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DDR DR Reichsbahn VT18.16 Motor

Wikipedia  "Der VT 18.16 war ein hochwertiger Zug, mit dem die DDR auf den internationalen Bahnstrecken ihr Prestige erhöhen wollte. Produziert wurde er ab 1963 vom VEB Waggonbau Görlitz. Der Prototyp wurde mit zwei 900-PS-Motoren ausgestattet und war für 160 km/h zugelassen, daher stammt die Bezeichnung VT (für Verbrennungstriebwagen), 18 (für 1800 PS) und 16 (für 160 km/h). In der Serienfertigung erhielt er zwei mal 1000 PS. Der Baumusterzug war mit den anderen Zügen nicht kuppelbar und wurde bereits 1977 ausgemustert. Neben den acht Triebzügen wurden sechs Zusatzmittelwagen (VMe) und zwei Reservetriebwagen (VTa 09 /10, später 175 017 + 019) gebaut."

Copyright: Willy Kaemena
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 20/08/2011
Uploaded: 22/08/2011
Updated: 31/07/2016


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