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Austrian Federal Railways class 2067
Austria | 1959 | 112 produced
2067 090 of the Strasshof Railway Museum in February 2014
2067 090 of the Strasshof Railway Museum in February 2014

Since the existing two-axle light shunting locomotives with outputs of 200 and 400 hp were too weak for many tasks, the ÖBB had the three-axle class 2067 with 600 hp developed. It was based on the LDH 420, which was used by industrial companies and, in contrast to this, got a turbocharger. In addition to the 111 built locomotives of the class 2067, an LDH 420 of the Liesing siding was converted into the same form. The locomotives were used for various shunting services and also for local freight trains. The first ones were retired in 2001, but there are still a few in use today. Today, however, these are only used in workshops and for tunnel rescue trains.

Axle configC 
Gauge4 ft 8 1/2 in (Standard gauge)
Dimensions and Weights
Length34 ft 4 3/4 in
Service weight109,129 lbs
Adhesive weight109,129 lbs
Axle load36,376 lbs
Power sourcediesel-hydraulic
Top speed40 mph
Starting effort33,497 lbf
EngineSGP S12na
Engine typeV12 diesel
Engine output590 hp (440 kW)
Power Plant
Calculated Values
diesel locomotive
last changed: 08/2023

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