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Indian locomotive class WAG-7

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Loco Parade! WAG7 WAG9 WDS6 WAG7 WDG4 | Powerful Loco Line up | Indian Railways

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WAP 4 / WAG 7 starting process and cab view II Railway Tube II

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Superb Starting Sounds Of Pantograph Raising 10,700Hp WAG-7 Locomotives at Lonavala station, India

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Freight Locomotive | FLATBED | CNB WAG7 | INDIAN RAILWAYS

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Melodious Honking by Indian locomotive class WAG 7 sported near Dehri on sone

WAG 7 is the name of a type of electric locomotive used in India. It is the 7th class of Wide Gauge's(W) AC charged(A) and Freight-dedicated(G-Goods) locomotives. Built by Chittaranjan Locomotive Works and BHEL, Jhansi to RDSO specifications. WAG7 is an uprated version of [[Indian locomotive class WAP-4B locomotive with high capacity transformer, rectifier, traction motor, compressor and other matching associated equipments. On 3 August 1992, the first WAG-7 locomotive was inaugurated and christened the name 'SHANTIDAN' in honor of Mother Teresa. The loco is controlled by a tap changer. Indian Railway is going to achieve 7,000,000 tonnes of traffic, WAG 7 is the main stay of loco. In the locomotive vehicle market WAG 7 is more economical option and one of the most affordable in the world. Hence, it has the highest production figures of any locomotive in India.
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