The Jatibarang sugar mill steam locomotive #1 is ready to be hand turned on the small turntable near the shed. The small steamer has been built by Couillet in Marcinelle (Belgium) in 1910.
DVZO steam locomotive E 3/3 8518, built 1914, on the way from Bauma to Hinwil.
DVZO steam locomotive E 3/3 8518, built 1914, is passing over the "Weissenbach" viaduct on the way from Bauma to Hinwil.
Detail of the standard gauge 0-6-0-Tank Henschel on the "Train des Mouettes" tourist railroad.
Exceptional presence of 3 live steam engines in Chaillevettes, home base of the Train des Mouettes tourist railroad:
0-6-0Tank built in1912 by Henschel&Sohn (Germany)
0-6-0Tank #3 built ... (more)
A 0-6-0 Tank #3 « Progrès » built in 1891 by Schneider meets another 0-6-0 Tank built by Henschel in 1912 on the « Train des Mouettes » (Seagulls train) tourist railroad, near Royan. The Schneider... (more)
A very ancient Est Railway 0-6-0T built in 1858 and later modified with three of its sisters for working the 3.3km long Gargan to Livry tramway in the north east suburbs of Paris. Engine No 0.208... (more)
Heavy snowfall in Germany for the first Advent Sunday 2017! VBV #102, a 0-6-0T steam locomotive built by Jung in 1925, from the "Verein Braunschweiger Verkehrsfreunde" (VBV), is pulling ... (more)
Steam locomotive #401 of association steam railway Zürcher Oberland on the way from Bauma to Hinwil during the railway vehicle meeting in Bauma 2017.
Steam locomotive #4 of association steam railway Zürcher Oberland on the way from Bauma to Hinwil during the railway vehicle meeting in Bauma 2017.
Pannier 1501 is the only surviving example of 10 GWR 1500 class 0-6-0PT shunting engines. It was built at Swindon by the Western Region of British Railways in 1949.
0-6-0T #101 (Pinguely 1906) and 2-6-0T #1 (Corpet-Louvet 1906) are pulling a train Saint Valery - Cayeux.
This 0-6-0T, built 1904 by "Corpet-Louvet", is pulling a "museum freight train" Saint Valery - Cayeux.
The BDZ steam locomotive #47.05 is plighted outside of the main railway station of Sofia in Bulgaria. This is a J.A. Maffei engine built in Germany in 1900.