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DBAG Class 474

DBAG Baureihe 474/874
DBAG Class 474 in Diebsteich station
Specifications
Power type Electric
Builder LHB, Bombardier
Build date 1996-1998
1999-2001
2006-2007
Total produced 121[1]
UIC classification Bo'Bo'+2'2'+Bo'Bo'
Gauge
Length 66 m (216 ft 6 in)[1]
Locomotive weight 102 t (100 long tons; 112 short tons) (474.2)
94 t (93 long tons; 104 short tons) (474.2)
106 t (104 long tons; 117 short tons) (474.3)
Electric system(s) 1.2 kV DC (474.1-3)
15 kV AC 16.7 Hz (474.3)
Current collection
method
Third rail DC, pantograph AC
Top speed 100 km/h (62 mph)[1]
Power output 920 kW (1,230 bhp)[1]
Tractive effort 144 kN (32,000 lbf)[1]
Train brakes Electric, Air
Safety systems Sifa, PZB
Career
Railroad(s) Deutsche Bahn AG
Hamburg S-Bahn
Class 474/874

The DBAG Class 474/874 is a three-car electric multiple unit train for the Hamburg S-Bahn. The class 474 were built to replace the nearly-60-year-old class 471 trains. Some units have a pantograph (474.3) to service the 2007 opened line to Stade on an overhead catenary track.

External links

Hamburg portal

References

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