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Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186 186  
in short
1st order + supplemental order
With its 2005 order for 26 multi-system electrics, Angel Trains Cargo, a UK based lease company, property of the Royal Bank of Scotland, was launching customer of this sub type of the Traxx family. The order was an important driver for Bombardier to develop the 2nd generation/evolution version of the Traxx platform.
 
26 + 9 locomotives
order date 16.03.2005 / 10.01.2006
delivery period 2007-2008
10 locomotives homologated D/A/CH/I/NL + BR
> designation E 186 101-110
> never delivered, Bombardier sold them to Railpool
15 locomotives homologated D/A/NL/BE + BR/HSL
> designation E 186 111-125
10 locomotives homologated D/A/PL
> designation E 186 126-135
 
2nd order
35 locomotives
order date 24.09.2007
built up till now: E 186 241-251, 346-350
> E 186 251 sold to Railpool
 
3rd order in cooperation with Cobra Rail
35 locomotives
order date 23.11.2007
delivery period 06.2008-07.2009
(including 5 locomotives from the second order)
homologated for D/A/NL/BE
> designation E 186 196-235
 
In total 105 units are ordered. 91 units have been seen in ATC colours. Only 80 actually have available for rent by Alpha Trains / RBSAF (04.2011): 186 111-135, 196-235, 241-250, 346-350
 
operator official website:
http://www.angeltrains.com
Bombardier official website:
http://www.transportation.bombardier.com
 
 
At the end of 2005, a wooden model revealed the first properties of the Angel Trains multi-system electrics. Designated as E186 series they would be the first to be delivered in a new green and silver livery, with a white and red front section. White because this is mandatory for a approval of these machine for the Netherlands, red is a demand of Italian authorities. This made one thing very clear, the new multi-system electrics of Angel Trains had to conquer Europe, to become a direct opponent of the Siemens E 189 series.
 
As Angel Trains wants to be the leading provider of rolling stock in Europe, it did not stop with the initial order for 26 multi-system electrics. In 2006 a supplemental batch of 9 machines was ordered, because Angel Trains was chosen to be the provider of locomotive power for the temporary shuttle trains on the Dutch HSL line between Antwerp and Amsterdam. Because rolling stock on this line has to be compatible with both AC and DC currency systems, the E186 series proved to be ideal.
 
In 2007 yet a second and third batch were ordered, together adding another 70 machines to the Angel Trains fleet, then able to keep up with the rapidly growing demand for multi-system electrics for cross-border freight services in Europe.
 
A substantial part (40) of these latter two batches is already allocated to Cobra Rail, a joint venture between Belgian operator NMBS/SNCB and DB Schenker from Germany. For Angel Trains, the leasing agreement with this customer was the direct motive to place its third order.
 
In September 2006 the homologation processes for the E 186 series were put into motion. However things did not come easy, as it took untill 2008 before all countries approved on the E 186 running on their infrastructure.
   
Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: news  
2014
open news
2014-07-09 [CZ] New configuration for Traxx MS: DE-AT-PL-CZ-SK-HU
open news
2014-06-07 [DE/PL] Transchem from Poland hires Traxx MS
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2014-05-27 [DE/PL] Damaged 186 130 to Dessau
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2014-04-25 [PL] AT > DB Fernverkehr 186 130 crashed onto a car
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2014-04-21 [DE] New in the fleet of Locon: 186 249
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2014-04-12 [BE/FR/DE] SNCF Traxx double
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2014-04-09 [NL] Intercity Direct: All Traxx locomotives out of service [updatedx2]
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2014-04-09 [BE/FR] SNCF hires SNCB Traxx locomotive 2902
open news
2014-01-18 [PL/CZ] ITL operates Traxx MS locomotives in Czech Republic
open news
2014-01-11 [EU] Alpha Trains announces acquisition of rolling stock assets
2013
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2013-11-13 [NL/BE] The end of Fyra
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2013-10-07 [BE/NL] Extra Intercity services Brussels - The Hague HS
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2013-10-07 [NL] Extra Fyra services Amsterdam - Rotterdam
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2013-07-29 [BE] 'Hispeed' Traxx no. 186 111 in Belgium
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2013-07-01 [NL/BE] Dutch railways: new Traxx locomotives to replace Fyra Trainsets
open news
2013-04-08 [PL] 186 244, 245 and 249 in a Freightliner Poland train
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2013-03-31 [BE] SNCB 2801 ready for return to Alpha Trains
open news
2013-03-18 [BE/NL] Benelux 2.0 service at full strength
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2013-03-11 [DE] Kassel update
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2013-02-27 [BE] NMBS/SNCB 2901 in service
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2013-02-21 [BE] 186 346-350 back in Belgium
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2013-02-18 [NL/BE] Direct InterCity service The Hague - Brussels re-instated
open news
2013-02-06 [BE] NMBS/SNCB 2801-2803: status update
open news
2013-02-01 [BE/NL] Fyra emergency plan [updated x2]
2012
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2012-12-15 [BE] Reeks 29 is no more (for the second time)
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2012-12-09 [PL] RBSAF Traxx locomotives with Railpool logos
open news
2012-12-05 [PL] RBSAF Traxx locomotives arrive at Silesian Railways depot [updated]
open news
2012-12-03 [BE] NMBS/SNCB returns electrics to Alpha Trains
open news
2012-11-20 [BE/FR] NMBS/SNCB logistics returns 2905 to Alpha Trains
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2012-06-06 [DE/BE] Railtraxx with SNCB/NMBS 2833
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2012-04-20 [NL/BE] NS Hipeed and the Olympics
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2012-02-22 [BE] Where new multi-systems come, others have to go...
open news
2012-01-26 [PL] PKP EU43 series loses its EC2012 livery.. after only some months
open news
2012-01-10 [PL] E 186 248 in ORLEN KolTrans design [updated]
2011
open news
2011-10-24 [DE/PL] livery overview PKP Cargo Logistics EU43
open news
2011-10-13 [DE/PL] new stickers for PKP Cargo Logistics EU43 series
open news
2011-06-13 [DE/PL] PKP EU43-003 "train to 2012"
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2011-05-16 [EU] Railcolor Short
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2011-04-19 [NL] Traxx and NS Hispeed
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2011-02-07 [NL] Fyra experiences the power of Traxx
2010
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2010-10-02 [DE/AT/HU] about the Traxx-s from Neuoffingen
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2010-06-03 [NL/BE] Traxx 186 119 - 175 jaar spoorwegen in België
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2010-02-01 [FR] when SNCB 2904 breaks down
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2010-01-27 [DE] More Alpha units stabled at Neuoffingen
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2010-01-05 [EU] From Angel to Alpha
2009
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2009-12-04 [BE] the new 2900 series
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2009-11-20 [DE/BE] Traxx varia
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2009-11-17 [BE/FR] new Traxx engines for B Cargo / ECR
open news
2009-10-28 [EU] new ATC locomotives
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2009-10-24 [EU] Railcolor short
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2009-09-29 [DE] 186 349 and 350...
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2009-09-12 [NL/BE] SNCB Traxx engines help out with Benelux services
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2009-05-18 [DE] new from Kassel
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2009-05-09 [DE/BE] CobraRail 28 series almost complete
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2009-05-01 [DE/IT] E 186 103 Railpool?
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2009-02-14 [DE] new Traxx locomotives
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2009-01-31 [NL] duration tests for HiSpeed Traxx
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2009-01-17 [EU] Bombardier Short
2008
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2008-12-22 [PL] more EU43s changing colours
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2008-12-19 [PL/DE] more PKP Cargo coloured locomotives
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2008-12-16 [DE/PL] DB has started using its 186s...
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2008-12-12 [DE] new Traxx locomotives
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2008-12-08 [NL] CobraRail Traxx in the Netherlands [correction]
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2008-11-30 [PL] EU43-005 in PKP Cargo outfit
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2008-11-27 [BE] commercial services with CobraRail Traxx units
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2008-11-27 [DE/PL] DB 186 series Traxx units
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2008-11-22 [BE] CobraRail Traxx units [update]
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2008-11-19 [AT] E 186 in Austria
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2008-11-18 [BE] more CobraRail Traxx units
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2008-11-08 [BE] CobraRail Traxx units [update]
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2008-10-31 [EU] Bombardier Short
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2008-10-19 [NL] NS Hispeed E186 122 is red
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2008-09-23 [DE/BE] Cobra Rail 186 209, Innotrans 2008
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2008-09-17 [DE] Traxx at Innotrans
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2008-09-15 [NL] Hispeed Traxx locomotives
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2008-09-08 [NL] trials on the HSL-Zuid Amsterdam-Rotterdam
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2008-09-08 [NL/BE] 186 and the Benelux, update
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2008-08-31 [NL] Hispeed how it shoud be..
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2008-08-23 [DE] ..in Kassel...
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2008-08-20 [BE] 6 new Traxx locomotives delivered to Cobra Rail
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2008-08-11 [NL/BE] 186 hauls the Benelux!
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2008-07-31 [NL/BE] Benelux starts
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2008-07-20 [NL/BE] a new deadline for NS Hispeed and its Traxx locomotives...
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2008-07-19 [DE] delivery of Cobra 186s
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2008-06-30 [EU] Angel Trains Cargo sold
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2008-06-18 [CH] E 186 103-105 transported to Basel
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2008-06-18 [BE] E 186 196 in Belgium
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2008-06-17 [NL] 186 118 powered by Prorail
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2008-06-01 [BE] first Cobra Traxx locomotive to be delivered at 30.06.2008
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2008-05-18 [EU] Railcolor Shorts
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2008-05-14 [DE] snapshot of OHE 186 133
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2008-04-22 [NL] E186 108 in the Netherlands
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2008-04-18 [NL] more E186s delivered to NS Hispeed
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2008-04-12 [PL] PKP Cargo presents the new EU43
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2008-04-08 [BE] SNCB/NMBS 2800 series reborn
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2008-04-08 [NL] more E186s delivered to NS Hispeed
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2008-03-31 [DE] OHE 186 129 in red!
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2008-03-17 [BE] E186 125 hauling freight trains.
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2008-03-11 [DE] E 186 129 hired to the OHE
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2008-02-17 [EU] E186 news
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2008-01-27 [PL] the new PKP EU43 series
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2008-01-18 [NL] update on Hispeed E186 series
Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: 101-110 Transalp configuration  

