JNR Class DE10
JR Hokkaido DE10 1715 at Sapporo depot, August 2006
|Type and origin|
|Builder||Kisha, Nippon Sharyo|
|Build date||1966 - 1978|
|Gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Wheel diameter||860 mm|
|Locomotive weight||65 tons|
|Maximum speed||95 km/h (60 mph)|
|Power output||1,250 hp, 1,350 hp (DE10-1000 onward)|
|Operator(s)||JNR, JR Hokkaido, JR East, JR Central, JR West, JR Shikoku, JR Kyushu, JR Freight|
|Number in class||708|
158 DE10-0 locomotives were built with steam heating boilers for passenger use. None of this subclass remains in use on JR, but several examples operate on private railways. DE10 1 is preserved at JR Shikoku's Tadotsu depot.
74 DE10-500 locomotives were built from 1968 with concrete ballast in place of the steam heating boilers for freight use. None of this subclass remains in use on JR, but several examples operate on private railways.
One prototype locomotive, DE10 901, was built in 1967 as a heavy shunting locomotive with ballasting increasing the weight to 70 tonnes. This formed the basis for the JNR Class DE11 design.
210 DE10-1000 locomotives were built from 1969 with steam heating boilers and uprated DML61ZB engines offering 1,350 hp.
265 DE10-1500 locomotives were built from 1969 with uprated DML61ZB engines and concrete ballast in place of the steam heating boilers for freight use.
JR Freight shunting locomotives rebuilt from 2009 from former JR East Class DE15 snow-plough locomotives.
- DE10 1: Previously stored at JR Shikoku Tadotsu depot, and scheduled to be preserved at the Shikoku Railway Heritage Museum from July 2014
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