List of stock used by Swiss Federal Railways

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The followling is an incomplete list of locomotives and multiple units used by the Swiss Federal Railways.

Steam locomotives[edit]

Steam locomotives
Class (original) Origin Manufacturer Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers
A 2/4 101–130 JS 101–130 SLM 1892–1896 30 90 1917–1926
151–175 (de) NOB 101–125 SLM 1896–1906 50 90 1917–1925
176–200 (new)
401–515 SCB 251–265 SLM 1897–1903 20 90 1923 Four-cylinder compound
416–420 (new)
A 3/5 501–502 SLM 1907 2 100 1933
601–649 (de) SLM 1907–1915 49 100 1934–1946 Four-cylinder superheated compound
651–652 SLM 1907 2 100 1934–1946 Four-cylinder saturated compound with Brotan boiler; renumbered 810–811 in 1913
701–702 JS 231–232 SLM 1902-1909 109 1 100 809 1926–1964 Four-cylinder saturated (later superheated) compound
703-809 (new)
901–930 (de) GB 201–230 SLM 1894–1905 30 90 1923–27
931–938 (de) GB 931–934

GB 935–938

Maffei 2727–2730

SLM 1892–1895

1908 8 90 1925
B 2/3 1071–1072 (de) VSB 45–46 VSB 1876 2 75 1903 Engerth locomotive
1074–1079 JS 74–75 AK 1085–87, 1277/78/76 1868, 1870 6 75 1904–1907
1080–1082 JS 80–82 SACM 2481–83 1875 3 1903
1161–1190 NOB 51–80 SLM 30
B 3/4 1301–1369 SLM 1905–1916 69 1 75 730 1934–1964
1421–1424 JS 201–204 SLM
1431–1452 NOB 171–192 SLM
1461–1467 SCB 111–117 SCB 45-51 1887–1889 7 1917
1471–1485 SCB 201–210

SCB 211–215

SACM 4420–4429

SLM 1001–1005

1892

1896

15 1925
1486–1495 SCB 216–225 SLM 1253–1262 1900 10 1926–1928
1561–1578 JS 205–222 SLM
1581–1595 (de) VSB 101–115 SLM 1890–1901 15 75 515 1913–1929 Two-cylinder compound
1601–1675 JS 301–375 SLM 1896–1907 147 75 662 1923–1945 Three-cylinder compound
1676–1747 (new)
C 2/2 2151–2193 NOB 207–249 Krauss, MFE 1872–1876 43 1904–1917
C 2/3 2219–2220 GB 19–20 Karlsruhe 1068–69 1883 2 1911, 1913
C 3/3 2401…2416 JS 404…431 AK, SACM
2421–2448 (de) NOB 323–326,

NOB 327–350

SLM 571–574

MFE 1263–68, 1444–52, 1502–07, 1543–46

1889

1873–1876

2451–2470 (de) VSB 1–20 Escher-Wyss, MFE 1855–1859 20 1903–1931
2481–2487 (de) VSB 151–154

VSB 155–157

Hartmann 1814–17

SLM 1070–72

1892

1897

7 1915–1924
C 4/5 2601–2619 SLM 1907–1912 19 65 1930–1935
2701–2732 SLM 1904–1906 32 65 772 1931–1963 Four-cylinder compound
2801–2808 (de) GB 2801–2808 Maffei 2576–81 1906 8 65 1925 Four-cylinder compound
C 5/6 2901–2902 SLM 1913 2 65 1933 Four-cylinder simple
2951–2978 SLM 1913–1917 28 1 65 1074 1954–1968 Four-cylinder compound. Nicknamed «Elephant»
D 3/3 3351–3399 JS 501…555 (various) 1858–1892 49 50 1897–1925
3401–3414 (de) NOB 361–376 SLM 1891–1895 16 1911–1923
3421–3425 JS 561–565 SLM 1890 5 1916
3441…3446 (de) GB 41–46 Krauss 414–417

Karlsruhe 917–918

1874–76 4 1906–1912 44 and 45 withdrawn before SBB takeover
3451–3483 (de) GB 51–66

