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Class M2

Sri Lanka Railways received Class M2 locomotive fleet from Canada under "Colombo Plan Aid - From Canada" between 1954-1966.IntroductionGeneral Motors EMD, made multi-purpose G8, G9…

Class M3

In 1955 the state owned Ceylon Government Railway, now the Sri Lanka Railways, manufactured Sri Lanka's "first" diesel-electric locomotive using old spares of withdrawn Class S1 DMU power…

Class S13

Sri Lanka Railways Ordered 8 DEMUs from ICF in 2017.The first set of the order was imported in December 2018. One DEMU contains 2 driving cars, 2 driving tailors, 2…

Class S12

Class S12 is a diesel multiple-unit (DMU), built for Sri Lanka Railways by China's CSR Corporation. The first batch arrived in Sri Lanka in August 2012. They…

Class M1

The Class M1 locomotives were built in Loughborough, UK by Brush Bagnall Traction LTD between 1952 - 1955.Sri Lanka Railways (CGR) had 25 locomotives in their Class M1…

Class M6

Sri Lanka Railways M6 is a class of 16 Diesel-electric locomotives imported to Sri Lanka in 1979. Manufactured by Thyssen-Henschel in Kassel, West Germany, under licence…

Class S10

Class S10 is a diesel multiple unit (DMU) train, built for Sri Lanka Railways by China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock Corporation and imported in…

Class M10

Class M10 is a mainline diesel-electric locomotive built by Diesel Locomotive Works, India, which is the largest diesel-electric locomotive manufacturer in India, for Sri Lanka Railways …

Class M9

The Sri Lankan Railways M9 locomotive is a mainline 6 axle Co'Co' diesel electric locomotive built by Alstom (manufacturers code AD 32C) and imported in 2000 for the Sri Lanka Railways.The…

Class M8

Sri Lanka Railways Class M8 is a class of Sri Lankan diesel-electric locomotive that was developed by Diesel Locomotive Works at Varanasi, India, in 1996. This class of locomotives was…

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