WAGR

WAGR may refer to:

  • WAGR (AM), a radio station (1340 AM) licensed to Lumberton, North Carolina, United States
  • WAGR-FM, a radio station (102.5 FM) licensed to Lexington, Mississippi, United States
  • WAGR syndrome
  • Western Australian Government Railways
  • Wilms tumor 1, a protein
  • The Windscale Advanced gas-cooled reactor at Sellafield
  • World Amateur Golf Ranking, the R&A's global ranking system for amateur golfers

Other articles related to "wagr":

Frederick Mills (engineer) - Locomotive Designs
... Design Draftsman in 1926 a new era of locomotive design for the WAGR began ... Designs introduced by Mills over his career include WAGR Dm Class 4-6-4T WAGR S Class 4-8-2 (the only class of steam locomotive to be completely conceived, designed ...
Locomotives Of The Western Australian Government Railways - Late Nineteenth Century
... class of locomotives designed new for the WAGR, and some were later ordered for use in South Africa ... In 1896 two new classes were introduced to the WAGR, namely the N Class 4-4-4T suburban tank engines and the O Class 2-8-0T T, so classified for the presence of tenders and boiler-side fuel-storage. 4-4-0s represented a radical departure from previous WAGR locomotive design ...
Locomotives Of The Western Australian Government Railways
... The WAGR operated a large number of unique steam, diesel and electric locomotive classes ... Often suffering from lack of available funds the WAGR locomotive fleet often consisted of locomotives far older than their expected operational life ... was operated by the government during the WAGR years ...
Locomotives Of The Western Australian Government Railways - Early Steam Locomotives
... The first WAGR locomotives were two 1879 2-6-0 tender engines, later classified as the M class, built in England in 1875 and shipped to WA by sea ... Number 3 became to prototype of the WAGR A class 2-6-0 tender locomotives ... During this time the WAGR had been greatly expanded over the Darling Scarp and into the large agricultural strip to the East, specifically to the centers of Chidlow, Northam and Toodyay (then Newcastle) ...