GB 67–83

MFE 1845–60

SLM 633-34, 653–55, 819–25, 930–34

1881–82

1890–95

33 1912–1925
3601–3618 (de) NOB 377–393 SLM 1897–1900 18 1925–1927
3616–3624 SLM 1902 6 1927
3699 JS 502 Cail/SOS 1858/1888 1 1913 Two-cylinder compound from JS 501–565 series
D 4/4 (de) 4001–4005 GB 141–145 SLM 1391–95 1901 5 45 1926–1928
4101–4136 GB 101–131

GB 132–136

Maffei 1262–1276, 1301–08, 1410–13, 1543–46

SLM 939–43

1882–1890

1895

36 45 1912–1923
D 2×2/2 4601–4612 SCB 169–180 SLM 1897–1900 12 55 1923–1926 Mallet locomotive
Ea 2/4 5031–5033 GB 31–33 Maffei 1548–50 1872 3 1923
Eb 2/4 5425–5430 GB 25–30 Krauss 1007–1012 1882 6 1915–27
5434–5435 (de) SCB 18–19 MFE 1179–80 1872 2 75 1903–1904
5441–5442 JS 13–14 SLM 1876 1 70 1903–1904
5451–5476 JS 17–42 MFE, SLM 1880–1892 26 1 75 1911–1947
5481–5495 SCB 146–160 SACM, SLM 1893–1896 15 75 1915–1938
5595–5599 SCB 141–145 SLM 1891 5 75 1923–1924
Eb 2/5 5680–5699 (de) VSB 21–40 MFE 1857–58 20 1902–1925 Engerth locomotives
Eb 3/5 5801–5834 (de) SLM 1911–1916 34 2 75 1950–1965 Nicknamed «Habersack»
5881–5889 (de) BT 1–9 Maffei 3121–2129 1910 9 2 75 1959–1965
Ec 3/4 6501–6512 JS 601–612
6513–6529
6551–6558 JN 146–153 SLM 441–44,

1053-55, 1223

1886, 1897, 1899 8 65 1935–38
6581–6592 (de) GB 181–192 MFE 1865–72

SLM 332–335

Ec 2/5 6995–6999 (de) SCB 1…38 MFE 255…410 1854–1858 5 1 60 296 1905–1906 Engerth locomotives
Ed 2×2/2 (de) 7681–7696 SCB 181–196 Maffei 1891–1893 16 1 55 515 1910–1938 Mallet locomotives
Ed 4/5 7701–7702 JN 154–155 SLM 1539–1540 1903 2 55 1923
E 3/3 8384 TTB 1 SLM 1875 1 45 1938
8395–8397 VSB E3 1–3 Krauss 1870 3 45 1909–1912
8398, 8399 SCB 1–2 SCB 1876 2 40 1903–1904
8401–8425 SCB F3 5–13, 41–46, 71–80 SLM 1896–1901 25 1 45 1936–1945 Nickname «Tigerli»
8431–8440 JS F3 857–866 SLM 1396–1405 1901 10 45 or 50 1941–1947 Nickname «Tigerli»
8451–8533 SLM 1902–1915 83 21 45 or 50 1946–1966 Nickname «Tigerli»
8561 GB 13 SLM 1875 1 40 1913
8551–8559 NOB F3 452–461 SLM 1894–1896 9 2 40 1930–1938
8571–8576 JS F3 851–856 SLM 1875, 1890 6 2 40 or 45 1911–1916
8581–8589 SCB F3 81–90 SLM 1873–1874 9 40 1906–1917
8651 KLB 1 Maffei 2983 1909 1 1 35
8652 KLB 2 SLM 1897 1 45 1933
8661, 8662 NOB 451, 452 MFE 1519–1521 1876 2 35 1935, 1938
Ed 3/5 8799 JN 144–145 MFE 1303–1304 1873 2 40 1914 Engerth locomotive
E 4/4 8801–8802 SLM 1914 2 60 1964–1965
8851–8856 SLM 1914–1915 6 60 1961–1965
8901–8917 SLM 1930–1933 17 45 1957–1968
G 3/3 (de) 101–110 JS 901–910 SLM 1887–1901 10 1 45 1911–1942 Brünigbahn metre gauge
G 3/4 (de) 201–208 SLM 1674–75, 2222–24, 2401–03 1905, 1912, 1913 8 1 1955 243 1943–65 Brünigbahn metre-gauge
G 3/4 215–218 RhB 15, 16, 9, 10 SLM 1910–11, 1369-70 1908, 1901 4 55 226 1943–65 Brünigbahn metre-gauge; acquired 1924/26
HG 2/2 1001–1013 JS 951–963 SLM 1887–1901 13 1908–1912 Brünig7 metre-gauge
HG 3/3 (de) 1051–1068 SLM 1905–1926 18 2 45 (adh)

