D1 multiple unit

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D1 multiple unit
One of the newest D1s at Vorokhta station, Ukrainian Railways.
Manufacturer Ganz-MAVAG
Constructed 1960s-1980s
Coupling system SA3
Track gauge 1,520 mm (4 ft 11 2732 in)
Not to be confused with DT1 multiple unit

D11) was a 4-car diesel multiple unit train built in 1960s-1980s by Hungarian producer Ganz-MAVAG for Soviet railways.


One of the rebuilt D1M DMU at Strășeni train station, Moldova

In 2012, Moldovan Railway and Electroputere VFU company in Romania started a complete modernization program for D1 units (as D1M), with most of the parts changed, including installation of a new engine by Volvo Penta. In addition, the refurbished units were equipped with air conditioning system, wireless internet access points, and disability access ramps.[1][2]


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