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British Railways Diesel Hydraulic Type 4 2000HP built for the Western Region by North British Locomotive Company using the same basic body shell as Swindon's Class 42, powered by 2 MAN L12V18 diesel engines with Voith L306r Hydraulic transmission. 33 locos built, class introduced in 1960. Hydraulics were declared 'non standard' by BRB which meant that they were all withdrawn by the end of 1971, all being scrapped.

833 Taunton 180771 JM180

833 Taunton 180771 JM180

833-Y-Plymouth-circa1970-AHB811

833-Y-Plymouth-circa1970-AHB811

834 Newton Abbot 171071 JM328

834 Newton Abbot  171071  JM328

834 Newton Abbot 171071 JM185

834 Newton Abbot 171071 JM185

834 West Ealing 140771 DMo064

834 West Ealing 140771 DMo064

836 Newton Abbot SP 060571 JM286

836 Newton Abbot SP 060571 JM286

837 Swindon 230572 JM220

837 Swindon 230572 JM220

837 Swindon 230572 JM221

837 Swindon 230572 JM221

839 Exeter St Davids 180971 JM306

839 Exeter St Davids  180971 JM306

839 Swindon 230572 JM219

839 Swindon 230572  JM219

839 Swindon 230572 JM237

839 Swindon 230572 JM237

841-Exeter-150571-DM098

841-Exeter-150571-DM098

842-Y-Exeter-0769-RPC043

842-Y-Exeter-0769-RPC043

844 Newton Abbot 110771 JM751

844  Newton Abbot  110771  JM751

844 Swindon Works C Shop 0372 NP827

844 Swindon Works C Shop 0372  NP827

845-Exeter-150571-DM095

845-Exeter-150571-DM095

845-Y-Surbiton-1970-RPC821

845-Y-Surbiton-1970-RPC821

847 Newton Abbot 130371 JM320

847 Newton Abbot 130371  JM320

851 Newton Abbot 060571 JM287

851 Newton Abbot 060571 JM287

852 Exeter St Davids 130771 JM752

852  Exeter St Davids   130771 JM752

Categories & Keywords
Category:Transportation
Subcategory:Railway
Subcategory Detail:
Keywords:2200HP, B-B, British Railways, British Railways Modernisation Plan, Class 43, Diesel Engine, Diesel Hydraulic, MAN L12V18/21BS, North British Locomotive Company, Type 4, Voith LT306R hydraulic transmission, Western Region