|A SBB Class Re 460.|
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The Lok 2000 series are high-tech, passenger electric locomotives built in Switzerland by Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works (SLM) for Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB; English: Swiss Federal Railways) 1991–2003. The series comprises of four classes: the Swiss Class Re 460, the more powerful Swiss Class Re 465, the Norwegian Class El 18 and the Finnish Class Sr2. All have very similar specifications. Hong Kong's Kowloon-Canton Railway Commission (KCRC) operates two Re 460s for their KTT service. The class Re 465 is only operated by Bern-Lötschberg-Simplon railway (BLS) of Switzerland. The Lok 2000s are best known for their quiet operation.
- The Schweizerische Bundesbahnen (SBB) operates 119 Class Re 460s. They are usually painted red with black detailing (roof, skirting). Many, however, receive vinyls for advertising purposes. Numbering: 460 000–460 118.
- The Bern-Lötschberg-Simplon (BLS) operates 18 Class Re 465s. Most are painted blue with gold letting and black detailing (roof, skirting). Some advertise BLS via alternate paint schemes. Numbering: 465 000–460 017.
- Norway's Norwegian Statsbaner (NSB; English: Norwegian State Railways) operates a variant called the Class El 18. These are painted red with black side panels and have forward snowplows.
- Finland's VR-Yhtymä (VR, formerly Suomen Valtion Rautatiet; English: Finnish State Railways) operates a variant called the Class Sr2. They are painted in white with colored logo decals and grey detailing (roof, skirting).
- Kowloon-Canton Railway Commission (KCRC) operates two Class Re 460s. TLN 001–TLS 002.
The locomotive weighs 84 tons in working condition. It uses 15kV catenary and produces 1,100 kW (8,180 hp). Top speed is 230 km/h (services run at 200 km/h).
The word "Lok" is German and roughly translates to "loco", short for "locomotive" (lokomotive in German).