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Russian Diesel Locomotives
Third largest rail volumes of the World also make Russia as a huge diesel locomotive user. This is exemplified by the quite large trains and vast distances between different parts of the country.

More information is added regularly.

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Created for 4rail.net by John McKey. Pictures by Andreas Ehnberg, Hannu Peltola, Stanislav Voronin, Ilkka and Sanna Siissalo, Nick Slocombe, Gerard J. Putz and John McKey.




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  RZD ("Russian Railways")  
     
RzD 2M62 unit 0522 in Vainikkala, Finland 2M62 and 3M62
2M62 locomotives formed an important section of the main rail power for the late Soviet period. Thousands are still found in traffic, many more of less refurbished.

Units for operator: thousands
Unit numbers: 2M62-001 - / 2M62U... / 2M62K...
Maximum allowed speed: 100 km/h (62 Mph)  
Drive: Diesel electric, 2 x 1470 kW (2 x 2000 hp)
Usage: heavy freight road locomotive


  Detailed information on 2M62 locomotives... 

 
m62 number 1789 in Sortavala Russia
M62
M62 locomotives were earlier also common in East. Many refurbished units are still running in Russia.

Units for operator: unknown
Unit numbers: M62-001 -
Maximum allowed speed: 100 km/h (62 Mph)  
Drive: Diesel electric, 1470 kW (2000 hp)
Usage: heavy freight switcher and road locomotive


  Detailed information on M62 locomotives... 
 
Belarussian BCh 2Te10M hauling freight through Naujene, Latvia
2Te10 and 2Te10M
Used both for freight and passenger traffic the aging fleet of 2Te10s is still in service.

Units for operator: nearly 10'000, numerous subtypes
Unit numbers: 2Te10-001 -
Maximum allowed speed: most 100 km/h (62 Mph)  
Drive: Diesel electric, 1830 - 2280 kW (2455 - 3060 hp)
Usage: generic freight and passenger road locomotive


  Detailed information on 2Te10 locomotives... 
 
An RzD 2Te116 number 1020 is rolling towards the Fenno Russian border with empties in Imatra. Finland
2Te116
Ukrainean built 2Te116 double diesel locomotives form a backbone of Russian rail freight transportation.

Units for operator: thousands, several subtypes
Unit numbers: 2Te1167-001 -
Maximum allowed speed: 100 km/h (62 Mph)  
Drive: Diesel electric, 2 x 2250 kW = 4500 kW (6035 hp)
Usage: heavy freight road locomotive


  Detailed information on 2Te116 locomotives... 
 
RdZ Tep70BS number 021 in Vainikkala, Finland
Tep70BS
 
RdZ Tep70 number 0217 in Vainikkala, Finland
Tep70
Classic Russian heavy passenger Tep70 locomotives are commonly seen aroudn the Russian networks and border areas outside country. Numerous paint schemes exist.

Units for operator: nearly 602
Unit numbers: Tep70-001 -
Maximum allowed speed: most 160 km/h (99 Mph)  
Drive: Diesel electric, 2980 kW (4000 hp)
Usage: heavy passenger service locomotive


  
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