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DSB Class ME Icon Shop Diesel
Statistics
DSB Class ME
Type Icon Shop Diesel (Diesel)
Power 10 Icon Power
Tax 48 Fuel
Dispatch XP 48 XP
Set N/A
OCU Not required
Purchasing Information
Shop Info: Gold Shop Info: Gems
Cost 195,000 Gold Cost N/A
Buy XP 1,950 XP Buy XP
Level 55 Level
Limit 1 Limit
Award Information
Award From Secret Box Historical Mystery Depot[1] Limit
Other Information
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Data corrected with the 28 Nov 2016 Game Update.

This item's graphic was changed with the 12 Dec 2016 Game Update. The original is below:
Old DSB Class ME

At the TrainStation game, DSB Class ME is only available as a random reward from the Mystery Depot in Secret Box item. With power 10 and taxes on fuel 50, this locomotive is useful to player level 60-85 for pulling all cargo wagons.

Versions

There are 3 versions on this locomotive with different power, taxes costing and how to obtain.

  • DSB Class ME, this locomotive, power 10 and taxes on fuel 50, a random reward in the Mystery Depot in Secret Box item.
  • DSB ME Double, two locomotives connect together, power 14 and taxes on fuel 122, available in for player level 138 with 6,300,000 gold in shop.
  • DSB ME Triple, three locomotives connect together.

Variants

  • DSB Class ME Viking, the DSB Class ME with livery of Denmark flag, power 11 and taxes on fuel 100. Available in the the National Flag Engine shop tab.
DSB Class ME Viking

DSB Class ME Viking



  1. This Mystery Depot is no longer available.
Museum
The DSB class ME are a series of diesel-electric locomotives, introduced in 1981. The locomotives were designed to haul heavy regional trains on Sealand in the early 80s replacing much of the old stock which were in use at the time. The first unit arrived in 1981 with many years of delay. In 1983, the DSB had received a total of 30 units, and although there had been some serious technical issues, DSB had found a solution on the problems, and additionally seven more units were delivered. All of the locomotives continues to be in service with the exception of one retired and scrapped because of a fire. They are technically very identical to the NSB Di4.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DSB_Class_ME
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