|JRF HD300 Triple|
|Offer Type||Offer Date||Cost||Buy XP||Level||Restrictions|
|Special||2 Dec 2011||320||73,000||86||Limit 1|
|Vintage||14 Oct 2012||320||73,000||86||Limit 1|
| The Class HD300 is a hybrid diesel/battery Bo-Bo wheel arrangement shunting locomotive type operated by JR Freight in Japan. It uses lithium-ion batteries, and tests conducted at Tokyo Freight Terminal in June 2010 demonstrated fuel savings of 36%, emission reductions of 62%, and noise level reductions of 22 dB compared with older class DE10 diesel locomotive. The locomotive is finished in a bright red livery to aid visibility, with yellow and black diagonal warning stripes at the ends.|
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