(HD) Class 37 Thrash 2
A follow up to Class 37 "Thrash", here's part 2 featuring up to thirty
class 37s from the class 37/0, 37/4, 37/5, 37/6 and 37/7 subclasses.
Check out part 1 @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLWHZeoG_iI
37032 first engine start since 2004
Following withdrawal from traffic on the North Norfolk Railway in 2004,
English Electric Type 3 37032 (D6732), has been undergoing an overhaul,
including all major components in the loco, and complete re-skinning of the
On Sunday 27th June, the engine was successfully started for the first time
since 2004, following a comprehensive overhaul. A fair amount of work
still remains to be done on other parts of the loco, but this event was
definitely a major milestone in returning it to traffic, hopefully in the
spring of 2012.
*WITH FLAMES* 37175 Cold Start
37175 performs a start up in the cold outside Bo'ness MMPD on Sunday 15th
January 2012, prior to being dragged to Craigentinny for tyre turning
behind 47760 as 5Z47. Some serious clag and flames! Enjoy!
Click here for when 37175 heads for Craigentinny:
40145 Cold Start
Dave Peacock starts 40145 up in cold conditions, in readiness for a loco
Both 40145 and 50015 were moved to Buckley Wells, where 40145 was inspected
and cleared for running on the East Lancs Ambassador railtour, involving
two class 40s along the length of the ELR, followed by a non-stop run to
Edinburgh with 40145.
A video showing the loco move will be available shortly...
Repair and start up Diesel engine Locomotive EMD GT-26 #9405.
Reparación y puesta en marcha del Motor Diesel EMD GT-26 de Locomotora
Repair and start up of Diesel engine Locomotive EMG GT-26 9405.
Trabajos realizados en los Talleres Diesel Mendoza de la empresa América
Latina Logística S.A. (Tasks that have been made in the Mendoza
Class 20 smokey start up
British Rail Class 20 Diesel locomotive no. 20118 (D8118)
'Saltburn-by-the-Sea' makes a very smokey start up scene at Buckfastleigh,
on a cold November 7th 2009.
37419 COLD START
37419 Trying it's best to start in very cold conditions on the 8th February
2007 at Old Oak Common Depot LONDON UK.
The temperature on this date was -01c - 30.21F .
The power unit is clearly COLD hence the reason it is struggling to
start.It does start once the cylinder temperature rises around the 1:12 min
So,Please, Please stop telling us all how cold it is in your country this
video is not about that.All comments made about how cold it is in your
country will be deleted,we are not interested.Thanks.
"One Million hits" thank you all for the views.
Heavy diesel locomotive sound, at full throttle.
Mz 1405 gives full throttle when the train is on its way up the slope,with
Swedish timber in Norwegian forests.
The sound is strong. Watch, listen and enjoy.
Mz 1405 da todo gas Cuando el tren que sube la colina, con madera de Suecia
en los bosques de Noruega.
El sonido es fuerte. Lista de Observación y disfrutar.
Started the 1966 M35A2 this afternoon... 24 degrees out today.
No block heater, ether, or intake flame heater.
Brake Problems and a Big Smoke Show in South Royalston MA
The highlight of this video is 4 minutes in when Guilford unit 344 cranks
out a huge cloud of black smoke!
AYED with an NS standard cab 8887 leading has brake problems with his train
and drags down grade eventually coming to a stop so the crew on MOAY can
check brake pressure on the marker.
MOAY with GRS 344 leading then departs creating the best smoke show I've
Lots of action at "Guilford speed"
37240 Very Cold Start
Class 37 No 37240 is started on a very cold Sunday at Llangollen River
Sidings. The English Electric Type 3, owned and operated by the Llangollen
Diesel Group, has just had the rings on her B3 piston changed. The
impressive amounts of smoke are typical of cold EE engines. The lack of
white smoke when the engine has warmed up and is put under load shows that
the new piston rings have done the trick. Enjoy!
August 2010 UPDATE: The loco has been overhauled in 2010 and is now
resplendent in 1960's-style BR blue livery and original body condition with
headcode windows and buffer beam skirts.
Fancy driving this beast? Well you can! Find out more at
www.llangollen-diesels.org.uk or send me a message.