003 - Electric Locomotive No. 3 – “Edvaard Raavde”
Built: 1965 Class/serial no.: Valtikk/BZ447281E Length: 19m Weight: 85 tonnes Power: 1250kW Max speed: 145 kph No. 3 Locomotive, “Edvaard Raavde” - just one among many required to move a train of this magnitude - commemorates the renowned Noorskii writer. And like those others, she has a cab at either end, allowing the train to be pulled up the line in one direction or pushed down it in the other. At the moment, we have forward momentum – “pull up, pull up, pull up!” she see
002 - Electric Locomotive No. 2 - “Tijtaan”
Built: 1983 Class/serial no.: Mammutt/MV206755E Length: 22m Weight: 110 tonnes Power: 1650kW Max speed: 150 kph Nmr. 2 Lokomotiv, “Tijtaan”, is named for her strength and endurance. Although, from time-to-time, Tijtaan has been employed as a first name in Noorii, here it recalls no particular individual. And so No. 2 Locomotive does not celebrate the actor, Tijtaan Andrusavskas (Compartment 29J-9), the vanished poet, Tijtaan Moortengaats (36C-1) or any of the other Tijtaan
001 - Electric Locomotive No. 1 - "Peetruskatedraal"
Built: 1972 Class/serial no.: Komiizaar/KV538192E Length: 20m Weight: 100 tonnes Power: 1500kW Max speed: 165 kph And now my story’s begun… At the head of the train stands Electric Locomotive No. 1, named for St Peetrus’s Cathedral. “The Notre Dame of the North” according to the tuurismisburu, the shell of Sankkt Peetrus stands to the east of the city centre. The locomotive was built for pace rather than traction, pulling passenger expresses between the state’s principal cit