Germany: DB Railways Bombardier TRAXX Class 245 locomotives leaving Munchen Ost
Bombardier Traxx - start and stop the diesel engine
Bombardier TRAXX Ausfahrt in Berlin Charlottenburg | BR147 004 mit DoStos als RB14
Bombardier TRAXX is a modular product platform of electric and diesel-electric mainline locomotives built by Bombardier Transportation, built in both freight and passenger variants. The first version was a dual voltage AC locomotive built from 2000 for German railways; later versions include DC versions, as well as quadruple voltage machines, able to operate on most European electrification schemes: 1.5/3.0 kV DC and 15/25 kV AC. The family was expanded to include diesel powered versions in 2006. Elements common to all variants include the steel bodyshells, the two bogies with two powered axles each, the three-phase asynchronous induction motors, the cooling exhausts on the roof edges, and the wheel disc brakes.
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