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hans.scherpenhuizen


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Collection (136)
flagNetherlands
AN 10500, DBSNL 266, NS ICM-1, NS ELD4, NS Plan P, NS SGM-0, NS DE1, NS Mat 24, NS Plan mP, NS DE2, NS 6400, NS 200, NS 1000, NS 1100, NS 1500, NS 3700, NS ICM-0, NS 600, NS SM 90, NS DM 90, NS SGMm-3, NS UST 96, NS 1300, SSN 8800, SSTT 8800, VSM 80
flagAustria
ÖBB 699.1, ÖBB 2045, ÖBB 2060, ÖGEG 78
flagBelgium
CTB 66, SNCB 53
flagCanada
BCOL RDC-3, BCOL RS-18C, CN SD60F, CP AC4400CW, Via F40PH-2
flagChina
CR DF4B
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NIKON D60, Canon PowerShot G5
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pic commentMar 3


This is a well thought off shot! Great! Which route was taken by this train?
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discover uploadJan 17
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Leaving Randolph Street
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Amtrak E60 #602 speeding through North Philadelphia (PA).
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pic commentJan 16


Very colourful!
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uploadJan 4
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Leaving Diva Junction
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discover uploadJan 4
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I have identified the engine on this page: https://trainspo.com/model/2401/
It is in fact engine number 7535 of class Zs. I photographed it, complete with this number on the bufferbeam on 16.4.1994.
Gauge notation: 1000 mm.
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topic postDec 2, 2018


The locomotive on this page is wrongly advertised as being 1067 mm gauge: https://trainspo.com/model/1889/
In effect, it is 1435 mm which is also seen on the relevant wikipedia source.
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discover uploadOct 27, 2018
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Preserved engine from Dabhoi network
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discover uploadOct 10, 2018
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Shunting at the docks
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uploadOct 10, 2018
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Engineers special
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discover uploadOct 10, 2018
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Shunting sugar cane cars to the factory
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topic postOct 10, 2018


The locomotive on this page is advertised as an EMU. https://trainspo.com/model/5904/
Clearly, this is a GM G8 diesel locomotive which should also be attributed to this page: https://trainspo.com/series/535/
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topic postOct 10, 2018


@ter I have a book in my library called 'Schmalspurbahnen in Griechenland' by Hans-Bernhard Schönborn (1997). On page 237 I have found confirmation of your suggestion that this class is called Delta Iota, meaning Di. Ten engines were built 1951 by Breda, Italy.
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topic postOct 7, 2018


@ter I can see your point. I will investigate further. When you look at page 2 of 3 of this thread, you can see that on May 21, 2016 user GAZKGK refers to the locomotives as Delta Alpha. So I am not yet convinced. It should be two letters, in any event.