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112_ru_bryansk_lg_06_2004.jpg (136295 bytes)

Russia, The Moscow railway, Diesel locomotive 2TE109-0202 at station Bryansk Lgovsky ( ), June 2004

Photo by Roman Parhomenko, Moscow, Russia (prw@7m.ru)



2008-02-13-0007.jpg (79492 bytes)

Diesel engine and emu at Moscow railway museum at Rizhsky Vokzal.
13.2.2008
Martin P.


3m62rus.jpg (100450 bytes)

SZD Class 3M62 with Mandsuria Express anywhere in Former Soviet Union.

Photo: Unknown
Scanned by Laszlo Szita (szita@yahoo.com)



Da20-09.jpg (135062 bytes)

Class Da Diesel (Electric) Locomotive (Da20-09).

1000 hp - 96 km/h.

Built in 1944 by ALCO (US), under the Lend-Lease Act.
Used on the Sredneaziatskaya and Severo-Kavkazskaya Railways.

October Railway Museum.

26 June 2011.

P.L. Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



GE1_b4.jpg (106798 bytes)

Ge1 Diesel (Electric) locomotive.

1000 hp - 75 km/h.

Built in 1924 by the Baltic Works (Leningrad) as the very first ever Mainline Diesel locomotive of the USSR, and used on the Oktyabr'skaya railway.

October Railway Museum.

26 June 2011.

P.L. Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



Ozery_20040821.jpg (106882 bytes)

Commuter train Golutvin-Ozery.
Kolomna.
21.08.2004.

Artem Svetlov. trolleway @ narod.ru, http://trolleway.tramvaj.ru



TG102-153169_b4.jpg (112550 bytes)

Class TG102 Diesel (Electric) Passenger Locomotive (TG102-153/169).

4x1000 hp - 120 km/h.

Built in 1963 by the Leningrad Workshops, and used on the Oktyabr'skaya railway.

October Railway Museum.

26 June 2011.

P.L. Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



TGM1-576_b5.jpg (149381 bytes)

Class TGM1 Diesel (Hydraulic) Industrial Shunter (TGM1-576).

400 hp - 30 or 50 km/h.

Built in 1960 by the Murom Workshops, as part of a fleet of 3368 built from 1959 until 1972.

October Railway Museum.

26 June 2011.

P.L. Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



TGM3-021_b5.jpg (119605 bytes)

Class TGM3 Diesel (Hydraulic) Industrial Shunter (TGM3-021).

750 hp - 30 or 60 km/h.

Built in 1960 by the Liudinovo Workshops.

October Railway Museum.

26 June 2011.

P.L. Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



TGe-016_b5.jpg (120426 bytes)

Class TGe Diesel (Hydraulic) Industrial locomotive (TGe-016).

300 hp - 30 or 60 km/h.

Built in 1960 by Jenbacher (Austria), and fitted with a 3-phase 300kW Generator.

October Railway Museum.

26 June 2011.

P.L. Guillemin (plguillemin@yahoo.fr)



e_el-2.jpg (39356 bytes)

E_el-2 (at first named as Yu_e-001) is one of the oldest diesel-electric locomotives in world history. It designed in Russia by professor Yu. Lomonosov, and built in the November 1924 on the Esslingen plant in Germany for Russian railways. From 1925 E_el-2 was in Russia and it used with experimental trains near Moscow. In 1928 the system of diesel cooling was modernized, and E_el-2 was in use by Middle-Asian Railroad in Russia. It had a very hard work in deserts, mountains ang great non-water steppes. The E_el-2 was the proof of the possibilities and outlooks of diesel locomotives. It worked with trains near 30 years. Only from 1954 it was out of use. Technical parameters: Diesel: MAN, 6V45/42 1200 hp. Traction power: 900 hp. Axle formula: 1-5-1. Traction generator: BBC, 800 kW. Traction motors: 5*142 kW. Traction force: 15200 kg. Full weight: 124,8 tons. Lenght: 14,2 m. Height: 5,2 m. Width: 3,1 m. Traction wheels: 1,22 m. In a photo: E_el-2 after the first test in Esslingen, November, 6, 1924. The designers and guests are near the locomotive.

Photo: Unknown author.
Scan by Oleg Izmerov, <press@admin.bryansk.ru> .



ru-te10-015a.jpg (107434 bytes)

Diesel locomotive TE10 (ТЭ10) 015 at Moscow exhibition.

Photo by Vasily Dmitriev (contact e-mail: mykola@kture.kharkov.ua)
Scanned by Mykola Volovenko (mykola@kture.kharkov.ua, processed and uploaded by Serguei Trouchelle (stro@isd.dp.ua)



TE-5415+TE1-20-195+ER22-38.jpg (117657 bytes)

Steam locomotive TE-5415, diesel locomotive TE1-20-195 and electric unit ER22-38 in Moscow railway museum. 2008-08-18.

tobias b köhler



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