|en/Manual/Base Set/Trains/UU '37'|
|£19,921 ($39.842)||144 km/h (90 mph)||101 t||1,750 hp (1.305 kW)|
|Running Costs / year||Designed||Lifespan||Capacity|
|£1,828 ($3.656)||1959||20 years||N/A|
The first really useful diesel engine, this powerful load-puller may be used as the workhorse of your company for many years to come. It is just as fast as the best steam engines and has excellent horsepower under the hood, making it well suited for pulling long and heavy trains.
This is a renamed version of the British Rail Class 37.
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