Diesel locomotive class 2067 of the Austrian Federal Railways.
■ With many separately applied plug-in parts
■ Fine wheelsets with low wheel flanges
■ Version in “Valousek” design
■ Long front hood with maintenance flaps
■ Light and sound functions switchable via onboard decoder true to the original model
To replace the old steam locomotives class 392, 694 and others with modern vehicles, the ÖBB purchased powerful diesel locomotives from 1959 onwards. As was usual with the electric shunting locomotives of that time, a drive was installed via a blind shaft and coupling rods. In total, no less than 111 locomotives were delivered to the ÖBB by 1978. The locomotive with hydraulic power transmission has an output of 440 KW and reaches a top speed of 65 km/h. The series 2067, purchased initially as a heavy shunting machine, was also often used in front of passenger and goods trains - for example, on the Gailtal, Ost und Franz-Josefs railway lines. The 2067s are still in operation today. Some vehicles are adapted for private railway companies, for museum use or other particular purposes.
- Number of axles with traction tyres - 1
- Number of driven axles - 3
- Coupling - NEM shaft 362 with close coupling mechanism
- Minimum radius - 358 mm
- Flywheel - yes
- Head light - Both sides of the vehicle are equipped with direction dependent triple headlights.
- Sound - yes