Indian locomotive class WAP-1 homed at the Royapuram shed

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IMPORTANT: EDITORIAL USE ONLY! Vector illustration with front view of passenger electric locomotive WAP-1 used by the South Indian Railway Company. The engine is equipped with pantographs Two Stone India (Calcutta) AM-12, frame frontal plow, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. Abbreviation WAP-1 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “1” - the serial number of the modification of locomotive. Detailed color drawing with badge of Royapuram (the place where the first railway station in South India was built) electric loco shed, all technical inscriptions and designations. The machine is painted in Sapthagiri livery. Isolated object over white background.

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IMPORTANT: EDITORIAL USE ONLY! Vector illustration with front view of passenger electric locomotive WAP-1 used by the South Indian Railway Company. The engine is equipped with pantographs Two Stone India (Calcutta) AM-12, frame frontal plow, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. Abbreviation WAP-1 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “1” - the serial number of the modification of locomotive. Detailed color drawing with badge of Royapuram (the place where the first railway station in South India was built) electric loco shed, all technical inscriptions and designations. The machine is painted in Sapthagiri livery. Isolated object over white background.