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ETA150 - ESA150 N XL L M4

battery rail car ETA/ESA 150(since 1968 515/815) of the german federal railways DB.

ETR610 / SBB RABe 503 N XL L M4

In 2007 Cisalpino brand of Italian Trenitalia and Swiss State Railway SBB received first of 22 samples of electric train ETR 610. The seven car consists delivers 5500 kW and reaches a amximum speed of 250 km/h. For Lokprogrammer from version 5.0.9.

Eurosprinter N XL L M4

Siemens Dispolok, "Eurosprinter ES 64 P", Sound for BR 127, BR 152, BR 182 and BR189, RENFE S 252 and CP LE5600

FO/BVZ HGe 4/4 I N XL L M4

In 1929 Swiss narrow gauge railway Visp-Zermatt-Bahn VZ received five samples of four axle electric HGe 4/4 I. In 1939 a sixth, slightly improved loco followed. The locos were made for adhesion track (maximum speed 50 km/h) and cograil use (25 km/h).


For passenger service on narrow gauge lines with cograil sections Swiss State Railway SBB ordered 21 samples of four axle electric locos HGe 4/4 II. When operating on cograil tracks maximum speed is limited on 40 km/h, on adhesion lines are 100 km/h permitted. The locos pull for example the famous Glacier Express.

FO/MGB Deh 4/4 I/Deh 4/4 II N XL L M4

In 1972 Swiss narrow gauge Railway Furka-Oberalp-Bahn FO received five four axle electric locos with luggage compartment. The four motor locos developed 1032 kW and reached a maximum speed of 60 km/h in adhesion drive and 30 km/h using rack drive.

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.

Ge 6/6 I N XL L M4

The Ge 6/6 I of the Rhetian Railways (RhB) of Switzerland are nick named rhetian crocodiles. 1922 the first of 15 locos entered service. The side rod equipped Ge 6/6 had been the strongest narrow gauge loco of its time and delivered 1024 HP. With its maximum speed of 55 km/h the locos were even used for famous Glacier Express. Today two locos are kept for traction of museum trains.


German standard streetcar GT4

HLE 15 N XL L M4

SNCB / NMBS Standard electric locomotive old