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Indian locomotive class WAP-7

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130 kmph Back to Back Electric Trains hauled by WAP-7

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Indian Locomotive Class WAP 7

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My First *WAP-7 LOCO RIDE with LOCO PILOT* travel with rishi

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INDIAN RAILWAYS: A Short Distance Footplate Inside Indian Locomotive Class WAP-7

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Top 17 Electric Locomotive Badly Damage | Indian Railways | wap7+wap5+wap4+wag9+wcam2p

The WAP 7 is a three-phase AC electric passenger locomotive developed by the Chittaranjan Locomotive Works. It is the most powerful passenger locomotive in the Indian Railways' fleet. It is a passenger variant of the WAG 9 freight locomotive with a modified gear ratio to pull lighter loads at higher speeds. It is capable of hauling 24 coach trains at speeds ranging between 110–140 km/h (68–87 mph), depending on the MPS of the sector, and is now largely used by Northern Railways (NR), South Central Railways (SCR), Southern Railways (SR), and Eastern Railways (ER) among other zones. As of December 2017, there are 430 locomotives in service, all of which are fitted with tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. In February 2017, Diesel Locomotive Works built their first WAP 7 class locomotive.
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