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Commonwealth Engineering Type Nationalised, later Private Industry Engineering Rail Founded 1946 Headquarters Australia The Commonwealth Engineering Company Limited (Comeng) is the brand name of a former Australian Engineering Company that designed Locomotives, Electrical Multiple Units (EMU) and Trams. Contents 1 History 2 Products 3 See also 4 References 5 External links 6 End notes History The Commonwealth Engineering Company Limited was a major Australian engineering and railway rolling stock manufacturer. It began in 1921 as Smith & Waddington, a small company in the Sydney suburb of Camperdown building bodies for motorcars and small buses. It was reformed after the Depression as Waddingtons Body Works and moved to Granville. The Commonwealth government took control of the company during World War II to produce materiel in the Granville factory. The government bought up a controlling stake of the shares in 1946 and changed the name to Commonwealth Engineering. The company name was changed to Commonwealth Holdings Limited in 1963. It was taken over by Australian National Industries Limited in 1983 and Comeng became ANI's rolling stock division. ANI sold Comeng to ABB Transportation in 1990. This later became Adtranz and is now part of Bombardier Transportation. The first of a three volume history of Comeng by John Dunn was published in 2006, and the second in 2008. Products Vehicles manufactured by Commonwealth Engineering include: L, R & S sets Sydney electric train U set Sydney electric train CityRail V set V set Sydney electric train 442 class diesel locomotive (final 6 units) 70 class diesel hydraulic locomotive 80 class diesel electric locomotive 85 class electric locomotive 86 class electric locomotive XPT diesel train Comeng type Melbourne electric train ADK class railcar Prospector diesel railcars 2000 class Adelaide railcar TransAdelaide 3100 class railcars built by Clyde. Identical to earlier Comeng models. TransAdelaide Comeng 2000 class railcar set. 3000 class Adelaide railcar Post War Sydney R1 trams. Entered service between 1950 and September 1953. R1 2087 was the last tram built for Sydney. Z1 class Melbourne tram Z2 class Melbourne tram Z3 class Melbourne tram A1 class Melbourne tram A2 class Melbourne tram B1 class Melbourne tram B2 class Melbourne tram KCR Light Rail tram Diesel Railcars for Indian Railways[1] See also Harris (train) Comeng (train) References Comeng, A History of Commonwealth Engineering Vol I 1921 to 1955 by John Dunn, Rosenberg Publishing, 2006. ISBN 1877058424. External links M class EMU's Further information on the 3000 and 3100 series railcar End notes ^ The Indian Railcar Contract Adam, Eric Australian Railway Historical Society Bulletin, December, 1989 pp285-291