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The DH 440 is a type of diesel-hydraulic locomotive built by Henschel in 1956–58 as one of their second-generation diesel locomotive types. They had wheel arrangement C, with three axles powered through a jackshaft. Six units of the type were built,[3] of which three were bought by the Danish State Railways (DSB) and designated Class MH, numbered 201–203. These formed the basis for the 120 locomotives MH 301–420, built by Danish company Frichs without licence from Henschel.[4] The other…

The DH 440 is a type of diesel-hydraulic locomotive built by Henschel in 1956–58 as one of their second-generation diesel locomotive types. They had wheel arrangement C, with three axles powered through a jackshaft. Six units of the type were built,[3] of which three were bought by the Danish State Railways (DSB) and designated Class MH, numbered 201–203. These formed the basis for the 120 locomotives MH 301–420, built by Danish company Frichs without licence from Henschel.[4] The other…

Looking more like a model locomotive, the last operating Union Pacific Centennial DD40X, UP 6936 East, is seen in a pan shot from an ice covered farm road just east of Round Grove, Illinois on Feb. 15, 2008.

The last operating Union Pacific Centennial UP 6936 East, is seen in a pan shot from an ice covered farm road just east of Round Grove, Illinois on Feb. I thought this area looked familiar!

world's largest steam engine | 5PM: Huge steam locomotive visiting S.L.

Bigboy Locomotive used on an excursion train consist shown with it's diesel locomotive back up.

Union Pacific Alcohol diesel X-18 on display at Illinois Railway Museum in Rockford, IL...best train museum in the world!!

Union Pacific Alcohol diesel on display at Illinois Railway Museum in Rockford, IL.best train museum in the world!

Snow Train, British Columbia, Canada

Snow Train, British Columbia, Canada This train is not in BC, Canada. The engine and cars/wagons on this freight train are all of European design.

Streamlined Union Pacific locomotives, streamliner aerodynamic locomotive railroad retro art deco futuristic train trains

“City of San Francisco,” San Francisco, California Historic 1938 Photo, San Francisco Historical Photograph Collection

Union Pacific GE 8500 - Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1965. In 1955, Union Pacific ordered a new turbine-electric, the world's most powerful locomotive. Each would be two units plus a fuel tender, rated at 8,500 horsepower (6,300 kW). The A unit contained the control cab and an auxiliary diesel engine generator. The B unit carried the turbine and main generators to provide electricity to the traction motors on both the A and B units. The turbine was a new design GE Frame 5 simple cycle gas turbine with…

Union Pacific GE 8500 - Cheyenne, Wyoming, In Union Pacific ordered a new turbine-electric, the world's most powerful locomotive. Each would be two units plus a fuel tender, rated at horsepower kW). The A unit contained the contro

Centennials: Name given to Union Pacific's EMD DDA40X locomotives. World's most powerful diesel locomotives, delivered in 1969, the year of Union Pacific's centennial.

Centennials: Name given to Union Pacific's EMD locomotives. World's most powerful diesel locomotives, delivered in the year of Union Pacific's centennial.

The Puffing Billy — “the oldest surviving locomotive in the world.” William Hedley, designer and builder. 1814.

The Puffing Billy — “the oldest surviving locomotive in the world.” William Hedley, designer and builder. 1814.

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