Overview of All illustrations- Vectors, Images and Drawings

Locomotives, American freight cars, European trains, Indian Railways, Dutch houses and Military

VECTORS  

#00144

Side and front view of non Air-Conditioned chair coach in blue-gray livery. The car is basic rolling stock of Karnavati Express train - Mumbai Central - ADI/Ahmedabad Junction. Reporting mark WR - Western Railway zone of Indian Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • Linke-Hofmann-Busch Non AC chair car by Karnavati Express

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#00143

Vector illustration with side and front view of Indian Non AC Linke Hofmann Busch sleeper car in red-gray livery. Details - CBC “H” coupler, FIAT bogies, bio toilets, battery box, ventilation, destination board and number plate, inscriptions and logo of Indian Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • LHB Non AC sleeper by Kaifiyat SF Express Delhi-Azamgarh

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#00142

Vector illustration with side and front view of Indian passenger car Linke Hofmann Busch in red-gray livery of express train Bhagat Ki Kothi - Bilaspur (Jodhpur). General seat coach with bio toilets, all technical inscriptions and logo of Indian Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • Coach LHB in livery of Bhagat Ki Kothi - Bilaspur Express

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#00141

Side and front view of Indian passenger coach LHB (Linke Hofmann Busch) type in livery of Antyodaya express train with route plate Tatanagar-Lokmanya-Tilak. Reporting mark SER- South Eastern Railway zone of Indian Railways. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian LHB car by Antyodaya express Tatanagar-Lokmanya-Tilak

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#00140

Side and front view of Indian passenger coach LHB type - Linke Hofmann Busch in livery of Antyodaya express train. High-quality colored drawing with many details and all technical inscriptions in Hindi and English. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian general seat car with route plate Ernakulam-Howrah

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#00139

Vector illustration with Indian bogie tank "BTFLN" wagon for transportation of petroleum products. The cistern incorporates CASNUB-22 HS bogie, non-transition CBC coupler and mounted single pipe for airbrakes. Car has green livery with all basic technical inscriptions. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian tank car BTFLN type for transport of petrol products

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  • $ 70.00

#00138

Vector illustration with front view of passenger electric locomotive WAP-4 from Indian Railways. Pantographs Stone India AM-12, frame-plow, AAR tightlock and chain link couplers. W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “4” - the serial number of the modification. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian WAP-4 used by Electric Locomotive Shed Bhusawal - BSL

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#00137

Vector illustration with front view of passenger electric locomotive WAP-4 used in Indian Railways. The engine is equipped with pantographs Two Stone India "Calcutta" AM-12. Detailed color drawing with all inscriptions in English for railway company, machine type and serial number. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian locomotive class WAP-4 in livery of Howrah loco shed

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#00136

Vector illustration with front view of passenger electric locomotive WAP-4 used in Indian Railways. Unique livery in cyclamen-purple color and yellow stripes used by Vijayawada electric loco shed. Abbreviation WAP-4 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “4” - the serial number of the engine. EDITORIAL USE
  • Locomotive class WAP-4 in livery of BZA-Vijayawada loco shed

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#00135

Vector illustration with front view of electric locomotive WAP-1 used by Ghaziabad (GZB) division of the Indian Railways. Details - pantographs Stone India (Calcutta) AM-12, frame frontal plow, AAR tightlock and chain link couplers, frontal headlights, electric horns, all technical inscriptions and designations. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian passenger locomotive class WAP-1 in red-yellow livery

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#00134

Vector illustration with front view of passenger electric locomotive WAP-1 used by the South Indian Railway Company. Equipment - two Stone India (Calcutta) AM-12, frame frontal plow, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. The machine is painted in Sapthagiri livery. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian locomotive class WAP-1 homed at the Royapuram shed

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#00132

Vector illustration with front view of WAP-4. One the most widely used machines in India for towing of passenger trains. The engine is equipped with pantographs Two Stone India (Calcutta) AM-12, frame frontal plow, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. EDITORIAL USE
  • Passenger electric locomotive class WAP-4 by Indian Railways

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#00130

Vector illustration with front view of passenger high-speed electric locomotive WAP-5 used in Indian Railways. Engine is homed at Ghaziabad loco shed. The trains of Gatimaan Express and Bhopal Shatabdi use this type machine and they are moving at a speed of 150 km/h. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian locomotive WAP-5 in white livery and two red stripes

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#00129

Vector illustration with front view of electric locomotive class WAG-9 with unique red livery, designed by Mr. Samit Roychoudhury - а longtime member of the Indian Railways Fan Club Association (IRFCA), cartographer and author of  famous atlas book “The Great Indian Railway Atlas“. A WAG-9H engine is heavier variant of the WAG-9. EDITORIAL USE
  • Legendary Indian locomotive WAG-9H with nickname Dr. Silver

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#00128

Vector illustration with front view of high-speed electric locomotive WAP-5 used in Indian Railways to serve passenger express trains. Abbreviation WAP-5 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “5” - the serial number of the modification of locomotive. EDITORIAL USE
  • High-speed electric locomotive class WAP-5 by Indian Railways

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#00127

Vector illustration with front view of electric locomotive WAG-9 used in Indian Railways to serve freight trains. Equipment - pantograph Echeron ES10, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. Abbreviation WAG-9 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, G – Goods and “9” - the serial number of the modification of machine. EDITORIAL USE
  • Indian freight locomotive class WAG-9 with electric traction

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#00126

Vector illustration with front view of high-speed electric locomotive WAP-7 used to serve passenger trains. Details - pantograph WBL-85, AAR tightlock couplers and chain link couplers. WAP-7 mean: W - Broad Gauge, A – AC electric traction, P – Passenger and “7” - the serial number of the modification of locomotive. EDITORIAL USE
  • Electric locomotive class WAP-7 owned by Indian Railways

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#00124

Panzerbefehlswagen III Ausführung K with long anti-tank gun KwK 39 from WW II. Equipment - antenna radio station FuG-8, tubular smoke grenade launchers on turret and side armor skirts- schürzen. Tank was probably used by the 19th Panzer Division, near the Eastern Front, Ukraine.
  • German command tank Panzerbefehlswagen III Ausf. K

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#00123

Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung M with long anti-tank gun 5 cm KwK 39 from armoured 6th Panzer Division, 11th Panzer Regiment. Details - tactical number "601", initials “Op” of General Hermann von Oppeln-Bronikowski, Teutonic white-black cross and insignia for Operation Citadel.
  • German medium tank Panzer III Ausf. M fitted with schurzen

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#00122

Side view of Panzerkampfwagen III Ausführung N from armoured 2nd Panzer Division, 3rd Panzer Regiment. Details - gun 75-mm howitzer,  three-digit tactical number "615", coat of arms of the division with shield, cross and double headed eagle, armor skirts - schürzen.
Operation Citadel, July 1943.
  • Panzer III Ausf N used by Nazi in the Battle of Kursk 1943

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  • $ 70.00