Renfe Class

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RENFE Class 354
... The RENFE Class 354 was a series of eight diesel hydraulic locomotives manufactured by Krauss-Maffei in Germany specifically to pull Talgo pendular coaches which ... The appearance and design is very similar to the RENFE Class 353, but with improvements specifically in terms of installed power ...
AVE Class 100 - History
... This class lived through all the changes involved in the creation of the Spanish high speed network originally the plan was to build the high speed route to Andalusia on an Iberian gauge track (1,668 mm/​5 ft 5 2⁄3 ... minute, it was decided that it should be standard gauge (1,435 mm/​4 ft 8 1⁄2 in), meaning RENFE changed its original order for 24 Iberian gauge units to sixteen standard gauge ones, which were delivered between ... The Iberian sets became the RENFE Class 101 (es) which used to operate the Euromed services along the Mediterranean corridor (this route is now covered by the RENFE Class 130 ...
RENFE Class 354 - Background and Design
... have two cabins, like the predecessor Class 353, the twin engined / twin hydraulic transmission design from Krauss-Maffei can be traced back in Spain to the single cabined RENFE Class 352 and the RENFE Class ... The locomotives represent a steadily increasing requirement for engine power, from the Class 352, to the Class 353, and then to these engines, with over ... The only other diesel locomotive in RENFE's fleet with a maximum speed of 200 km/h (120 mph) is the more recent diesel electric RENFE Class 334, however this locomotive has a ...

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