List of GE locomotives

The following is a list of locomotives produced by GE Transportation Systems before its acquisition and takeover by Wabtec. All were/are built at Fort Worth, Texas or Erie, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Most (except the electrics, the switchers, the AC6000CW, and the Evolution series) are powered by various versions of GE's own FDL diesel prime mover, based on a Cooper Bessemer design and manufactured at Grove City, Pennsylvania. GE is one of the largest locomotive manufacturing companies.

Freight locomotives

Early locomotives, switchers and special purpose

Switchers

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
20-ton Boxcab19385BCummins150 hp (110 kW)
23-ton Boxcab19396BCummins150 hp (110 kW)
23-ton194129BCummins150 hp (110 kW)
25-ton1941–1974510BCummins150 hp (110 kW)
35-tonB
43-tonB-B
44-ton1940–1956386B-BCaterpillar D17000 × 2 (most)
Hercules DFXD × 2 (11)
Buda 6DH1742 × 2 (10)
Caterpillar D342 × 2 (last 4)
380–400 hp (280–300 kW)
45-ton1940–1956B-BCummins × 2300 hp (220 kW) hp
GE 45-Ton switcher "Drop Cab"1944–1949103B-B
GE 45-Ton switcher "Off-Center Cab"19419B-BCooper Bessemer EN6
GE 46-Ton switcher "Drop Cab"19553B-B
47-ton "Drop Cab"1943–195358B-B
50-tonB-B
GE 55-Ton switcher "Off-Center Cab"19317B-BIngersoll Rand 300
GE 57-Ton switcher "Off-Center Cab"19351B-BCooper Bessemer ENL6
60-ton "Boxcab"1928–19302B-BIngersoll Rand 300
60-ton "Off-Center Cab"1935–194110B-BIngersoll Rand 300 (1) Ingersoll Rand 400 (2) Cooper Bessemer EN8 (3) Cooper Bessemer ENL8 (4)
GE 61-Ton switcher "Off-Center Cab"19371B-BCooper Bessemer EN6
65-tonB-B
GE 68-Ton switcher "Off-Center Cab"19392B-BCooper Bessemer GN6
70-ton1947–1955238B-BCooper-Bessemer FWL-6T
75-ton Drop Cab194410Bo'Bo'2 Cummins L1 600
GE 78-ton195310B-BALCO 6-251A800 hp (600 kW)Consolidated Railroads of Cuba
80-tonB-B
95-tonB-B
100-ton "Boxcab"1928–193011B-BIngersoll Rand 300(x2)
100-ton1933–19357B-BIngersoll Rand 300(x2)
110-tonB-B
125-tonB-B
126-tonB-B
128-tonB-B
600-hp center-cab[1]1933–19357B-BIngersoll-Rand 10×12600 hp (450 kW)
NH class DEY-2[2]1936–193710B-BCooper-Bessemer 10½×12 GN8 (5)
Ingersoll-Rand 10×12 600 (5)
600 hp (450 kW)
1000-hp center-cab[3]1937–19409B-BCooper-Bessemer GN-61,000 hp (750 kW)
SG10B1975–1981124B-B7FDL-81,100 hp (820 kW)

General purpose

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
57-ton gas-electric boxcab19131B-B2 x
GM-16C4
V-8
60-ton demonstratorB-BIngersoll-Rand300 hp (220 kW)
60-ton boxcabB-BIngersoll-Rand300 hp (220 kW)
100-ton boxcabB-B2x Ingersoll-Rand600 hp (450 kW)
EN-6B-B
1800-hp transfer19361C-C2x Ingersoll-Rand1,800 hp (1,340 kW)
2000-hp transfer19361C-CBusch-Sulzer2,000 hp (1,490 kW)
UM20B19542 ( 1 ea cab and booster)B-BCB 8 cyl1,200 hp (890 kW)
UM20B19542 ( 1 ea cab and booster)B-BCB 12 cyl1,800 hp (1,340 kW)
GE GEX33411954–196611 White Pass and Yukon RouteC-CALCO 6-251930–990 horsepower (690–740 kW)

Universal Series (1956 to 1998)

Because their model designations start with "U", they are known colloquially to railfans as "U-Boats".