16 (rack)

294 1941–1965 Brünig7 metre-gauge

Steam railcars[edit]

Steam railcars
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
CZm 1/2 1 1902 1 1 45 1907 Formerly UeBB, today DVZO

Electric locomotives[edit]

Electric locomotives
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
Ae 4/8 11300 1922 1 0 90 1900 1964 Experimental locomotive «Bastard»
Be 2/5 11001 1918 1 0 75 736 1937 Experimental locomotive «MIDI-Locomotive»
Be 3/5 12201 1919 1 0 75 1177 1963 Experimental locomotive «Slow Berta»
Be 4/6 12301 1919 1 0 75 1570 1963 Experimental locomotive «Doryphore»
Be 4/6 12302 1919 1 0 75 1415 1965 Experimental locomotive
Ce 4/4 13501-13502 1905 2 2 60 257 1968 Experimental locomotives «Eva» and «Marianne»
Ce 6/6 14101 1912 1 0 60 1104 1937 Experimental locomotive «Röthenbachsäge»
Ce 6/8I 14201 1920 1 1 65 1750 1982 Experimental locomotive «Schlotterbeck»
Ae 3/5 10201-10226 1922-1925 26 1 90 1350 1967-1983 Some rebuilt for piggyback service
Ae 3/6I 10601-10714 1921-1929 114 4 90-1104 1600 1970-1994 Longest use period
Ae 3/6II 10401-10460 1924-1926 60 1 100 1500 1965-1977
Ae 3/6III 10261-10271 11 1 90 1350 1965-1980
Ae 4/6 10801-10812 1941-1945 12 0 125 4100 1965-1983
Ae 4/7 10901-11027 Ae 4975 901-027 1927-1934 127 > 10 100 2300 -1997
Ae 6/6 11401-11520 Ae 6105 1952-1966 120  ? 125 4300 from 2001
Ae 8/14 11801, 51, 52 1931-1940 3 2 100-1104 5200-81704 from 1972 3 different types
Be 4/4 12001 1927 1 0 75 900 1981 Inverter locomotive
Be 4/6 12303-12342 1920-1923 40 2 75 1295-17604 1965-1976
Be 4/7 12501-12506 1929 6 1 80 1800 1966-1976
Fc 2×3/3 14101 1912 1 60 1104 1937 «Röthenbachsäge»
Ce 6/8 I 14201 1920 1 65 1750 1982 «Schlotterbeck»
Ce 6/8II1 14251–14285 2 3 1921-1922 33 7 65/754 1650 1968-1986 «Crocodile»
Ce 6/8III1 14301–14318 2 1926-1927 18 2 65/754 1800 1967-1977 «Crocodile»
De 6/6 15301–15303 1926 3 1 50 850 1983 «Seetal-Crocodile»
Re 4/4I 10001–10050 2 Re 4105 1946–1951 50 0 125 1850 1997 Some sold to Classic Rail8
Re 4/4II 11101–11349 Re 420 101–349 1964–1983 249+1 234 140 4700 2007– 12 units sold to BLS
Re 4/4II 11350–11397 3 Re 421 371–397 1984–1985 27 26 140 4700
Re 4/4III 11350–11370 Re 430 350–370 1968, 1971 1+20 21 125 4700 Some in use at SOB
Re 4/4IV 10101–10104 Re 4405 1982 4 0 160 4960 1995–1996 Sold to SOB (SOB Re 446)
Re 4/4V 10501–10523 5 Re 450 000–114 1989–1997 115 115 130 3200 Power head of the Zürich S-Bahn
double-decker trains
Re 4/4VI 10701–10712 5 Re 460 000–118 1991–1997 119 119 230 6100 IC2000
Re 4659 009–018 1994–1997 10 10 230 6100 IC2000
Leased to BLS9
Re 474 001–0183 2004–2005 12 12 140 6400 Two system locomotive DC/AC
Re 481 001–006 2000 6 0 140 5600 2005 Sold to MRCE
Re 482 000–049 2002– (50) 140 5600 Traxx F140 AC
Re 484 001–021 2004–2006 21 140 5600 Traxx F140 MS
Re 6/6 11601–11689 Re 620 001–089 1972–1980 89 88 140 7900
HGe 4/4I 1991–1992 HGe 1005 000–001 1954 2 0 50/33 Brünig7
HGe 4/4II 1951–1952 1986 2 0 100/40 1990 an FO Brünig7
HGe 4/4II 1961–19685 HGe 101 961–968 1989–1990 8 8 100/40 Brünig7

