The locomotive is a machine driven by steam or a motor used to pull a carriage array on rails. It was taken from the locomotive in French.
Railway systems were established in the 16th century, but wagons were pulled with animal power for 200 years, in 1804, in the southern part of the Wales region (England), Richard Trevithick developed a steam locomotive. Although this locomotive has broken some of the mines of the cast iron, steam power can be used to pull the wagons, steam production can be accelerated by using exhaust steam coming out of the chimney to revive the fire, and the locomotives have been able to transmit the driving power of the smooth surface wheels on the smooth surface rails. developed.
Speed (Maneuvering / Traveling): 25 / 50 km / h
Case: 40.5 tone
Axle Pressure: 13.5 tone
Diesel Engine: Cummins KT 1150L
Minimum Radius: 80 m
1953 units were purchased in 1954-38 years.