Tuesday, September 7, 2010

New locomotive: Renfe Serie 301

The Renfe class 301 is a diesel locomotive series built between 1960 and 1963 by MTM, Pegaso and Macosa companies. It had 119 kW of power, and was able to run at a top speed of 48 Km/h, reduced to 20 Km/h when maniobrando.

This class was known with the nickname of «Pegasines» (little pegasos) because having a Pegaso engine. They were also nicknamed «Mé-Mé». They were originally numbered as class 10100, and there were built a total of 46 units.

The real specifications for this vehicle are (taken from Jorge Sanz's web site):
  • Length: N/A
  • Width: N/A
  • Height: N/A
  • Max. speed: 48 Km/h
  • Engine power: 119 kW

Here are some pictures of this locomotive. Click them to open a gallery where you can find some extra photos.

A 301 class locomotive, in Salamanca (2006)

The 301-001 locomotive, before 10101 (sep-2005)

Simutrans screenshot

Simutrans object data:

TypeDiesel Locomotive
NameRenfe Class 301
Power119 kW
Max.Speed48 Km/h
Intro Year1960
Retire Year1976

This locomotive has been coded as a low power and low speed locomotive, available since 1960. A length of 4 has been used, so that two of this locomotives would fit in half of a tile (standard length should be 8).

You can download the addon with the original livery at The Simutrans Boxroom.

For more information on this locomotive check the following links (in spanish):

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