Four axle

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
U4BB-B
U5B1963139B-BCaterpillar D-379600 h p
U6B1959131B-B
U8B1960134B-B
UM6B197320B-BCaterpillar D-379700 hp (520 kW)
U9B195713B-BCB. FWL 6T1,060 hp (790 kW)
U9C195816B-BCooper Bessemer FWBL 6T990 hp
U10B / DH class1964-92447B-BCaterpillar D398900 hp (670 kW)
UM10B196186B-BCaterpillar D398B1,050 hp (780 kW)
U11B1980B-BCaterpillar D388 & D389
U12B195897B-BCB FVBL-81,200 hp (890 kW)
U13B64B-B
UD18195610B-BGE FDL-121,800 hp (1,340 kW)
U18B1973–76163B-BGE 7FDL-81,800 hp (1,340 kW)
U23B1968–77481B-BGE 7FDL-122,350 hp (1,750 kW)
U25B1959–66478B-BGE FDL-162,500 hp (1,860 kW)
U28B1966148B-BGE FDL-162,800 hp (2,090 kW)
U30B1966–75296B-BGE FDL-163000 hp
(2240 kW)
U33B1966–75137B-BGE FDL-163,300 hp (2,460 kW)
U36B1969–74125B-BGE FDL-163,600 hp (2,680 kW)
MATE1971–7225B-BnoneRoad Slug

Six axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
U12C1956-1961 153 C-CCooper Bess FVL 8ST 1,420 hp
UM12C1956,1963,196620 Philippine National Railways
50 State Railway of Thailand [4]
C-CCummins KT38-L1,320 hp (980 kW)
U13C1967 109 C-CGE FDL-8 1,420 hp
U14C197915C-C1,400 hp
U15C1970–1980274C-CGE 7FDL-81,160 kW (1,560 hp)
U17C1973–198130C-CGE 7FDL-81,700 hp (1,270 kW)

U18C1976–1998420C-CGE 7FDL-81,950 hp (1,450 kW)

UM18CC-C
U20C1995–2005984C-CGE 7FDL-82,150 hp (1,600 kW)

U22C1975–198549C-C
U23C1968–70223C-CGE FDL-122,250 hp
(1,680 kW)
U25C1963–65113C-CGE FDL-162,500 hp
(1,860 kW)
U26C1971–87392C-CGE FDL-122,750 hp
(2,050 kW)
U28C1965–6671C-CGE FDL-162,800 hp
(2,090 kW)
U30C1966–76600C-CGE FDL-163,000 hp
(2,240 kW)
U33C1968–75375C-CGE FDL-163,300 hp
(2,460 kW)
U36C1971–75238C-CGE FDL-163,600 hp (2,700 kW)
U50C1969–7140C-CDual
GE FDL-12
5,000 hp
(3,700 kW)

Six axles & Pony

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
U18C11959–1961115 (SAR)1C-C1CB FVBL-122,150 hp (1,600 kW)
U20C1196610 (SAR)1C-C1GE 7FDL-122,150 hp (1,600 kW)

Eight axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
U501963–6526B+B-B+BDual
GE FDL-16
5,000 hp
(3,700 kW)

Dash 7 Series (introduced 1977)

Models with "A" suffix are equipped with 12-cylinder prime mover in place of the standard 16-cylinder version, with the same power output.

Four axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
B23-71977–84536B-BGE 7FDL-122,250 hp
(1,678 kW)
BQ23-71978–7910B-BGE 7FDL-122,250 hp
(1,678 kW)
B30-71977–81199B-BGE 7FDL-163,000 hp
(2,238 kW)
B30-7A1981–83197B-BGE 7FDL-123,000 hp
(2,238 kW)
B36-71980–85230B-BGE 7FDL-163,600 hp
(2,685 kW)

Six axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
C18-7i199310C-CGE 7FDL-81,800 hp
( kW)
C22-7i199920
C30-71976–851,137C-CGE 7FDL-163,000 hp
(2,238 kW)
C30-7A1984–9050C-CGE 7FDL-123,000 hp
(2,238 kW)
C36-7 (China Railways ND5)1978–85599C-CGE 7FDL-163,600 hp
(2,685 kW)

