Amtrak 597, an NRE 2GS-14B Locomotive.
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NRE N-Viromotive 2GS-14B Diesel-Electric Locomotive
The NRE 2GS-14B is a low-emissions Tier 4 genset diesel switcher locomotive built by National Railway Equipment. It is powered by two Cummins QSK19C I6 engines with each one developing 700 horsepower (522 kW) and creating a total power output of 1,400 horsepower (1,040 kW). At least eighteen 2GS-14B genset locomotives have been produced to date, with the majority of these units being manufactured at NREC's Mount Vernon shops in Southern Illinois.
Owner: Belt Railway of Chicago
Road number: 140
Owner: CSX Transportation
Road numbers: 1316-1319
Owner: Dallas, Garland & Northeastern
Road numbers: 140-141
Owner: Fort Worth and Western Railroad
Road numbers: 2013-2014
Owner: Gerdau Ameristeel
Road numbers: 2286-2288
Owner: Northwoods Pulp and Timber
Road number: 104
Owner: National Railway Equipment
Road numbers: 1400, 2007
Remarks: 1400 is a demonstrator; 2007 sold to Orange Port Terminal.
Road number: 1400
Owner: Orange Port Terminal Railroad
Road numbers: 2220-2221
Road number: 70
Owner: Union Pacific
Road number: Y2005
Total Units: 18
NRE 2GS-14B Overview
Type and origin
Power type: Diesel-electric
Builder: National Railway Equipment (NREC)
Build date: December 2005 – Present
Total produced: 18
Gauge: 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)
Prime mover: Cummins QSK19C (×2)
Engine type: Diesel engine
Cylinders: 6 (×2)
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