British Rail Class D3/5
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|British Rail Class D3/5|
British Rail Class D3/5 was a shunting locomotive built by British Rail at their Darlington Works in England. It was a diesel powered locomotive in the pre-TOPS period and the class was numbered 13152–13166 (later renumbered D3152-D3166).
They were similar to Class D3/4 (TOPS class 10, numbers 13137–13151 / D3137–D3151), but had electrical equipment from British Thomson-Houston rather than GEC. All fifteen locomotives were withdrawn between February and December 1967.
- Wheel arrangement: 0-6-0 shunter
- Introduced: 1955
- Builder: British Railways
- Engine: Blackstone ER6T of 350 bhp (261 kW)
- Ian Allan ABC of British Railways Locomotives. Winter 1962–1963.[full citation needed]
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