LOCOMOTIVE


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Whether going up or down, the locomotive is always at the lower end of the train.
One expected to see the locomotive pause, or slack up a little, and approach this plunge cautiously, but it did nothing of the kind; it went calmly on, and went it reached the jumping-off place it made a sudden bow, and went gliding smoothly downstairs, untroubled by the circumstances.
By the time one reaches Kaltbad, he has acquired confidence in the railway, and he now ceases to try to ease the locomotive by holding back.
Hell of a way to stop a locomotive,' I complained at Seth, as I climbed down on to the right of way.
But next time you want a ride don't flag a locomotive between stations.
I raced on the heels of the Master Mechanic, carrying one of his babies for him, for the locomotives that was just pulling out.
It rushes across the turnpike road, where there is no gate, no policeman, no signal: nothing but a rough wooden arch, on which is painted 'WHEN THE BELL RINGS, LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTIVE.
The two puny things standing between them seemed already lost, but at the very moment that the beasts were upon them the man grasped his companion by the arm and together they leaped to one side, while the frenzied creatures came together like locomotives in collision.
1%, the average daily capacity of the locomotive in 2017 increased by 3.
229 million at Pakistan Locomotive Factory, Risalpur during the last five years.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Railways has decided to rehabilitate and modernize its 146 non-functional locomotives to facilitate the passengers and generating more revenue for the department.
Black Country veteran Reg Poole was at the helm, supervised by Ron Smith, chief traction locomotive engineer with the West Coast Railway Company.