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@dheerajrao Awesome video! For me, this is the best train video I have ever seen.
@dheerajrao yeahhh,its like there breathing n stuff,i just think that makes it alot more interesting,electric locomotives just basically hummmm,and a GE locomotive is alright,but alco’s ,EMD’s,FM,and Baldwin diesel engines sound a lot more mean,and loud,like when they are working hard ,YOU CAN TELL !!
@shininghappyperson7 Oh…I’ve seen the Acelas only in videos. If I ever see it ‘in person’, my opinion might change. I like steam and diesels for the same reason too. They somehow look like they’re ‘alive’ and huffing and puffing like great big beasts of metal.
Man those tracks look sketchy. And the wobble! yoinks!
@dheerajrao its like a freaking pickle going down the track at 200 miles an hour,its not interesting at all,and most of the paint schemes today aren’t anything cool either.steam locomotives are like they are living and breathing.
@shininghappyperson7 I like the Acela only because it kind of looks cute. Other than that I’m not a big fan of these high-speed aerodynamic trains. They don’t have the charm of good old steam and diesel locos. Diesel and steam locos have that charm which newer and mostly electric trains can never have.
@dheerajrao well i dont really like new trains except for a few,cuz they’re all really ugly,nothing excites me about a wide cab,nothing is grand or cool about an acela and im not going to get my undies in a bunch if i dont see an amtrak train,old alco locomotives and steam locomotives gave you something interesting,you could look at a picture of a diesel locomotive and you couldn’t tell if it was moving or not,with a steam locomotive,rods are flashing and wheels are spinning,INTERESTIN
@shininghappyperson7 I’m not dissing them. ALCO and now GE make good locos esp. in the US, but the case here is different. Our ALCOs here are still made on the basic RSD29 shape and improved design of engine etc. That makes it very very dated. They perform well, no doubt, but the looks are just too old. The newer EMDs rule here. The WDP4 class loco has the highest top speed and the WDP4B has the fastest acceleration, among diesel locos.
@dheerajrao hey man dont be dissing ALCO locomotives they have a higher acceleration speed of any locomotive (besides newer electric) than any other locomotive because there wiring,and for the most part they look nice,what im talking about is like the amtrak GE P42DC locomotives and the P40 and the P32 as well they all look like tuna cans!!! alco is my favorite locomotive make, because they made the nicest looking RS locomotives.and streamlined locomotives..
@shininghappyperson7 Thanks The only tuna-can-type locos we have are the ALCO-based ones.
that was freaking awesome!!!! love high speed trains,and the locomotive doesn’t look like a tuna can!
@Louhapath Thank you!
Magnificent videography !!
Also, there seemed to be an extra bogie attached at the end, and the aftermath raises serious questions about safety.
Sir, this is 70-mm stuff!
@Sameer7678 Thanks sir
Very Nice Video Boss
nice honking by wdp4b
@MrLokFan Glad you liked it
thanks for this very good video from India Like, Greetings from Germany
@DHEERAJ- U R WELCOME, DEAR. I M ALSO ON IRFCA. I HAVE NOT FILMED ANY TRAINS BUT GOT IMAGES OF LOCOS POSTED ON IRFCA. BE SAFE N CARRY ON SUCH ADVENTURES. MAY ALMIGHTY BLESS N SAFE GUARD YOU.
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