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New South Wales 79 class locomotive

In 1943, during World War II, four diesel-electric industrial shunting type locomotives built by General Electric Company, Erie for the United States Army Transportation Corps were imported from the United States of America by the Department of S ...

New South Wales 80 class locomotive

The 80 class were built by Alcos Australian licensee Comeng as an evolution of the 442 class. The 80 class were the first locomotives in Australia to feature factory-fitted cab air-conditioning and fibreglass body panels and the first in New Sout ...

New South Wales 81 class locomotive

Eighty 81 class locomotives were built by Clyde Engineering, Kelso between September 1982 and February 1986, to replace 1950s vintage 42 and 44 class locomotives as well as provide additional capacity. The first 42 were based at Broadmeadow Locom ...

New South Wales 82 class locomotive

In 1992 a fleet of 55 EMD JT42C locomotives was ordered from Clyde Engineering, this was later increased to 58. The design was based on the prototype locomotive GML10 built by Clyde Engineering, Kelso in 1990. They have two cabs, built in a hood ...

New South Wales 421 class locomotive

The 421 class are a class of diesel locomotives built by Clyde Engineering, Granville for the Department of Railways New South Wales in 1965/66. These mainline locomotives were a follow on from the 42 class. The 421s retained the classic bulldog ...

New South Wales 422 class locomotive

The 422 class were the first Australian locomotives built with non-streamlined dual cab bodies. Manufactured by Clyde Engineering, Granville, they were introduced into service on the Main South and Illawarra lines where they would spend most of t ...

New South Wales 442 class locomotive

The 442 class are a class of diesel locomotives built by AE Goodwin and Comeng, Auburn for the New South Wales Government Railways between 1970 and 1973.

New Zealand DQ and QR class locomotives

The DQ and QR class were a class of diesel locomotives in New Zealand and Tasmania, Australia. Originally built by Clyde Engineering in the 1960s as Queensland Rail 1460 and 1502 class locomotives, they were purchased by Tranz Rail in 1995 to be ...

NRE E-3000E3B

Qube Logistics ordered 12 units in 2011. The first were delivered in December 2011 and the next seven in 2012. Consolidated rail leasing has an indefinite number of units to order. Once they were brought to Australia, consolidated rail leasing st ...

NREC RL class locomotive

The RL class are a class of diesel locomotives built by Rail Technical Support Group for the National Railway Equipment Company at Islington Railway Workshops in Australia.

QR National 5020 class

In February 2010 QR National ordered nineteen 5020 class locomotives to haul coal trains in the Hunter Valley. They are a heavy haul variant of the UGL Rail C44aci.

Queensland Railways 1150 class

The 1150 class were the first mainline diesels purchased by Queensland Railways. Ten hooded locomotives built by GE Transportation, Erie, Pennsylvania in 1952/53. They were initially numbered 1210-1219. In 1956 they were renumbered as the 1300 cl ...

Queensland Railways 1170 class

The 1170 class were intended as a replacement for the PB15 class steam locomotives on branch lines. They were built by Walkers Limited in Maryborough under licence from GE Transportation. They were originally known as class 1500 class and renumbe ...

Queensland Railways 1200 class

The 1200 class were rostered to haul The Sunlander between Brisbane and Cairns, The Westlander between Brisbane and Roma and The Inlander from Townsville to Mount Isa. A distinctive addition to the 1200S in 1961 was a sun visor to help reduce gla ...

Queensland Railways 1250 class

The design of the 1250 class was unusual being a cab unit with a cab similar to the 1200 class but with a narrow long hood. The first five units was 1.035 kW 1.390 HP engine and a turnbuckle. In subsequent units, equipped 1.145 kW engine 1.540 HP ...

Queensland Railways 1270 class

The 1270 class was devised by English Electric engineer Stan Lyons, based on the body design of North American road switcher but using the same engine and generator as the 1250 class. The first 12 units had the same English Electric 525 traction ...

Queensland Railways 1300 class

The 1300 class were a class of diesel locomotive built by English Electric, Rocklea for Queensland Rail between 1967 and 1972. They were later sold to AN Tasrail.

