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Surviving and Preserved Steam Locomotives
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A little correction: This loco was supposed to be transferred to Nanded. The one which is plinthed at Mariani Junction isYG 3213.
Posted by Santulan Mahanta on 2014 Feb 11 19:49:28 +0000
That's great piece of information Santulan.... thanks for sharing.
Awesome shot Nirav.
Posted by Sameer Bhatnagar on 2013 Dec 13 04:04:57 +0000
Nice to see it preserved but badly needs a paint job. Especially the rust colour of Western Railway is not up to it.
Posted by Harsh Vardhan on 2013 Dec 11 03:25:48 +0000
thanks for sharing the info which i wasnt knowing at all. :)
BTW is there any such steam loco databse which u maintain ? :)
Posted by Nirav Gala on 2013 Dec 10 14:59:37 +0000
Nice to see another German gentleman of IR being preserved.It was built by Krauss-Maffei Wegmann GmbH & Co. in 1954. Kraus-Maffei now makes defence machinery. I guess it was one of the last MG steams of Wankaner shed operating as late as 1999. Manufacturer's serial No. KrM-18031 Quite a long service period of 55 years.
Posted by Santulan Mahanta on 2013 Dec 10 12:28:47 +0000
This is an MAWD class of loco.
Posted by Bharat Vohra on 2013 Mar 12 21:25:06 +0000
#1798, Manufacturer Number Blw 37997 built in 1948 and was homed at APDJ. However, originally belonged to BBCIR (#1000) and then NER (#1822). Used in the Brahamaputra by Steam Chartar between Guwahati and Pandu.
Posted by Santulan Mahanta on 2013 Mar 12 07:20:12 +0000
Again a beautiful shot. :)
You framed it really well.
Posted by Avishek Basu on 2013 Mar 11 03:28:21 +0000
Thanks for the info Harsh sir. I was not sure about the builder
Posted by Santulan Mahanta on 2013 Jan 18 16:28:18 +0000
WP 7278 (MLW 77360) was amongst the second batch of WP class locomotives built for East Indian Railway by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1949 after the first batch of prototype WP/P supplied by Baldwin in 1947 were deemed successful.
Posted by Harsh Vardhan on 2013 Jan 18 02:53:22 +0000