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 bodywork. 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.
RUSSIAN LOCOMOTIVE COLD START BREATHS FIRE! COOL! SEE DESCRIPTION PLEASE!
SEE LOCOMOTIVE SPECS BELOW. AMAZING! ACTUAL LOCO SPECS: 740 series engines from 1973 to 1989 were built between. Manufacturer: CKD Prague, Czechoslovakia. Original serial number: T448.0 CSD Power: 780kW Service weight: 72 t Axle Bo 'Bo' Allowed speed: 70 km / h Czechoslovakia after the collapse of the locomotives of the CD, ZSR to have been. Currently, many private railroads operated locomotive. BIG Czechoslovakia, (NOT RUSSIAN SORRY I WAS WRONG) DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE FIRES UP ON A COLD DAY. LITERALLY FIRES UP! SEE IT BELCH FIRE. THIS VIDEO IS COURTESY OF ZCSATO THANK YOU! PLEASE LOOK UP HIS CHANNEL FOR MORE RAILROAD VIDEOS! HAVE NEVER SEEN A DIESEL BURP FIRE BEFORE. BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTE FE UNION PACIFIC NORFOLK AND SOUTHERN ELECTRO-MOTIVE ELECTROMOTIVE GM LOCO GENERAL ELECTRIC
*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: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KenW24s0-Ws