 1941, the Schöllenenbahn and the Furka-Oberalp-Bahn in Switzerland procured five railcars, initially designated as BCFhe 2/4. These were designed for the 11kV, 16 2/3Hz AC system and featured appropriate equipment for the steep cogwheel sections. The four companies rebuilt and renamed the railcars several times until they operated as BDeh 2/4 from 1978. In adhesion mode, the 430 kW powered railcars reached 55 km/h and in rack mode 30 km/h. For gear and adhesion operation, the vehicles have more…

MOB GDe 4/4 N XL L M4

The meter-gauge Montreux-Oberland Bernois MOB purchased four copies of the four-engine GDe 4/4 electric locomotive, two further went to the Chemins de fer fribourgois Gruyère-Fribourg-Morat GFM. The latter sold their two locomotives to the MOB in 2007. The 1053 kW strong and 100 km / h fast four-axle vehicles for the 900 V direct current system have been given a luggage compartment in the middle to save separate luggage car in the Panoramic Express. Between 1983 and 2010, locomotive 6003 held more…

MOB Ge4/4 III N XL L M4

Swiss Montreux-Berner Oberlandbahn MOB ordered four samples of electric Ge 4/4 III for their narrow gauge lines. The locos develop 2000 kW. The maximum speed of 120 km/h is not used during operation.

Ge 4/4 III N XL L M4

Hochleistungslokomotive Ge 4/4 lll

Ge 4/4 II N XL L M4

The Rhetian Railway (RhB) of Switzerland ordered 23 four axle electric locos Ge 4/4 for the meter gauge Stammnetz at SLM in 1973. The 1700 kW locos reach a maximum speed of 90 km/h and are used for passenger and freight service.

RhB Ge 6/6 II 701-707 N XL L M4

In the late 1950s the narrow gauge Rhetian Railway (RhB) of Switzerland recommended stronger locos for haevy freight and passenger service. After a pre-series of two six axle locos (#701 and #702) the RhB ordered a series of five more locos (#703 - #707) that show differences in front design. Technical equipment of the locos is the same. The end trucks are interchangeable with those of four axle Ge 4/4 I. The locos develop 2398 HP and reach a maximum speed of 80 km/h. Even after around 50 years more…

MOB BCFe 4/4 7-20 N XL L M4

Starting in 1904, the Montreux-Berner Oberland-Bahn (MOB) purchased fourteen four-axle electric railcars from SIG, which were intended for use on the two newly opened routes Montbovon - Château-d'Oex - Gstaad and Gstaad - Zweisimmen. The meter-gauge railcars developed 192 kW and reached a top speed of 45 km/h, which was later increased to 50 km/h. In the course of their long service life, often only some of the vehicles were subjected to various conversions. For example, four vehicles received more…

RhB Be4/4 511-514 N XL L M4

Starting in 1971, the Rhaetian Railway RhB procured four three-car Be 4/4 electric multiple units, primarily for suburban traffic in Chur. At the time, the four-motor push-pull trans trains were the first traction vehicles in Switzerland to have thyristor control. The 784 kW strong reached a top speed of 90 km/h. In addition to an electro-pneumatic air brake, the three-part vehicles also decelerated with the electric regenerative brake. In 1979, the RhB ordered two more, largely identical more…

Ge 4/4 II N XL L M4

The Rhetian Railway (RhB) of Switzerland ordered 23 four axle electric locos Ge 4/4 for the meter gauge Stammnetz at SLM in 1973. The 1700 kW locos reach a maximum speed of 90 km/h and are used for passenger and freight service.