The British Rail Class 41 were two powercars built in 1972 by British Rail Engineering Limited's Crewe Works to operate with the prototype High Speed Train (HST) with Mark 3 carriages. Thay war numbered D600–D604.

The Prototype 'Warship Class' locomotives

All rights reserved. Aw war named efter Ryal Navy vessels, hence the nameplates each bore a subtitle "Warship Class". 41001 front view 41001 rear/side view The British Rail Class 41 was the original classification for the power cars of the prototype High Speed Train.However, the train was later re-classified as a diesel-electric multiple unit, and the whole set became Class 252.They were of Bo-Bo wheel arrangement. All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries.

They were numbered in … © Valve Corporation. British Rail Class 41 There have been two distinct types of British Rail locomotive that are referred to as Class 41 . History. Mar 17, 2020 - Explore bays0673's board "BR Class 41 'Warship'" on Pinterest. The British Rail Class 15 diesel locomotives, also known as the BTH Type 1, were designed by British Thomson-Houston, and built by the Yorkshire Engine Company and the Clayton Equipment Company, between 1957 and 1961.They were numbered D8200-D8243. See more ideas about Warship, Diesel locomotive, British rail. Awtho thay war withdrawn afore TOPS wis introduced, British Rail clessifee'd them as Class 41. The British Rail Class 31 diesel locomotives, also known as the Brush Type 2 and originally as Class 30, were built by Brush Traction from 1957-62. The British Rail Class 41 diesel-hydraulic locomotives war biggit bi the North British Locomotive Company in Glesga during 1957 an 1958.