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Tcdd Dh7000

DH 7000
Power type Diesel-hydraulic
Builder Tülomsaş
Build date 1994-
Total produced 20
UIC classification C
Wheel diameter 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 in)
Length 10,184 mm (33 ft 4.9 in)
Width 3,000 mm (9 ft 10.1 in)
Height 4,195 mm (13 ft 9.2 in)
Locomotive weight 51 tonnes (50 long tons; 56 short tons)
Fuel capacity 1,800 litres (400 imp gal; 480 US gal)
Engine type Cummins KTTA 19L1
Top speed 40 km/h (25 mph)
Power output 522 kW (700 hp)
Locomotive brake Block break
Railroad(s) Turkish State Railways
Number DH7001 – DH7020

TCDD DH 7700 are a type of diesel-hydraulic locomotive built for operations on Turkish State Railways by Tülomsaş. The DH7000 was primarily used as a shunter. A total of 20 units were delivered from 1994.

External links

  • Tülomsaş page on DH7000
  • Trains of Turkey page on DH7000
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