332s and 333s aren't purely Siemens products though: AFAIK, they were actually built by CAF (and use many CAF components, including the bogies), but use Siemens traction equipment, so technically they would fall outside the scope of this competition.333's are Siemens built in the UK
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So actually 332's as well since they are something of the same!
Around the start of the 20th century Siemens constructed a number of fairly small Bo-bo electric locos, principally for industrial uses. The Harton Electric Railway in South Shields was a prolific user of this type of loco and there's a couple of examples preserved: Notably at the North Tyneside Steam Railway where they have an operational example, powered by a battery wagon.So for the UK heavy rail this would be the Desiro family; is there anything else or anything for light rail systems in the UK?
I'll reply as I'm about, see the troubleshooting thread: http://www.railforums.co.uk/showthread.php?t=12869 .
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