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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diesel_locomotive

A string of four diesel locomotives haul a long freight train in the U.S. ... It was not, strictly, a diesel because it used a hot ... Sulzer had been manufacturing Diesel engines since 1898.

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Sep 3, 2016 ... Diesel Trains. ... Locomotive engine production. ... I already knew how small (2 liter to 6 liter) diesel engines work, and I still found this video ...
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Jul 31, 2007 ... Rail buffs turn the volume up. The GM "E" Diesel 567 V12 works at 850 rpm delivers 1125 hp to electric motors. NYC #4080 #4068 I covered ...

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The Engine and Generator - Diesel locomotives are some of the coolest modes of transport out there. Giant machines like these are just full of technological ...

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This 270,000-pound (122,470-kg) locomotive is designed to tow passenger-train cars at speeds of up to 110 miles per hour (177 kph). The diesel engine makes ...

www.american-rails.com/diesel-locomotives.html

As the late historian Jim Boyd notes in his book, "The American Freight Train," the 60-ton ... The early boxcabs are often credited as the first with a diesel engine ...

cumminsengines.com/rail

Low cost-of-operation and high dependability also make Cummins engines ideal for track maintenance equipment. We know that for the trains to run on time ...

www.edisontechcenter.org/Dieseltrains.html

A large diesel engine turns a shaft that drives a generator which makes electricity . ... better traction and adhesion and are used on trains that carry heavier loads.

www.up.com/aboutup/special_trains/diesel-electric

Although diesel locomotives first came to American railroads in the 1920s, their use was confined to switch engines, and later to passenger train locomotives.