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3.
Navy Locomotives.
a. Locomotive Types. See Figures 2-11 to 2-13 for diagrams and pertinent facts for the
locomotives listed below.
SW-1200
120 ton
Baldwin 120 ton
GE
80 ton
GE
65 ton
GE
44 ton
(1) EMD SW-1200 120-Ton Locomotive. These locomotives combine the ability to
achieve significant levels of tractive effort due to their weight of 120 tons and an engine rated at
1,200 horsepower with the flexibility of a switch engine configuration. The windows have been
enlarged for enhanced visibility during switching operations. They are capable of being linked in
multiple unit (MU) operation when higher tractive effort is needed. These units have been totally
rebuilt before entering the fleet and have upgraded control stands complete with series 26-NL
braking systems.
1,200 hp
72,000 lbs. starting tractive effort at 30 % adhesion
37,000 lbs. continuous tractive effort at 10 mph
Max. operating speed - 45 mph
Min. curve radius - 154 ft.
Weight - 240,000 lbs.
(2) Baldwin 120 Ton Locomotive.
1,200 hp
72,000 lbs. starting tractive effort at 30 % adhesion
37,000 lbs. continuous tractive effort at 10 mph
Max. operating speed - 50 mph
Min. curve radius - 154 ft.
Weight - 240,000 lbs.
(3) GE 80 Ton Locomotive.
500 hp
48,000 lbs. starting tractive effort at 30 % adhesion
15,000 lbs. continuous tractive effort at 10 mph
Max. operating speed - 30 mph
Minimum curve radius - 75 ft.
Weight - 160,000 lbs.
(4) GE 65 Ton Locomotive.
400 hp
39,000 lbs. starting tractive effort at 30 % adhesion
12,000 lbs. continuous tractive effort at 10 mph
Max. operating speed - 40 mph (45 if rebuilt)
Minimum curve radius - 75 ft.
Weight - 131,000 lbs.
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