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GBRf Class 66 66703
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No: 2921   Contributor: Peter Langsdale   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: General Motors   Country: England
GBRf Class 66 66703

Seen on 11 July 2005 at Peterborough station, awaiting its next task.
This type of locomotive was originally built in Canada by General Motors "Electro-Motive Division" (GM EMD) as model JT42CWR, at London, Ontario, Canada. It is powered by a General Motors 12N-710G3B-EC engine delivering 2,462 kW (3,300 HP) at 904 rpm. The maximum speed is 120 km/h, and the maximum tractive effort is 409 kN.
Picture added on 25 January 2008
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At the first look, I thought it was a track maintenance engine, but after some years, you get used to it…

Added by Alain on 17 October 2015.
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