Electric trainsets[edit]

Electric multiple units and trainsets
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
RAe 4/8 102125 RAe 506 605 1939 1 1 150 835 1978 «Churchill-Pfeil»
RAe TEEII 1051-1055 RABe 5065 1961-1966 5 1 160 2310 1995-2000 For TEE service; rebuilt 1988-89 to RABe EC
TGV 112, 114 TGV 500 112, 114 2 2 3006 Model TGV PSE
TGV 4406 TGV 4400 4406 2006 1 1 320 9280 TGV POS, named «Basel»
RABDe 500 000-043 1999-2005 44 44 200 5200 InterCity tilting train (ICN)
RABDe 12/12 1101-11205 RABDe 510 000-017 1965-1967 20 18 125 2444 «Mirage», «Goldküstenexpress»
RABDe 8/16 2001-2004 RABDe 5115 000-003 1976 4 0 125 2250 1997 «Chiquita»
RABe 514 001-060 2006-2009 (60) 140 3200 Siemens Desiro, Zürich S-Bahn
SBB-CFF-FFS RABe 520 000-016 2002 17 17 115 760 GTW 2/8
RABe 521 001-030 2005-2007 30 160 2000 Stadler FLIRT can run on DB
RABe 522 001-010 2007- (10) 160 2000 Stadler FLIRT can run on SNCF 1.5kV DC
RABe 523 001-012 2004-2005 12 12 160 2000 Stadler FLIRT Swiss only
RABe 524 001-019 2007- (19) 160 2000 Stadler FLIRT can run on FS
RABe 526 ? 2002- 90 90 ? 760 Stadler GTW part of SBB's division THURBO
Bem 4/65 1350-13545 Bem 550 000-004 1994 5 5 Direct current Rhône Express Regional Geneva-La Plaine

Electric railcars[edit]

Electric railcars
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
Be 4/6 1601-1619 1923-1927 19 0 1991-1994
De 4/41 1661-16842 1927-1928 24 1 85 806 1987 Rebuilt from Fe 4/4 18501-18524
RAe 2/4 1001-1002 1935-1936 2 1 Nickname «Roter Pfeil» («Red Arrow»)
RBe 4/4 1401-1482 RBe 540 000-079 1959-1966 82 74 125 1988 from 2003
RBDe 4/4 2100-21845 RBDe 560, 561, 562 000-1353 1984-1996 126 126 140 1650 NPZ
BDe 4/4 1621-1651 BDe 5705 1953-1955 31 0 1994-1997
BDe 4/4II 1301-13022 BDe 5715 1956-1957 2 0 110 1090 1995 Direct current
De 4/4II De 110 000-005 (1992-1993) Brünig7, Rebuilt from Deh 4/6
Deh 4/6 901-916 Deh 120 006-012 1941-1942 16 2 75/33 Brünig 7

Diesel locomotives[edit]

