MODELING THE EGYPTIAN LOCOMOTIVES
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KK-16 (click on link to see prototype) is one of the earliest electric-diesel locomotives to run by the ENR. It was built by Henschel under GM license, and was introduced to service in 1957. It  had a total of 1750 hp.
This HO scale plastic model was made from two shells of an
E8 plastic locomotive. The red and gold logo strips were cut from decal sheets. The fuel tank, the front and back parts, the roof and the body parts were crafted from styrene.
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