Beijing (locomotive)

Beijing, mostly referred to as BJ, is a diesel-hydraulic locomotive used in the People's Republic of China. It is named after the capital city of China, Beijing.

BJ were made in two different versions, a standard version and a kou'an (port) version.

Locomotives of China
Steam
  • DB1
  • ET7
  • FD
  • GJ
  • HP
  • JF
  • JF6
  • JS
  • KD6
  • KD7
  • KF
  • PL1
  • PL2
  • QJ
  • RM
  • SL
  • SL6
  • SL7
  • DK2
  • SY
  • XK2
  • XK13
  • YH
  • YJ
Diesel
Diesel hydraulic
  • DHF1
  • DHF2
  • DHF3
  • DHF4
  • DHF5
  • DHF6
  • DHF7
  • DHF21
  • Beijing
  • NY5
  • NY6
  • NY7
Diesel electric
  • DF
  • DF2
  • DF3
  • DF4
  • DF5
  • DF6
  • DF7
  • DF8
  • DF9
  • DF10
  • DF11
  • DF12
  • DF21
  • HXN3
  • HXN5
  • ND1
  • ND2
  • ND3
  • ND4
  • ND5
  • NJ1
  • NJ2
Electric
DC motor
  • SS1
  • SS2
  • SS3
  • SS4
  • SS5
  • SS6
  • SS7
  • SS8
  • SS9
  • 6G
  • 6G1
  • 6K
  • 6Y2
  • 8G
  • 8K
AC motor
  • AC4000
  • DJ
  • DJ1
  • DJ2
  • HXD1
  • HXD1B
  • HXD1C
  • HXD1D
  • HXD2
  • HXD2B
  • HXD2C
  • HXD3
  • HXD3B
  • HXD3C
  • HXD3D
  • SSJ3
  • List of locomotives in China
  • Rail transport in the People's Republic of China
  • China Railways
  • Locomotive manufacturers
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