CS4000

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|Description=The CS4000 is very powerful despite its low speed, so it is better for heavy freight trains.
 
|Description=The CS4000 is very powerful despite its low speed, so it is better for heavy freight trains.
|Real-life=The CS4000 resembles to the [[Wikipedia:Krauss-Maffei ML 4000 C'C'|Krauss-Maffei ML-4000]]. CS stands for Chris Sawyer.
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Statistics

Cs4000.png CS4000
Cost Speed Weight Power
£26,953 ($53.906) 96 km/h (60 mph) 150 t 4,000 hp (2,984 kW)
Running Costs / year Designed Lifespan Capacity
£2,956 ($5.912) 1962 20 years N/A

Description

The CS4000 is very powerful despite its low speed, so it is better for heavy freight trains.

Real-life Equivalent

The CS4000 resembles to the Krauss-Maffei ML-4000. CS stands for Chris Sawyer.




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