E 186 101 on trials in Switzerland with the godfather of Bombardier electrics: demonstrator 128 001.

E 186 101-110 were built for ATC in 2006-2007, configurated for Transalp-services; equipped with all necessary safety and signalling systems making it possible to make (theoretically) a non-stop trip from the harbour of Rotterdam, over the Dutch BetuweRoute, through Germany, across the Alps into Italy. This so called north-south corridor is one of the most important routes for freight transport by rail in Europe. The specific systems on board were ETCS (the new European train control standard and required for the BetuweRoute), ATB (Netherlands), Indusi (Germany and Austria), Integra (Switzerland), and SCMT (Italy).

E 186 101 and 102 were built in 2006 to start homologation trials with. The remaining eight machines had their maiden run at the end of 2007 and were then stored. In April and May 2008, E 186 108 visited the Netherlands twice, and made trial runs over the Hoekse Lijn. In May 2008 E 186 109 was used in Austria for ETCS trials. Around the same time E 186 101 was in Italy for completing trials with the new Italian signalling system SCMT. Finally, all 10 machines ended up in and around Bellinzona (CH) in 2009, none of them ever used for a single revenue service as far as we know...

Then, in May 2009, the history of this batch took a strange turn. Appearantly ATC, Bombardier and the new leasing Railpool company had closed a deal in the mean time. That month, E 186 103 got a full repaint in Railpool colours and was presented as such on the Transport&Logistik Messe in Munich. Railpool is since then the owner of this batch, of which all units were repainted and delivered during the summer of 2009.

Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: 251  

In December 2008, unit 186 251 was completed, configured for NL/D/A/CH/IT. It remained the only machine in this number series (25x). It was used for test and trial purposes for a long time. The machine visited Berlin-Hennigsdorf regularly. It was never delivered to AT. Instead, it was repainted in silver and sold to Railpool.
Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: 111-125  

Both Hispeed and Transalp configuration are approved for running on the Dutch BetuweRoute freight corridor.

A very remarkable E 186 sub serie is a batch of 15 locomotives with Hispeed configuration, equipped to haul passenger trains up to speeds of 160 kph. Remarkable because the E 186 series is officially developed for long-haul freight services only, and therefore not very quickly associated with very high speeds… About the history of the E 186 Hispeed;

Freight locomotives for Hispeed services? How come?
From 2000 to 2007, a brand new high speed line has been built, connecting Amsterdam in the Netherlands and Antwerp, Belgium. Passenger trains are now able to connect both cities with top speeds up to 350 kph. The HSL-Zuid, the official name of the line, is part of the north-south route from Amsterdam to Paris.
For the 350 kph non-stop services, already existing Thalys-TGV train sets will be retrofitted. Next to these intercity services, 250 kph fast shuttle trains will run on the HSL-Zuid.
NS Hispeed, the operator that will exploit passenger services on the HSL-Zuid has therefore ordered new 19 train sets. The Italian manufacturer of rolling stock Ansaldo-Breda was awarded with the order in 2004. Starting delivery was scheduled for 2006, the complete HSL-Zuid should be ready by then and regular services than could start in April 2007. This never happened. Finally, first revenue service with the AnsaldoBreda trains commenced in December 2012, but where cancelled in only a few weeks. The NS/NMBS considered the train too unsafe.

Nevertheless, NS Hispeed and the Dutch/Belgian government have singed an exploitation contract, and the government made very clear that it would keep NS Hispeed to its promises, to start with shuttle services in April 2007. Also on very short notice, the operator had to find a acceptable alternative for the V250 train sets.

Finally Angel Trains was requested to provide locomotive power for these temporary shuttle trains, that then would be composed out of 160 kph fast multi-system electrics, with ERTMS and refurbished Dutch ICRm intercity-coaches. The lease company proudly accepted the award and adjusted its initial order for Traxx 2E F140 MS locomotives in January 2006, raising the number on order from 26 to 35. 15 machines of this batch then would be available for ‘high speed’ services on the HSL-Zuid by April 2007, until 2009. 12 of them would be leased to NS Hispeed, and three would be running the Belgian railways. For manufacturer Bombardier this order change resulted in a new challenge: explore the possibilities too use the MS locomotives up to speeds of 160 kph in commercial service. As they were originally designed for freight traffic, the machines have a propulsion system with nose suspended motors, only approved for Vmax = 140 kph. This latter technical issue could be solved by Bombardier, as was proven in 2007. The Hispeed E186s got a full permission for 160 kph for services at the HSL-Zuid (and also in Germany additionally).

roll-out
In September 2006 the very first E186 made its first public appearance, at the international rail way fair Innotrans in Berlin. It was the designated E 186 111, fully configured as Hispeed locomotive. After the event the machine returned to Kassel for the finishing touch, to enter its future service domain for the very first time on December 4th 2006, when it came to the Netherlands for its first trials. What followed was an endless period of trials. First with the three ‘prototype’ locomotives, E 186 111, 112 and 113, built in advance to secure homologation, later on also E 186 114-118 were spotted on Dutch and Belgian territory many times.
In March 2007 the refurbishment of the first ICRm coaches started, but it was already very clear that by April, no final approval of these temporary shuttle trains would be available. As already told, the infrastructure was not even finished by then. As the months went by all 15 machines, E 186 111-125, were completed, but none of them were used for any regular service.

