|Garratt P Class|
|Type||Common Steam (100%)|
|Award From||Mahatma #44||Limit||1|
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|The Garratt articulated locomotive was developed by Herbert William Garratt, a British locomotive engineer. He first applied for a patent on the idea in 1907, after observing articulated gun carriages. Indian P Class Garratt locomotive is the biggest and one of the most powerful steam locomotives used in India. There were 4 P Class locomotives made in 1939 taking the total number of Garratt locomotives used in India to 83 engines.|
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