|£9,375 ($18.750)||80 km/h (50 mph)||65 t||600 hp (448 kW)|
|Running Costs / year||Designed||Lifespan||Capacity|
|£990 ($1.980)||1955||22 years||N/A|
The MJS250 is the first diesel powered engine available in sub-arctic and sub-tropical climates. It is cheap but lacks speed and power. Upgrade away from these as soon as time and money permit it. However, a multiheaded engine out of two MJS250s will be cheaper and more powerful than a Wills 2-8-0.
The MJS250 resembles the Davenport 44t switcher.
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