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(September 19-29, 2013)

Ned Chiariello

The Dinosaur

Boštjan Burger

Death of the Electric Legend

Centralne delavnice Moste, Ljubljana, Slovenia

September 23rd, 2013 / 13:30 CEST

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Steam locomotives were first developed at the end of the 18th century and dominated railway transportation until the middle of the 20th century. From the early 1900s they were gradually superseded by diesel and electric locomotives.

Electric locomotives series 362 could operate on a mountain railway line with very hilly terrain. These locomotives were deployed on the line in Slovenia between 1960 and 1964 and operated until the last drive in Slovenia in year 2009.

Electric locomotive SŽ 362, technical specification: type: Bo’ Bo’ Bo’ year of construction: 1962-1967 builder: Ansaldo, Italy weight:113 t width: 3.15 m axle load: 18,8 t length: 18.4 m driving wheel diameter: 1.250 mm power: 2790 kW top speed: 120 km/h last drive: July 14th 2009

Europe / Slovenia

Lat: 46° 3' 31.32" N
Long: 14° 33' 47.06" E

Elevation: 260 m

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