Dash 8 Series (introduced 1982)

GE originally introduced this series with the model designation following the pattern of the Dash-7 line. After product improvements were made to the line in 1987 the official designations for models in this series changed to "Dash-8...", as shown in the list below. However, for simplicity, many railroads decided to use designations which follow the pattern of the Dash-7 line. Thus, for example, the Dash 8-40C is usually rendered as "C40-8". The "W" suffix indicates the then-optional wide-nose "North American" safety cab. For example, the Santa Fe used the designation "B40-8W" for GE's "Dash 8-40BW". The railroad continued this practice until its merger with the Burlington Northern Railroad in 1995, and the new railroad, Burlington Northern-Santa Fe (later BNSF Railway) furthered the practice.

Introduced during the Dash 8's later years were split-cooling in the radiators and electronic displays for the crews (instead of analogue gauges).

Four axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
Dash 8-32B (B32-8)1984–8949B-BGE 7FDL-123,150 hp
(2.3 MW)
Dash 8-36B (B36-8)19821B-BGE 7FDL-163,600 hp
(2,685 kW)
Dash 8-39B (B39-8)1984–88146B-BGE 7FDL-163,900 hp (2,910 kW)
Dash 8-40B (B40-8)1988–89151B-BGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
Dash 8-40BW (B40-8W)199096B-BGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)

Six axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
Dash 8-32C (C32-8)198410C-CGE 7FDL-123,200 hp
(2.3 MW)
Dash 8-36C (C36-8)19831C-CGE 7FDL-163,600 hp (2,680 kW)
Dash 8-39C (C39-8)1983–87162C-CGE 7FDL-163,900 hp (2,910 kW)
Dash 8-40C (C40-8)1983–87585C-CGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
Dash 8-40CM (C40-8M)199084C-CGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
Dash 8-40CW (C40-8W)1990–94875C-CGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
Dash 8.5-40CW2012–16C-CGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
Dash 8-41CW (C41-8W)199327C-CGE 7FDL-164,100 hp (3,060 kW)
Dash 8-44CW (C44-8W)199353C-CGE 7FDL-164,400 hp (3,280 kW)

Eight axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
Dash-8 BB40-8M6B-B+B-BGE 7FDL-164,100 hp (3,060 kW)

Dash 9 Series (introduced 1993)

The Dash 9 series introduced primarily electronics updates to the Dash 8 line. Also introduced was the HiAd (High-Adhesion) truck. Split-cooling was standard.

Four axles

No four axle freight versions produced

Six axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
Dash 9-40C1995125C-CGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
Dash 9-40CW1996–20041,090C-CGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
Dash 9-44CW1993–20042,494C-CGE 7FDL-164,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
C38EMi2006-200740C-CGE 7FDL-163,800 hp (2,830 kW)
C44EMi2007-200845C-CGE 7FDL-163,800 hp (2,830 kW)
C38AChe2005–200678C-CGE 7FDL-163,800 hp (2,830 kW)

Eight axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
Dash 9-40BBM1995B-B+B-BGE FDL-164,000 hp
(2,980 kW)
Dash 9-40BBW1997–2006141 (for Vitoria a Minas, Brazil)B-B+B-BGE 7FDL-164,000 hp
(2,980 kW)

AC Series (introduced 1994)

These feature the same carbody design and many of the internal components as the Dash-9 series, except they are equipped with AC traction motors instead of the conventional DC versions. The cab air conditioner was moved from the left (conductor's) side walkway to a position under the cab floor to make space for the six traction inverters (one per axle) that supply the AC current to the traction motors.

