The overhead view illustrates the two side by side double bank 6LDA's brought together. A close up of the free end of the engine showing a variety of equipment and the instrument board. A view of the 12LDA28 double bank engine that went into the Class 44's, and showing the considerable bulk of the Crompton Parkinson main and auxiliary generator. Receiving the electricity created by the main generator were six traction motors similar to this one. As of July Crompton Parkinson had built, or had on its order books 1, axle-suspended traction motors to power parts of BR's Modernisation diesel fleet. Some of the inner details are captured in this view of the magnet frame showing the field system and rotatable brush gear of the Type C traction motor - six of which powered the Class 44's.
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