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From 1932 the New Zealand designed and manufactured K class steam locomotive, with its derivatives the Ka and Kb classes, was the mainstay of New Zealand’s rail services until gradually superseded by diesel-electric locomotives, which were first introduced in 1955. Comparable in capacity with England’s LMS Railway class 8F goods engine, the last 71 K series locomotives were withdrawn in 1969.
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