Six axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
AC4400CW1993–20042,834C-CGE 7FDL-164,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
**AC44i2008–550C-CGE 7FDL-124,500 hp
(3.3 MW)
*AC6000CW1995-2001317C-CGE 7HDL-166,250 hp
(4.6 MW)
C30ACi2010-2015203C-CGE 7FDL-123,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
C44ACi2008–140C-CGE 7FDL-164,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
*Note: two versions: one contained a 16-cylinder 7HDL, co-developed by GE and the German firm Deutz-MWM, rated at 6000 HP; the other a 16-cylinder 7FDL rated at 4390 HP. The units equipped with the 7FDL were a sub-version AC6000 "Convertible" and were produced to get the type into operation while the 7HDL was developed. Much like the SD90/43MACs produced by competitor EMD, the intention was to someday upgrade the units with larger engines, but the upgrades rarely, if ever, happened.
**Note 1: The "AC44i" is a export version of the AC4400CW locomotive for Brazil. In that country, these models are the first to use AC (Alternating Current) in their operating systems. The first units were made in United States on 2008, and the other sequential units made in the local plant of GE, in Contagem municipality, Minas Gerais.

Evolution Series (introduced 2005)

The Evolution Series locomotives replaced the Dash 9 and AC series in North America and exceeded the then new U.S. EPA Tier II emissions standards that took effect in 2005, reducing nitrogen oxides emissions by over 40% and improving fuel consumption as well. They use the new GEVO engine (based in part on the 7HDL design) which produces the same power from twelve cylinders as previous locomotives' 16-cylinder 7FDL engine. Both AC and DC Evolution Series share the same carbody design. The radiator "wings" are even larger than those of the Dash 9 and AC series. Like those on the AC6000CW, they extend past the end of the long hood. Unlike any previous GE locomotive type underside of the wings are divided into two sections with different angles.

Six axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
ES40ACi2015–233C-CGEVO-124,200 hp
(2.9 MW)
ES40DC2005–2015522C-CGEVO-124,000 hp
(2.9 MW)
ES44DC2005–2015811C-CGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
ES44DCiC-CGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
ES44AC2005–20152,374C-CGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
ES44ACi2009–Over 320 (8 For passengers)C-CGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
ES44C42009–2015800A1A-A1AGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
ET44AC2015–C-CGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
ET44C42015–A1A-A1AGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
ES58ACi2009–73C-CGEVO-166,200 hp
(3.2 MW)
ES59ACi2008–2010700 (300 dual cab)C-CGEVO-166,000 hp
(4.4 MW)

Eight axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
*ES43BBi2015–7 (Klabin)[5]
43 (Rumo Logística) + 11 to VLi "VL!" Multimodal S.A.
B-B+B-BGEVO-124,400 hp
(3.2 MW)
*Note: GE Brazil has an order for 46 units of this model for Rumo Logística, which will be delivered during the year 2017. Is the most powerful narrow gauge[6] 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) locomotive in the world.[7]

PowerHaul Series

Six axles

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
PH37ACmi2009–201737C-CGE PowerHaul P6163,690 hp
(2.7 MW)
PH37ACmi2009–2014115C-CGE PowerHaul P6163,690 hp
(2.7 MW)

Passenger locomotives

While primarily a builder of freight locomotives, GE has on occasion been called upon to construct passenger models for specific customers. The most recent is the P42DC, ordered by Amtrak to replace the aging EMD F40PH. Additional units have been built for Via Rail Canada.

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
U28CG196610C-CGE FDL-162,800 hp
(2.0 MW)
U30CG19676C-CGE FDL-163,000 hp (2,240 kW)
U34CH197033C-CGE FDL-163,600 hp
(2.7 MW)
U36CG197420C-CGE FDL-163,600 hp (2,680 kW)
P30CH197425C-CGE FDL-163,000 hp (2,240 kW)
P32-8WH199120B-BGE 7FDL-123,200 hp (2,390 kW)
P40DC1992–199444B-BGE 7FDL-164,000 hp (2,980 kW)
P32AC-DM199550B-BGE 7FDL-123,200 hp (2,390 kW)
P42DC1999–2002228B-BGE 7FDL-164,250 hp
(3.2 MW)