Queensland Railways 1400 class

In 1955 Clyde Engineering demonstrated an Electro-Motive Diesel G12 locomotive to Queensland Railways who purchased it along with two other demonstrators under construction, and also placed an order for a further 10. The first three were initiall ...

Queensland Railways 1450 class

The 1450 class was an evolution of the 1400 class, being built as a Co-Co instead of an A1A-A1A. This increased the weight by 14 tonnes 13.8 long tons, 15.4 short tons but improved the tractive effort. They mainly operated in South East Queenslan ...

Queensland Railways 1460 class

The 1460 class was an evolution of the 1450 class fitted with a new carbody and cab as well as dual controls and improved generators. Five were fitted with dynamic braking for descending the Haughton Range from Charters Towers to Townsville on th ...

Queensland Railways 1502 class

The 1502 class was an evolution of the 1460 class fitted with a more powerful Electro-Motive Diesel 645E engine and upgraded generators and traction motors. They operated services in South East Queensland including suburban trains in Brisbane. In ...

Queensland Railways 1550 class

The 1550 class were the first locomotives in Queensland to be fitted with low noses. An initial order for 16 locomotives was followed by 11 that were financed by the Queensland Phosphate mining group. The second batch differed in having a lower r ...

Queensland Railways 1600 class

The 1600 class were built as branch line locomotives. They were initially based at Alpha in Central West Queensland. The class was withdrawn in 1991. Five survived: 1613 by the Longreach Powerhouse Museum. 1604 by the Bellarine Railway, Queenscli ...

Queensland Railways 1620 class

The 1620 class was a class of diesel locomotives built by English Electric, Rocklea for Queensland Railways between 1967 and 1969. The 1620 class locomotives similar to the new Zealand Railways De class, also built at rocklea works.

Queensland Railways 1700 class

Initially the 1700 class operated branch line services out of Roma before being relegated to shunting duties. Later they were modified for driver only operation receiving a larger windscreen. They were withdrawn in 2000. 1707 without bogies is pr ...

Queensland Railways 1720 class

The 1720 class were an evolution of the 1700 class. They operated throughout Queensland on branchline freight, suburban and mainline passenger services and on shunting duties. Later they were modified for driver only operation receiving a larger ...

Queensland Railways 2100 class

The 2100 class were built to haul coals trains on the Goonyella railway line. Because the new line had been built to a heavier standard than existing Queensland Railways lines, the 2100 class weighed in at 97.5 tonnes 96.0 long tons, 107.5 short ...

Queensland Railways 2130 class

The 2130 class were an evolution of the 2141 class. They differed by having a flatter roofline to give better clearance when operating under wires. They were financed by the developers of the Saraji coal mine. Between 2005 and 2007 were all rebui ...

Queensland Railways 2141 class

The 2141 class were an evolution of the 2100 class. They differed by having AC alternators instead of DC generators. They were financed by the developers of the Greenvale nickel mine and were initially confined to the 229-kilometre 142 mi Townsvi ...

Queensland Railways 2170 class

The Queensland Railways 2170 class is an Australian diesel-electric locomotive. All were built in the period from 1982 to 1984 Clyde engineering factory Comengs rocklea QLD on the railroad. Most of them were sold for further use abroad with seven ...

Queensland Railways 2250 class

The 2250 class are former 1550 class 6, 2130 class all 11, and 2141 class all 8 locomotives that were rebuilt in 2004. Rebuilds include new cars, electronics 2, ZTR traction control equipment, engines EMD 645E from 1502s and replace blower Roots ...

Queensland Railways 2300 class

The 2300 class are former 1550 and 2400, 2450 and 2470 class locomotives that were rebuilt between 1997 and 2002. Nineteen 1550 class locomotives 1550-1561, 1563-1566 and 1568-1570 were rebuilt as 2301-2315 and 2320-2323. Eighteen 2400 class loco ...

Queensland Railways 2370 class

The 2370 class were a class of diesel locomotive built in 1975 by English Electric, Rocklea for Queensland Railways in Australia. All were later sold to AN Tasrail.

