Electric locomotive

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After enjoying Andy’s thread so much I thought I would try a thread on the 5 best looking or favorite electric locomotives. My 5 picks are as follows: 1. GG1 in Brunswick green and with 5 stripes is the best looking for all-time 2. P5a has similar character of a GG1 3. EP-5 Jet in the McGinnis paint scheme 4. E-44 always amazes me how nice a box can look 5. EP-4 very elegant So what are your top 5 electrics and why?

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Kate
British Railways: Class 77 Electric Locomotive 'Juno' (fic… | Flickr Sheffield, British, Electric, Fleet, British Rail, Locomotive, Electric Locomotive, Uk Rail, East Coast Main Line

The EM2 (later Class 77) electric was a legacy of the LNER's pre-war scheme to electrify the East Coast main line using a 1500V DC overhead supply. War got in the way and, when British Railways dusted down the plans, DC traction was already on its way out in favour of a 25 KV AC supply. Only one main line scheme was completed to the old standard, the trans-pennine route from Manchester to Sheffield and Wath. Primarily a freight route, for which the Bo-Bo Class EM1 (later Class 76) was built…

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Ian Roger Beeston
W-1 electric locomotive B-D+D-B powered by 2 W-1 motor-generators, with a total 5,000 horsepower (3.7 MW) Two built at General Electric's Erie works 1947, operated  by GNR. Power 11 kV, 25 Hz AC by roof mounted pantograph. Retired 1956 (electrification shut down), one scrapped 1959, other sold to UP for part of the unsuccessful experimental coal burning turbine-electric locomotive #80. (USA) Zug, Rail Car, Diesel Locomotive, Great Northern Railroad, Old Trains, Heritage Railway, Electric Locomotive, Locomotive, Train Engines

After enjoying Andy’s thread so much I thought I would try a thread on the 5 best looking or favorite electric locomotives. My 5 picks are as follows: 1. GG1 in Brunswick green and with 5 stripes is the best looking for all-time 2. P5a has similar character of a GG1 3. EP-5 Jet in the McGinnis paint scheme 4. E-44 always amazes me how nice a box can look 5. EP-4 very elegant So what are your top 5 electrics and why?

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bobc
Indian electric locomotive class WAG-9 to serve freight trains Electric, Electric Locomotive, Locomotive, Train Engines, Helicopter, Model Railroad, Automobile, Auto, Railroad

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

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High-speed electric locomotive class WAP-5 by Indian Railways Editorial, Electric Locomotive, Locomotive, Electric Train, Train Engines, Aircraft Design, Model Railroad, Model Trains, Train Illustration

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

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Paintcad
Electric locomotive class WAP-7 owned by Indian Railways Electric, Editorial, Electric Locomotive, Locomotive, Electric Train, Train Engines, Used Trucks, Model Railroad, Auto

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

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Pravin David