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Diesel locomotive - mobile power station
Type and origin
Power type Diesel
Builder Kambarka Engineering Works
Build date 1980 - 1993 - today
UIC classification B'B'
Gauge 750 mm (2 ft 5 12 in)
Driver diameter 600 mm
Minimum curve 40 m
Length 9,010 mm
Width 2,550 mm
Height 3,495 mm
Axle load 4 tons
Locomotive weight 16 tons
Fuel type Diesel
Prime mover ЯМЗ-236М
Transmission mechanical
Performance figures
Maximum speed 50 km/h
Power output 180 hp
Class  RUS - TU6SPA / (ТУ6СПА)
 Belarus - TU6SPA / (ТУ6СПА)
 Ukraine - TU6SPA / (ТУ6СПА)

TU6SPA (ТУ6СПА) is a Soviet, later Russian diesel locomotive and mobile power station for 750 mm (2 ft 5 12 in) track gauge.


  • History 1
  • Additional specifications 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Diesel locomotive TU6SPA (ТУ6СПА) is a sub-type of the TU8 diesel locomotive equipped with an electric generator used for energy supply to non self-propelled heavy-duty track machines. The TU6SPA was developed in 1987 - 1993 at the Kambarka Engineering Works to replace the aging locomotive classes TU6SRP (ТУ6СРП). The TU6SPA was designed to be used on any gauge from 750 mm (2 ft 5 12 in). The cab is equipped with efficient heat-system, refrigerator, radio-set and air conditioning.[1]

Additional specifications

  • Electric generator
  • Number of seats in the cabin - 6
  • Distance between bogies - 4,000 mm
  • Base of bogies - 1,400 mm
  • Cylinder configuration - V-shaped

See also


  1. ^ Series locomotives locomotives (Russian language)

External links

  • Series locomotives (Russian language)
  • Diesel locomotive - mobile power stations (Russian language)
  • Track renewal train for gauge 750mm (Russian language)
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