In the Autumn of 2007, E 186 123-125 went to Antwerp as they would be rented by the Belgian railways to secure shuttle services from Brecht to Antwerp. In 2008 they got Blegian service numbers (2801-2803) and started their commercial career with hauling freight trains. Trials runs with Belgian passenger coaches started in June 2008.

At the end of 2007, finally, the very first two machines were officially delivered (113 and 114) to NS Hispeed. E 186 114 was the first to change its appearance and came back from a metamorphosis in a red Hispeed livery with white fronts. Logos were not applied. Between January and June 2008 also E 186 112, 115, 116 and 118-121 were handed over to NS Hispeed and are since then most of the time parked at their new home base, Amsterdam Watergraafsmeer. E 186 113, 115 and 116 got a red livery in February 2008 too. On 17.09.2008 finally the last three machines included in this contract (E186 111, 117, 122) were transported to Amsterdam.


E 186 114 was the first Angel Trains machine to change colour: here present in its future Hispeed basic livery.

alternative purposes
As the lease-contract for these Hispeed machines started in the summer of 2007, so they cost money. And as the HSL-Zuid is considered being not safe enough and the locomotives are still not approved for services in Belgium, NS Hispeed started a search for alternative purposes.
Since September 2007 therefore one speculated on using E 186 111-122 for the conventional Benelux-shuttles, that also run from Amsterdam to Antwerp, and originally would have been replaced by the new V250 trains. For these trains the Traxx machines would then replace the Belgian 11 series locomotives, that suffer from many malfunctions lately, and have become very unreliable.

This plan did not became reality until 11.08.2008. That day it really happened! All administrative and technical difficulties were finally solved and E186 119 had the honour to be the first Traxx locomotive actually hauling a commercial Benelux train from Amsterdam to Brussels. That day Hispeed started to use Traxx machines for two services in total, for which E 186 119-121 were available at that time. Two machines are being parked at both end statiions, while the third one is hauling the train. As per 08.09.2008, six additonal services were taken-over by Traxx machines. E 186 117 and 118 being the next ones to be equipped for these services.

And the HSL-Zuid? It was really quiet overthere until 08.09.2008. NS Hispeed and Prorail than started trials on the new the high speed line between Amsterdam and Rotterdam, continued until 24.10.2008. Its the next phase of the so called 'Intergraal Proef Bedrijf' during which a regular one-hour service will simulated, according to the time table that one would like to introduce in December 2008. Two locomotives type E 186 with ETCS level 1 and two rakes of NS Hispeed Prio-coahes were be available for these tests.

Finally, revenue servcies with the Traxx locomotives on the HSL-Zuid started in 2008. Since then they run with shuttle trains on the route Amsterdam Centraal - Schiphol - Rotterdam Centraal - Breda. The Belgian railways refused to homologate the Traxxs for Belgium.

After the debacle with the AnsaldoBreda trains in January 2013, the Traxxs will continue their services on the HSL-Zuid. 186 111 was sent to Belgium for approval. Political pressure forced the NMBS and NS to come with an alternative for the V250 trains. Traxxs will be a part of this for sure.

Alpha Trains E186: interactive 3D (red Fyra livery)  
360 degrees product view
Rendering and model: Giovanni Grasso and Nicola Mangialardo.
Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: 126-135 East-West configuration  

E 186 126 and 127, both used for homologation trials in Poland, Germany and Austria.

The third configuration included in the 1st order is a batch of 10 machines for the main corridors from Austria and Germany into Poland and vice versa. Rail freight transport is growing very fast Poland, but at the same time it is very difficult to enter the Polish market for foreign operators. Homologation vehicles that offer a possibility for foreign operators to enter Poland is therefore very difficult and time consuming. It was therefore remarkable that already in October 2007, only one year after the first East-West configured machine set foot on Polish ground; the official homologation of the E 186 series for Poland could be announced.