Electric locomotives

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementSupply VoltagePower outputImage
NYC T-1
later reclassed
as S-1
19041 New York Central Railroad1-D-1
rebuilt to
2-D-2
600 V DC1,695 hp (1,264 kW)
NYC T-2
later reclassed
as S-2
190634 New York Central Railroad1-D-1
rebuilt to
2-D-2
600 V DC1,695 hp (1,264 kW)
NYC S-31908–190912 New York Central Railroad2-D-2600 V DC1,695 hp (1,264 kW)
GN boxcab19094 Great Northern RailwayB+B6,000 V,
3 phase AC
1,000 hp (750 kW)
NH 068[8]19121 New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad2-B+B-211,000 V AC,
25 Hz
1,560 hp (1,160 kW)
NYC T-1b191310 New York Central RailroadB+B-B+B600 V DC2,500 hp (1,900 kW)
NYC T-2a191416 New York Central RailroadB+B-B+B600 V DC2,500 hp (1,900 kW)
CN Boxcab Electric1914–166 Canadian Northern Railway
(later Canadian National Railway)
B+B2400 V DC1,100 hp (820 kW)
MILW EF-1 / EP-1 (GE's self-proclaimed "King of the Rails")[9][10][11][12]1915–191742 Milwaukee Road2-B+B+B+B-23000 V DC3,340 hp (2,490 kW)
MILW ES-119151 Milwaukee RoadB-B1500 V DC316 hp (236 kW)
MILW ES-21916, 19194 Milwaukee RoadB-B3000 V DC475 hp (354 kW)
MILW EP-2
(“Bi-polar”)
19195 Milwaukee Road1B+D+D+B13000 V DC3,180 hp (2,370 kW)
NRT S104/105 1920 2 Northwestern Elevated Railroad B-B 600 V DC 165 horsepower (123 kW)[13]
Mexican Railway
Boxcabs
192310 Mexican RailwayB+B+B3000 V DC2,520 hp (1,880 kW)[14]
NYC R19262 New York Central RailroadB-B+B-B600 V DC3,320 hp (2,480 kW)
NYC Q1926New York Central RailroadB-B600 V DC1,665 hp (1,242 kW)
NYC T-3192610 New York Central RailroadB+B-B+B600 V DC2,500 hp (1,900 kW)
NH EF219265 New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad1-B+B-11,350 hp (1,010 kW)
NH EY319262 New York, New Haven and Hartford RailroadB+B11,000 V AC,
25 Hz
500 hp (370 kW)
GN Y-1
(PRR FF2)
1927–19308 Great Northern Railway
(sold to Pennsylvania Railroad)
1-C+C-111,000 V AC,
25 Hz
3,000 hp (2,200 kW)
CUT P1-a1929–193022 Cleveland Union Terminal
to New York Central Railroad and rebuilt to class P-2
2-C+C-23000 V DC
rebuilt 600 V DC
3,030 hp (2,260 kW)
NYC R-21930–193142 New York Central RailroadC-C600 V DC2,500 hp (1,900 kW)
NH EP3193110 New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad2-C+C-211,000 V AC,
25 Hz /
600 V DC
3,440 hp (2,570 kW)
PRR P5a193225 Pennsylvania Railroad
(+13 by PRR, +54 by Westinghouse)
2-C-211,000 V AC,
25 Hz
3,750 hp (2,800 kW)
PRR GG11934–1935
(PRR: 1935–43)
15 Pennsylvania Railroad
(+124 by PRR)
2-C+C-211,000 V AC,
25 Hz
4,620 hp (3,450 kW)
NH EP419386 New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad2-C+C-211,000 V AC,
25 Hz /
600 V DC
3,600 hp (2,700 kW)
NH EF3a19425 New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad2-C+C-211,000 V AC,
25 Hz
4,860 hp (3,620 kW)
2-C+C-21940–4822 Paulista Railway
15 Estrada de Ferro Central do Brasil
2-C+C-23000 V DC3,800 hp (2,800 kW)
2-D+D-2
("Little Joe")
194620 Soviet Railways (not delivered –
5 Paulista Railway
3 South Shore Line
12 Milwaukee Road)
2-D+D-23,300 V DC
As rebuilt by CSS&SB:
1,500 V DC
5,500 hp (4,100 kW)
GN W-119472 Great Northern RailwayB-D+D-B11,000 V AC,
25 Hz
5,000 hp (3,700 kW)
VGN EL-2B19484 sets (2 units each) Virginian Railway(B+B-B+B)+(B+B-B+B)11,000 V AC, 25 Hz6,800 hp (5,100 kW)
per set
CN Centercab Electric19503 Canadian National RailwayB-B2400 V DC1,100 hp (820 kW)
PRR E2b19516 Pennsylvania RailroadB-B11,000 V AC,
25 Hz
2,500 horsepower (1,900 kW)
NH EP5
(PC E40)
195410 New York, New Haven and Hartford RailroadC-C11,000 V AC,
25 Hz /
600 V DC
4,000 hp (3,000 kW)
VGN EL-C
(PC E33)
1956–5712 Virginian RailwayC-C11,000 V AC, 25 Hz3,300 hp (2,500 kW)
PRR E441960–6344 Pennsylvania RailroadC-C11,000 V AC,
25 Hz
4,400 hp (3,300 kW)
PRR E44a1960–6322 Pennsylvania RailroadC-C11,000 V AC,
25 Hz
5,000 hp (3,700 kW)
E50C19682 Muskingum Electric RailroadC-C25,000 V AC,
60 Hz
5,000 hp (3,700 kW)
E60C1972–766 Black Mesa and Lake Powell RailroadC-C50,000 V AC, 60 Hz
(overhead)
6,000 hp (4,500 kW)
E60CH / E60CP1974–7626 AmtrakC-C11,000 V AC, 25 Hz
11,000–13,500 V AC 60 Hz
(overhead)
6,000 hp (4,500 kW)
E25B19767 Texas UtilitiesB-B25,000 V AC,
60 Hz
2,500 hp (1,900 kW)
E42C1978–1981, 199297 Taiwan Railway AdministrationC-C25,000 V AC, 60 Hz
(overhead)
4,200 hp (3,100 kW)
E60C-21982–8339 Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México
2 Deseret Western Railway
C-C25 kV AC, 60 Hz (NdM)
50 kV AC, 60 Hz (DW)
(overhead)
6,000 hp (4,500 kW)

