utilize an EMD Model 567B 16 cylinder engine developing 1,500
horsepower. This drives a generator outputting about 600
volts DC which is transfered to transaction motors on the
two 4 wheel powered trucks. Our units are designed
for heavy hauling service and have a gear ratio of 65/12 which
limits the maximum speed to 55 MPH. Maximum continuous
tractive effort is 52,400 lbs. Fuel capacity is
800 gallons, lubricating oil 200 gallons and cooling water
is 220 gallons. Each unit is 55' - 11" long overall
and weighs approximately 240,000 lbs.
We have repainted the 102 in the red, white and blue "bicentennial" scheme of 1975-76 used on #101. The 101 was renumbered #200 in celebration of the 200th anniversary of our nation and was later sold to a short-line in Kansas. It is now believed to have been scrapped. We have duplicated this beautiful paint scheme with unit 102.
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