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German operator HVLE has positive news for the fans of new powerful six-axle locomotives: EBA, the German national railway authority, has granted the Stadler Rail EuroDual authorization for operation in Germany. The decision was issued last Wednesday.
Title picture by Wolfgang Scheer: HVLE EuroDual 002 in electric mode testing at Wegberg-Wildenrath – 10.09.2018
The news follows almost three years after HVLE and Stadler Rail announced a deal for the delivery of ten 6.15 MW (E) / 2.8 MW (D) locomotives. Back then, the companies stated that 2020 would be the first year of service, and they kept their word.
On 17.01.2020 HVLE announced its first train with EuroDual left Blankenburg
This article first appeared on railcolornews.com
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