Diesel locomotives (excluding shunters)
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
Am 4/6 1101 1938 1 0 110 1620 1958 Gas turbine-electric locomotive
Am 4/4 18461–18467 Am 8415 000–006 1954 7 0 140 2200 1997 Former DB V 200
Bm 4/4 18401–18446 Bm 8405 000–045 1960–1970 46 75 620
Bm 4/4II 18451–18452 1939/1963 2 0 75 1990 Rebuilt Am 4/4
Am 840 001–003
901–903
2003 6 6 120 MaK/Vossloh G2000
Am 841 000–039 1996–1997 40 80
Am 4/45 Am 842 000–001 1991–1992 2 80 MaK G 1204 BB; Sersa
Am 842.1 101–102 2003 2 2 100 Vossloh G1000 BB
Am 843 001–0953 2003–2005 73 100 1500 Vossloh G1700 BB
Bm 6/6 18501–18514 Bm 860 1955–1961 14 75
Am 6/6 18521–18526 Am 861 1976 6 85

Diesel trainsets[edit]

Diesel railcars, multiple units and trainsets
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
RAm TEE I 501–502 1957 2 140 1480 1977 For TEE service, NS had three more (1001–1003). One written off in 1971, remaining 4 sold to Ontario Northland Railway, Canada in 1979

Battery-electric railcars[edit]

Battery-electric railcars
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
Ee 2/2 1–5 (from 1920 Xa 2/2; from 1923 Ta 2/2) 1919 5 0 1936–ca. 1956 reclassified as light shunters from 1923

Heavy shunters[edit]

Heavy shunters
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
Ee 2/2
Ee 922 001-021 2009-2010 21 15 100 612 New electric shunters from Stadler, two-system
Ee 3/4 16301-16302 1922
Ee 3/3 16311-16460 (with gaps) Ee 930 1923-1966 136 40-504 428-5084 199?-
Ee 3/3II 16501-16506 Ee 9315 000-005 1957-1958 6 2 45 525 currently Two system, pre-series
Ee 3/3II 16511-16519 Ee 9325 000-008 1962-1963 9 9 45 525 Two system, bought 1971-72 from SNCF
Ee 3/3IV 16551-16560 Ee 9345 551-560 1962-1963 10 10 60 390 Four system
Ee 6/6 16801-16802 Ee 960 000-001 1952 2
Ee 6/6II 16811-16820 Ee 961 000-009 1980 10
Eem 6/6 17001-17006 Eem 962 1970 6 Rebuilt to Em 6/6
Em 3/3 18801-18841 Em 830 000-040 41
Em 831 1992-
Em 6/6 Em 862 000-004 5

Light shunters[edit]

Light shunters
Class (original) Class (UIC) Years
Constructed
Quantity
delivered
Quantity
in service
Maximum
speed (km/h)
Power (kW) Withdrawn
from
service
Comments
Type Numbers Type Numbers
Ta 966, 968-976 Ta 200/201 001-005
010-012
020-025
TeI 1-60 Te 210 000-059 60
TeII 61-97 Te 211 000-036 37
TeIII 121-138 Te 212 18
TeIV 8201-8203 Te 214 000-002 3
TemI 251-275 Tem 220 25
TemII 276-298 Tem 221 000-022 22
TemIII 321-365 Tem 222 45
Tm 401-403 Tm 230 001-003 18
TmI 407-503 Tm 230.4
TmII 601-853 Tm 230.6
TmIII 901-924
9451-9463
9501-9597
Tm 231 000-023
100-112
200-296
1976-1988 134
TmIV 8751-8796
9651-9685
Tm 232.1/232.2 100-145
200-234
Tm 230
Tm 232 Modernised version of TmIII
Tm 234 000-149 50 550 Construction shunter «Ameise»
Tm 235 Construction shunter «Robel»

Notes[edit]

1 Designations have changed over time
2 Numbers have changed over time
3 Numbers not continuous
4 Changes within one series
5 Not used any more, not yet used, or defined, but never used
6 Details have changed over time, this is the latest information
7 Today Zentralbahn
8 Classic Rail sold four of these locomotives to MThB
9 These locomotives were bought by the SBB-CFF-FFS and leased to BLS Lötschbergbahn

Pictures of some of the locomotives and multiple units[edit]

Sources, further reading[edit]

See also[edit]

Literature[edit]

  • Hartung, Karlheinz Kleine Typenkunde Schweizer Triebfahrzeuge Transpress Verlag (German)