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The Class 628 is a (semi) diesel multiple unit consisted of two carriages, one motorcar (BR 628) and one control car without powersupply (BR 928), developed in the early 1970s. Originally, the BR 628 were ordered to replace ...
The U2 light rail car is an electric multiple unit consisted of two carriages, both with powersupply via overhead wire and one with a pantograph (carriage A), developed in the late 1960s. They were the first trainset for the light rail of Frankfurt/Germany (inaugurated in 1968) and were derived from their two prototype trains called U1. The LRV series names ranging from U1 to U5 in Frankfurt are not to be confused with the light rail lines U1 to U9 where they are in use.
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The Class 430 EMU is an electric railcar for S-Bahn commuter networks in Germany, jointly developed by Bombardier and Alstom.
The first trains are expected to be in service in 2012, replacing the Class 420 EMUs of the Stuttgart S-Bahn.
The one-piece railcars have 315-kilowatt engines and a maximum speed of 120 km/h (75 mph). The train has 52 2nd class seats, eight 1st class 1 seats and 13 tip-up seats. Up to three cars can run together in multiple unit form.
The trains are predominantly used on non-electrified light railways in North Rhine-Westphalia amongst other regions.
The Talent is a multiple unit railcar manufactured by Bombardier that was developed by Waggonfabrik Talbot in Aachen shortly before the company was acquired by Bombardier in 1995. The name Talent is an acronym in German for TALbot LEichter Nahverkehrs Triebwagen (in English, Talbot light suburban railcar).
LINT 41 consists of two parts. Some transportation companies offer ticket machines in the door area. The two-piece railcars have two 315-kilowatt (422 hp) engines.
The trains are mainly used in Northern Germany and North Rhine-Westphalia. They are also quite popular in other European countries. For example in Denmark they are being used by the largest non-state-owned operator, Arriva (a total of 43 units: 30 delivered in 2004-2005, 11 delivered in 2010–11 and 2 delivered in 2012) as well as by Lokalbanen A/S and Regionstog (a total of 42 units delivered in 2006-2007). In the eastern provinces of the Netherlands, they are operated by Syntus.
In 1970 the Nederlandse Spoorwegen decided to make a measurable split in the definitions of local trains and intercity trains. For the new local train projects, NS decided that the Mat'64 just wasn't suitable because of the short distances between the stations..