Maybe it makes more sense when you know that the first 6 machines were delivered to the PKP, the national operator from Poland, which announced its deal with Angel Trains Cargo officially in 2007. E186 126, 127, 128, 131 and 132 and 134 are now part of the PKP fleet for a period of 3 years, starting from December 2007. They got PKP designation EU43 001-006 and are used for border crossing services between Poland and Seddin in Germany. 186 126 even got a special PKP promotional livery. The remaining 4 machines are available to other operators. The German open access operator OHE was to first to lease two of them.

Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: 241-250 East-West configuration  
Since 14.12.2008 in Dezember, DB Fernverkehr hired three Traxx MS locomotives with East-West-package for the Berlin-Warschau-Express at least from Berlin (DE) to Rzepin (PL). Two units were selected from the first batch (186 130, 135), a third one had to be built extra. So in December 2008, a 186 241 numbered unit was delivered to ATC and hired to the DB.

Finally, the 241 became part of a batch of ten DE/AT/PL locomotives: 241-250.

Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: 196-235 DE/AT/BE/NL  
Only 7 months after it made its plans made public, the German-Belgian joint venture 'Cobra Rail' received its first locomotives. As you can read in the introduction of this section, it is the third order for 35 Traxx MS locomotives that was inspired by the plans of Cobra Rail. Nevertheless they got the first ATC machines to be built after the first batch was completed. The first machine for Cobra Rail, the designated E186 196, arrived in Belgium Mid June 2008 for some final trials. Per 30.06.2008 the first two locomotives shopuld have been handed over to Cobra Rail. By that time E186 196 and 198 were in Belgium, but commercial service with these machines has not started yet (September 2008).

In Kassel Bombardiers kept on building Cobra Rail locomotives with a very high pace. On August 15 2008 for example, another six machines (E 186 197 and 199-203) could be transported to Belgium. On 15.09.2008, E186 212 already made its maiden run Germany. Delivery of all 40 units was completed around the summer of 2009.

Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: 346-350 DE/BE/FR configuration  
During the summer of 2009 there was some confusion when Traxx MS units that got the ATC standard livery, but also had service numbers from the Euro Cargo Rail batch (186 161-180). Bombardier did a switch here, in order to be able to have another five new units for Angel Trains Cargo ready before December 2009. The last five units for Euro Cargo Rail, 186 176-180, were completed as such from June 2009 on, but after completion repainted in ATC colours. They were renumbered as 186 346-350. Bombardier then built five new units for Euro Cargo Rail, again with the number 186 176-180 in October-December 2009.

The reason why Bombardier had to deliver five extra units to Angel Trains Cargo so fast is that B Cargo was planning on services from Belgium to France, starting in December 2009. By then the 186 346-350 were delivered and put into service as B Cargo 2901-2905.

Alpha Trains / RBSAF E186: Select your Locomotive:  
Bombardier 34299 2006 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 101 35 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34300 2006 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 102 29 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34317 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 103 43 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34318 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 104 30 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34319 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 105 35 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34320 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 106 28 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34327 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 107 36 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34325 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 108 37 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34328 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 109 33 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34330 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 110 33 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34303 2006 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 111 17 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34304 2006 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 112 11 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34302 2006 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 113 16 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34310 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 114 13 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34309 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 115 7 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34311 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 116 8 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34321 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 117 13 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34322 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 118 21 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34323 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 119 19 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34331 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 120 12 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34339 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 121 19 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34342 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 122 7 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34312 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 123 17 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34313 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 124 12 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34316 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 125 13 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34305 2006 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 126 26 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34306 2006 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 127 24 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34334 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 128 21 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34335 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 129 22 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34338 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 130 16 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34343 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 131 29 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34346 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 132 22 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34347 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 133 13 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34350 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 134 8 picture(s) available   revision data available graphics available  
Bombardier 34351 2007 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 135 12 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34382 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 196 9 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34383 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 197 6 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34384 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 198 7 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34385 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 199 8 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34386 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 200 11 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34387 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 201 6 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34388 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 202 10 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34389 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 203 10 picture(s) available   revision data available    
Bombardier 34390 2008 TRAXX F140 MS Bo'Bo'-el E 186 204 7 picture(s) available   revision data available    
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