Turbine locomotives

Model designationBuild yearTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
GE steam turbine locomotives193822-C+C-2Steam turbine2,500 hp (1.86 MW)
4500 HP GTEL1948–195426B+B-B+BGas turbine4,500 hp
(3.4 MW)
8500 HP GTEL1958–196130C-C+C-CGas turbine8,500 hp
(6.3 MW)

Indonesian locomotives

Indonesian version is very different, the engine same all the models but the power capability is different, with dual turbocharger or using common rail system with dual turbocharger.

Model designationBuild yearKnown asTotal producedAAR wheel arrangementPrime moverPower outputImage
UM 106T
Shovelnose series
1953CC20027C-2-CAlco 12-244E1,750 hp (1,300 kW)
U18A1A1978–1983BB20359, 52 was rebuilt into U18C (CC201)A1A-A1AGE 7FDL-81,500 hp (1,100 kW)
U18C1976–1992CC20192, 7 was rebuilt into C18MMi (CC204)C-CGE 7FDL-81,950 hp (1,450 kW)
U20C Widecab1995–2000CC20342C-CGE 7FDL-8 (Dual turbocharger)2,150 hp (1,600 kW)
C18MMi2003–2005CC204
1st generation
7 (all rebuilt from U18C (CC201))C-CGE 7FDL-81,950 hp (1,450 kW)
C20EMP2006–2011CC204
2nd generation
30C-CGE 7FDL-8 (Dual turbocharger)2,150 hp (1,600 kW)
CM20EMP2012–2016CC206150 C-CGE 7FDL-8 (Dual turbocharger and common rail)2,250 hp (1,680 kW)

Notes

  • These locomotives are cited from Indonesian Railways 2004 Diesel Locomotive Rosters by Indra Krishnamurti, except for CC206s, Hartono book Album Lokomotif dan KRL and Lokomotif dan Kereta Rel Diesel di Indonesia published by PT Ilalang Sakti Komunikasi.
  • These locomotives are for Indonesian Railways Co. export only.
  • Although the C20EMPs were introduced in 2006, those locomotives have been operated since 2008. These locomotives were assembled in PT Industri Kereta Api, Madiun.
  • Actually the C18MMis were retrofitted from U18Cs to C20EMP minimum specifications in Jogjakarta Locomotive Workshop (Balai Yasa Yogyakarta) (see above).

References

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