Queensland Railways 2400 class

The 2400 class were an evolution of the 1550 class. They differed in having the modular control system incorporated into the electrical cabinet. Originally it was intended to continue their number sequence from the last 1550, i.e. the first would ...

Queensland Railways 2450 class

The 2450 class were an evolution of the 2400 class. They differed in having air-conditioning, aluminium cabinet doors and upgraded generators. Between 1999 and 2002, seventeen was reconstructed as a 2300 class locomotives in Redbank railway works ...

Queensland Railways 2470 class

The 2470 class were an evolution of the 2450 class. They differed in having lighter alternators and smaller fuel tanks. A 2470 class was built by Clyde Engineering for the Townsville Harbour Board, this was later sold to Queensland Rail. Between ...

Queensland Railways 2600 class

The 2600 class entered service on the McNaughton and Newlands lines. They were based at Pring depot near Bowen. Between July 2000 and May 2001 all 13 were rebuilt by A Goninan & Co with cab extensions. Their weight increased to 109.3 tonnes 107.6 ...

Queensland Railways 2800 class

The 2800 class are a class of diesel locomotive built by A Goninan & Co, Townsville for Queensland Rail between 1995 and 1998. They are currently owned by aurizon, which is applied and works on the North coast lines and mount ISA.

Silverton Tramway 48s class

The Silverton Tramway 48s class are a class of diesel locomotives built by AE Goodwin, Auburn for the Silverton Tramway in 1960-1961. The State Rail Authority 48 class and South Australian Railways 830 class are of a very similar design.

South Australian Railways 350 class

The South Australian Railways 350 class comprised two diesel-electric locomotives built by the railways Islington Railway Workshops that entered service in June 1949. They were the first diesel locomotives operated by the South Australian Railway ...

South Australian Railways 500 class (diesel)

The 500 class were a class of diesel locomotives built by Islington Railway Workshops for the South Australian Railways between 1951 and 1953 using English Electric traction equipment.

South Australian Railways 600 class (diesel)

The 600 class were built by Alcos Australian licensee AE Goodwin, Auburn and are based on the Alco DL-541 model. Forty similar examples were built by AE Goodwin for the New South Wales Government Railways as the 45 class in 1962-64. Two were buil ...

South Australian Railways 700 class (diesel)

The 700 class are a class of diesel locomotives built by AE Goodwin, Auburn for the South Australian Railways in 1971-1972. They are identical to the New South Wales 442 class locomotive.

South Australian Railways 800 class

The 800 class were a class of diesel locomotives built by English Electric, Rocklea for the South Australian Railways in 1956/57. They were nearly identical to the earlier Jamaican Railways 81 class.

South Australian Railways 830 class

The 830 class are a class of diesel locomotives built by AE Goodwin, Auburn for the South Australian Railways between 1959 and 1966. The State Rail Authority 48 class and Silverton Rail 48s class are of a very similar design.

South Australian Railways 900 class

The 900 class were the first main line diesels operated by the South Australian Railways. Ten were built at Islington Railway Workshops to replace steam locomotives on the heavily graded Mount Lofty Ranges. They operated both heavy freight trains ...

South Australian Railways 930 class

The first six single ended examples were delivered in 1955/56 to operate over the steeply graded Adelaide to Tailem Bend line and onwards to Serviceton. A further 31 double ended examples entered service between July 1957 and June 1967 and operat ...

Tasmanian Government Railways X class

The X class was a class of diesel locomotives built by English Electric for the Tasmanian Government Railways between 1950 and 1952. They were the first class of diesel locomotive to enter mainline service on a Government-owned railway in Australia.

Tasmanian Government Railways Z class

With the construction of a new line from Launceston to Bell Bay, Tasmanian Government Railways placed an order for four 1752 kW locomotives with English Electric. However, with the locomotive still under development, it was decided to purchase fo ...

Tasmanian Government Railways Za class

With the construction of a new line from Launceston to Bell Bay, Tasmanian Government Railways placed an order for four 1752 kW locomotives with English Electric. A further two were delivered in 1976, ZA 6 being the final locomotive built by GEC ...