|Numerous electric locomotives are in service at Yugoslavian National Railroads. They mostly originate from former Yugoslavian Rade Končar, Swedish ASEA and Romanian Electroputere builders.|
The one of the strongest locomotives is 461-class, with C'o-C'o wheel arrangement. Basically Electroputere from Craiova, Romania, produces it.They are originally designated CFR 06QEA. This class is used mostly for freight trains up to 120 km/h.
data: Wheel arrangement C'o-C'o, speed 120 km/h, 5100 kW,
The most frequently used locomotive is 441-class, with B'o-B'o wheel arrangement. It was built by Rade Končar, based on Swedish ASEA Rc - series. 441-031 is one of the older locomotives of this type, without Electro-dynamic brakes.
data: Wheel arrangement B'o-B'o, speed 140 km/h, 3860 kW,
The same 441-class locomotive, with Electro-dynamic brakes. The 441-class locomotives was used for the passenger service.
|Three electric locomotives: 441-751, 441-508, 461-class.|
|Electric locomotive No 17, used in REIK open pit coal mine.|
|Electric locomotive No 18, used in REIK open pit coal mine.|
Overhead wire repair unit.
|Overhead wire repair unit.|