Locomotives of India - Broad Gauge (5 Ft 6 In) Locomotives Used in India - Diesel Traction - Diesel Multiple Units

Diesel Multiple Units

A few routes in India currently have Diesel multiple unit service. Depending on the transmission system they are classified as DEMU (diesel-electric transmission) or DHMU (diesel-hydraulic transmission). There are diesel railcar service in a few places known as 'railbus'.

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