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Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D3000
Shutter Speed
1/500 second
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F/9.0
Focal Length
200 mm
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800
Date Taken
Aug 7, 2012, 8:33:54 PM
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SBB Re 20-20 or 25'000 kW electric power by SwissTrain SBB Re 20-20 or 25'000 kW electric power by SwissTrain
Re 4/4II, Re 420, Re 421

Data Photographed Locomotive
Road number: 11331 (leading) + 11330 (3rd unit)
Livery: 11331 SFR red, 11330 firgreen

Operation
Years of construction: 19641, 1967-19682, 1969-19853
Road numbers (old): 11101-11349, 11371-11397
Road numbers (UIC): Re 420 101-349
Remodeling (Re 421): 2003-2004
Road numbers (UIC): Re 421 371-397
Quantity built: 276
Quantity today: ~250 (2012)
Application: all purpose locomotive
Maintenance work: Yverdon and Bellinzona
Scrapped: 6 due to accidents
Sale to BLS: 2004-2005, 12 units
Road numbers (UIC): BLS Re 420 501-512

Technical data
Vehicle type: electric locomotive
Manufacturer: SLM Winterthur, BBC Baden, MFO Zürich, SAAS Genève
Wheel arrangement: Bo'Bo'
Top speed: 140 kph, 120 kph (Re 421)
Continuous power: 4'700 kW
Tensile hours: 167 kN
Starting tractive effort: 255 kN
Mountain Power: 500-ton train to 26 ‰ slope at 80 kph
Power system: 15 kV 16,7 Hz
Gauge: 1435 mm

Mass and weight
Length over buffer: 14'800 mm 1, 14'900 mm 2, 15'410 mm 3
Width: 2'970 mm
Height: 4'500 mm
Weight: 80 t, 85t (Re 421)

Other
Owner: SBB CFF FFS (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen), SBB Cargo
Operator: SBB CFF FFS (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen), SBB Cargo
Special Features: Biggest SBB locomotive serie
Precursor: Re 4/4 I
Successor: Re 6/6, Re 620, Re 460

Location: Muttenz, Switzerland

Note: Such a lucky shot, sometimes you have 3 units but two Re 10/10 is anice catch and I got one of the rare Re 420 in firgreen and an Re 620 to. An another nice part is that the two Re 4/4 II are sisters (no. 331 and 330) 1 Prototypes, 2 first series, 3 second series.

Since June/July 2012 the S-Bahn zürich will have double decker waggons which are pushed by two Re 4/4 II "LION".
Re 4/4 11371-11397 were remodeled into Re 421 421 371 - 421 397 for using in Germany by SBB CARGO Germany, she has Indusi an is built for right lane traffic.
SBB Re 4/4 II No. 11103, 11106, 11108, 11109, 11112, 11113, 11133, 11141 are the former Swiss Express locomotives, only 11108 and 11109 still have the orange (white livery.
12 Re 420 where sold to the BLS in 2004, and are used as 420 501-512. No.507 to 512 were already scrapped.

Re 6/6, 620

Data Photographed Locomotive
Road number: 11663 (2nd unit) 11678 (4th unit)
Name: 11663 Eglisau and 11678 Basserdorf

Operation
Years of construction: 1972, 1975-1980
Road numbers (old): Re 6/6 11601 - 11689
Road numbers (UIC): Re 620 001 - 089
Quantity built: 89
Quantity today: 88 (2012)
Application: heavy freight traffic
Scrapped: due to accidents

Technical data
Vehicle type: Six axle multipurpose electric locomotive
Manufacturer: SLM Winterthur, BBC Baden, SAAS Geneva
Wheel arrangement: Bo'Bo'Bo'
Top speed: 140 kph
Continuous power: 7'850 kW (10'700 HP)
Continuous tractive effort: 270 kN
Maximum traction: 398 kN
Power system: 15 kV 16,7 Hz
Gauge: 1435 mm

Mass and weight
Length over buffer: 19'310 mm
Width: 2'950 mm
Height: 3'932 mm
Weight: 120 t

Other
Special Features: Most powerful ever built swiss locomotive
Owner: SBB CFF FFS (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen)
Operator: SBB CFF FFS (Schweizerische Bundesbahnen)
Precursor: Ae 6/6, Ae 610
Successor: Re 460, Re 482

Location: Muttenz, Switzerland

Note: The Re 620, Re 6/6 in the old numbering scheme, are six-axle, electric locomotives of the SBB-CFF-FFS, which were acquired as a replacement for the Ae 6/6 for heavy services on the Gotthardbahn. They are the most modern of the so-called "Gotthard locomotives".

By the Was 25'000 kW are about 33'500 hp
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TheMightyQuinn Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Very cool!

Nice symmetry too.
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SwissTrain Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2012
Thank you very much!
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JSH50 Featured By Owner Aug 9, 2012
Awesome shot!
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SwissTrain Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2012
Thank you very much!
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JSH50 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2012
My pleasure!
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