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Category:British Rail Class 23

English: The British Rail Class 23 Bo-Bo Diesel-electric locomotives (so-called 'Baby Deltics') were a ten strong class of locomotives built by the English Electric Company in 1959. They were numbered from D5900 to D5909. The power unit used a Napier Deltic T9-29 9 cylinder engine of 1100 hp driving an EE generator, which powered the four traction motors.
British Rail Class 23 
English Electric Type 2 (later Class 23) D5902 (8191729240).jpg
class of 10 Bo′Bo′ 1100hp diesel-electric locomotives
Instance of locomotive class
Subclass of diesel-electric locomotive,
Type 2 Locomotive
Location United Kingdom
  • Eastern Region of British Railways (December 1969, April 1959)
  • English Electric (Newton-le-Willows, June 1959, 10, April 1959, 2377–2386)
  • Vulcan Foundry (subcontractor, June 1959, 10, April 1959, D417–D426)
Service entry April 1959
Service retirement December 1969
Authority control
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