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81-717/81-714

The Subway 81-717 (head) and 81-717 (intermediate) were built back in the Soviet Union in the 1970s, this model differs itself from the other 81-models not only for its external look, but for its more powerful engine, without a driver's cabin between the intermediate wagons, and also a bigger range of electronic devices in the cabin. The 81-717/81-714 is part of the 81 series (in some countries named "81-71"), most of the E models that are still a part of the 81 series were not as much as alpha-style like the 81-717. Egorova started a mass-production of these wagons and cabins, not only in small subways, but also big subways, located in Baku, Kiev, Minsk, Moscow, Novosibirks, etc.

Start-up process.

1. Check the on position of all circuit breakers on the PS, except A5. 2. Check the sealing of the safety devices.

   -A5.
   -Braking seal.
   -KAH seals.
   -VAH.
   -WAVE.
   -RC 1.
   -RTS - SLD.

3. Turn on the GV (check the voltage on the v-meter). 4. Turn on the battery, if you wish, turn on the lighting in the driver's cabin. 5. Rear-cabin startup.

   -Open the EPK valve.
   -Turn on the Headlight switch.
   -VUS.
   -Cabin lights (optional).
   -ALS.
   -Radio-Information.

6. Turn on the battery.


7. Check the couplers of the middle wagons, check that the isolation valves are opened and that the EKK is connected perfectly.

8. Front-cabin setup.

   -Check if the safety devices are sealed correctly.
   -Turn on the battery.
   -Open the EPK.
   -Insert the reversible handle (SHIFT+0) and put it to a forward position. (0)
   -Turn on the BPSN and the Compressor.
   -Turn on the headlights.
   -Turn on the bright/dim lights.
   -Turn on the cabin lights (optional).
   -Tick the following switches:
   -ALS.
   -ARS.
   -Announcer.
   -Low frequency amplifier.
   -Check if both doors are operating in the correct way. (both doors must open and close correctly).
   -Set-up the ASNP. (Radio Announcer).
   -Report the DSCP. (Dispatcher) that you're ready.
   -Check the pressure of the train line. (should be between 6 and 8 atmospheres).
   -Check if the pressure of the brake line is not too closed and not too opened.
   -Switch the KV position to X1 and move towards the depot exit (after asking the DSCP. to open the signals), not faster than 15km/h, if weather conditions are adverse,
   do not go over 10km/h.

Modifications.

  • 81-717.1/714.1-Metro: Prague.
  • 81-717.2/714.2-Metro: Budapest.
  • 81-717.3/714.3-Metro: Warsaw.
  • 81-717.4/714.4-Metro: Sofia.
  • * 81-717.5/714.5-Metro: Baku, Dnepropetrovsk, Yekaterinburg, Yerevan, Kiev, Minsk, Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, St. Petersburg, Samara, Tashkent, Tbilisi, Kharkiv.
  • * 81-717.5 M/714.5 M, 81-717.5/714.5, 81-717.5/81-714.5 and 81-717.5/714.5-Metro: Baku, Dnepropetrovsk, Yekaterinburg, Kiev, Minsk, Moscow, Novosibirsk, St. Petersburg.
  • 81-717.6 K/714.6 K and 81-717.6/714.6-Metro: Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod.
  • 81-717.5 A/714.5 (A Retro-Train "Sokolniki") - The Subways Of Moscow.

Locomotives.