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Twin Diesel ALCO Locomotives Indian Railways Ernakulam Kerala

Ernakulam Twins at Ernakulam North

The double-headed 56362 Ernakulam Jn – Nilambur Road passenger train stands at Ernakulam Town station one fine rain-cooled morning. The train is headed by two MU’ed WDM3A locomotives of the Ernakulam ERS Diesel Loco Shed (DLS) #17894 and #14125, standing glistening in their fresh, scrubbed orange-cream livery, in sharp contrast to the lush green canopy of the rain tree. The ...

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12202 Kochuveli Mumbai Garib Rath Express hauled by ERS WDM3A 14046 at Anjani on the Konkan Railway

Ernakulam’s Orange Hunk Hauls the Garib Rath on the Konkan Railway

Ernakulam ERS diesel loco shed’s Diesel Locomotive WDM3A #14046, one of ERS most trusted and oldest workhorses blasts past Anjani on the Konkan Railway with the 12202 Trivandrum Kochuveli – Mumbai Kurla LTT Garib Rath in tow. The orange-cream-orange livery of the Ernakulam hunk contrasts nicely with the green of the Garib Rath, the stunning green of the Konkan and the ...

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WDG3A Diesel Locomotive of Ernakulam

Ernakulam’s Orange WDG3A Shows her “True Colors”

Ernakulam Diesel Loco shed’s (ERS) WDG3A #14835 diesel locomotive rushes towards Idapalli with the Ernakulam – Nilambur passenger in tow. Behind the peeling and flaking paint of ERS’s standard beautiful orange and cream livery can be seen the old paint of her previous green and cream livery of the Golden Rock (Ponmalai) Diesel Loco Shed, Trichy, the shed it belong to before it was transferred to ERS. ...

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WDP4D 40106 in Kerala

The Dual-Cab WDP4D EMD Stretches out in Full Length!

The WDP4D is the double cab version of the WDP4 and WDP4B, made by Indian Railways to silence the criticism about its odd shaped LHF end. This was made possible by attaching a cab to the cab-less end of the original EMD, which looks a bit awkward, though and at the same time making the long EMD even longer! Managed ...

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