The reference for locomotives and railcars
Austrian Federal Railways class 2095
Österreich | 1958 | 15 produced
2095.14 in May 1982 in Weitra, Waldviertel Narrow Gauge Railways
2095.14 in May 1982 in Weitra, Waldviertel Narrow Gauge Railways

In order to be able to operate the existing narrow-gauge railways more efficiently, SGP developed a diesel locomotive to replace steam locomotives. It had a box shape and two driver's cabs like standard-gauge diesel locomotives and was correspondingly smaller with a 600 hp engine. The power was transferred to the outer axles via a Voith gearbox and then passed on to the inner axles via coupling rods. Only the first three locomotives were equipped with a train heater, because ultimately all passenger cars got their own heater. To this day, about ten of the 15 locomotives are still in use on various narrow gauge railways.

Axle configB-B 
Gauge2 ft 5 15/16 in (Bosnian gauge)
Dimensions and Weights
Length34 ft 1 7/16 in
Wheelbase21 ft 3 7/8 in
Fixed wheelbase5 ft 10 7/8 in
Service weight68,343 lbs
Adhesive weight68,343 lbs
Axle load17,086 lbs
Power sourcediesel-hydraulic
Top speed37 mph
Starting effort22,031 lbf
EngineSGP S12a
Engine typeV12 diesel
Engine output590 hp (440 kW)
Power Plant
Calculated Values
diesel locomotive
narrow gauge
last changed: 03/2023

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