How Much Horsepower does a Train Engine have?

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A train engine is just like any other vehicle in that a depends on the size of the engine, a train engine can have anywhere from 1,000 to 6,000 horsepower.
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The horsepower depends on the type of the engine the train has. Modern locomotives range from 1000-6000 horsepower whereas early diesel engines which replaced steam engines were in the 1500 horsepower range.
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