Indian Locomotives - Great Peninsular Railway Class GIP No 1 steam locomotive Stamp

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Description:

This engine is representative of the earliest engines employed in India. To operate the train service between Bombay and Thane, the Great Indian Peninsular Railway ordered eight locomotives from Vulcan Foundry, England. These engines GIP Nos 1-8 were manufactured in 1852, bearing maker's numbers 324-331 and were, excepting two contractors locomotives of 1851, the earliest type in service on the railways of India. The first engine entered service in 1853.
block of 4 stamps with upper right margin with traffic light on right margin

Issue Year: 15-May-76

Condition: good condition, very rare gum smudge spots

Type/Series: Commemorative

Denomination: 200 paise

Color: Multicolor

Product Code: 902-4B12
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