Popular Category:Unusual parameters of Infobox locomotive template

This category is automatically populated by certain parameters being passed to . As of April 2011, these deprecated parameters are:

  • 1 (sorted under "σ" i.e. "Σ") - the template takes no positional parameters, so determine if this is a parameter name lacking both equals sign and value, or a parameter value; and then either add the missing half of the parameter, or remove it entirely
  • leadingsize (sorted under "l") - use |leadingdiameter=
  • driversize (sorted under "d") - use |driverdiameter=
  • trailingsize (sorted under "t") - use |trailingdiameter=
  • weight (sorted under "w") - ambiguous; use one or more of |locoweight=, |tenderweight=, |locotenderweight=

The complete absence of certain parameters also triggers this category:

  • name (sorted under "n")

In addition, this category is triggered for certain invalid values being passed in valid parameters:

  • image (sorted under "i") when the relevant image file does not exist

So that articles don't remain in this category too long, a suggestion is made to work on articles beginning with a certain letter. The letter is changed daily.

The current focus is on articles beginning with: G.

Pages in category "Unusual parameters of Infobox locomotive template"

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