British Rail Class EF1 facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBritish Rail Class EF1
|Builder||North Eastern Railway|
|AAR wheel arr.||Bo-Bo|
|Electric system(s)||1500V DC|
|Current collection method||Pantograph|
|Engine type||4x275hp, Siemens|
|Power output||820 kW (1100 hp)|
|Career||North Eastern Railway
|Class||LNER & BR: EB1|
|Number in class||10|
The British Rail Class EF1 (Electric Freight 1) was a class of electrically powered locomotives used by British Rail in England. They were used during the pre-TOPS period. They were also classified as British Rail Class EB1 for a short period of time, although only a single locomotive was completely modified to EB1 condition.
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