MaK DE 1002
90 km/h (56 mph)
1,120 kW (1,500 hp)
or 1,320 kW (1,770 hp)* 
Köln-Bonner Eisenbahnen (KBE), Köln-Frechen-Benzelrather Eisenbahn (KFBE), and Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln (HGK)
MaK DE 1002 is a class of 4 axle Bo'Bo' diesel-electric locomotives built by Maschinenbau Kiel in association with Brown, Boveri & Cie (later ABB Group).
Design and operation [ edit ]
The locomotives are a standard MaK off-centre cab design similar in appearance and power to the contemporary
MaK G 1204 BB diesel-hydraulic locomotives, but with an electrical transmission supplied by BBC, (later ABB).
Eight locomotives were built with MTU engines for a variety of German private railway operators.
Sixteen locomotives were built with higher powered MWM engines; five for
(KBE), five for Köln-Bonner Eisenbahn (KFBE), and six for Köln-Frechen-Benzelrather Eisenbahn Häfen und Güterverkehr Köln (HGK). All sixteen locomotive became the property of HGK in 1992 on the reorganisation of the  (Cologne city corporation). Since 1992 the HGK locomotives carry the numbers DE 71 to DE 76, DE 81 to DE 86, and DE 91 to 94. Stadtwerke Köln 
Developments [ edit ]
Eurotunnel Class 0001 and NS Class 6400 are related diesel electric developments of this type, with additional specific features for the railway customers.
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