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Revision as of 17:17, 15 December 2018

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Statistics
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Type Common Electric (200%)
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Tax Free
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Set N/A
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Museum
The SNCB class 13 is a type of mixed use, 200 km/h, multi-voltage electric locomotive of Tractis type, designed by Alstom in the late 1990s for the Belgian and Luxembourgish railways. Initial introduction revealed a number of problems related to electromagnetic interference with signalling and track circuits. By June 2000, the Class 13 locomotives were able to operate in push-pull mode with I11 type coaches, beginning operation on the InterCity G (Ostend-Antwerp) service. Since June 2001, they are also operating InterCity A services, sleeper services (TAA) between Brussels and Luxembourg, as well as freight trains between Liege and Luxembourg.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SNCB_Class_13
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