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What is difference between engine and LOCO?  
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Jul 27 2011 (3:30AM)
Locomotives

Entry# 95     
Kishor*^~
What is difference between engine and LOCO?

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Feb 04 2011 (6:32PM)
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Manish*^   Added by: moderator*^~  Jul 27 2011 (7:02AM)
I have very less knowledge on type of engines. What we were discussing is whether this train has stoppage at Igatpuri. I am sure it would be having as the engine attached at the back of train at Kasara would be removed at Igatpuri.

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Feb 04 2011 (6:37PM)
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chinmay chitale   Added by: moderator*^~  Jul 27 2011 (7:02AM)
wat is ac and dc

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Feb 04 2011 (6:40PM)
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Rajasekhar G*   Added by: moderator*^~  Jul 27 2011 (7:02AM)
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Feb 04 2011 (6:44PM)
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Guest: 871531a2   Added by: moderator*^~  Jul 27 2011 (7:02AM)
AC - alternate current...DC - Direct current

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Feb 05 2011 (1:25PM)
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vara prasad   Added by: moderator*^~  Jul 28 2011 (4:44AM)
Engine is general word .. for vechicles / machines
but in railways the techinal word LOCO is used for engine .. may be there exists any other clarification also.. lets see any other member can reply for it

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Feb 05 2011 (1:26PM)
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Lawansh Singh*^   Added by: moderator*^~  Jul 27 2011 (7:02AM)
Both are one and the same thing
Engine (abbreviated as ENG)
Locomotive (abbreviated as LOCO)
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