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Henschel AA16
Egypt | 1959 | 38 produced
AA16 before delivery to Egypt
AA16 before delivery to Egypt
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After the 13 class KK16 freight locomotives, ENR ordered 38 passenger locomotives from Henschel, which in turn were developed based on EMD technology. In contrast to the predecessors, these locomotives only received an engine from the 567 series from EMD, which here had 16 cylinders and delivered 1,950 hp. One motor reduced the length of the locomotive by about two meters. The three-axle bogies were still equipped with two traction motors and a carrying axle. They were designed for a top speed of 120 km/h and were 20 tonnes lighter than the KK16.

General
Built1959-1960
ManufacturerHenschel
Axle configA1A-A1A 
Gauge4 ft 8 1/2 in (Standard gauge)
Dimensions and Weights
Length70 ft 3 5/16 in
Service weight246,917 lbs
Adhesive weight246,917 lbs
Axle load41,226 lbs
Power
Power sourcediesel-electric
Top speed75 mph
EngineEMD 16-567 C
Engine typeV16 diesel
Engine output1,924 hp (1,435 kW)
Power Plant
Boiler
Calculated Values
diesel locomotive
passenger
last changed: 02/2022
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