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Hungarian State Railways series Bbmot
Hungary | 1959 | 22 produced
Bbmot 640 in the Railway Historical Park Budapest
Bbmot 640 in the Railway Historical Park Budapest
Rainer Haufe

As a development of the railcars of the ABbmot series, Ganz developed the Bbmot. This was also intended for express trains and now only had second class. The basic construction was still the same, based on the Hargita trains. Thus the railcar had a three-axle bogie at one end, the first axle of which was a carrying axle. The engine power had been increased compared to the predecessor from 450 to 500 hp. The vehicles were in use at MÁV until 1988.

General
Built1959
ManufacturerGanz
Axle config1B-2 
Gauge4 ft 8 1/2 in (Standard gauge)
Seats46
Dimensions and Weights
Length75 ft 5 1/2 in
Wheelbase59 ft 11 1/2 in
Fixed wheelbase9 ft 8 1/8 in
Service weight130,073 lbs
Adhesive weight57,320 lbs
Axle load28,660 lbs
Power
Power sourcediesel-mechanic
Top speed62 mph
EngineXII Jv 170/240
Engine typeV12 diesel
Engine output493 hp (368 kW)
Power Plant
Boiler
Calculated Values
DMU
regional
last changed: 03/2023
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