The 760mm gauge 0-6-2T U37.002 was built by Krauss Linz in 1898, originally as a Austrian class U. Restored in 2004, she is now a regular performer on the JHMD. During a very dull day, a mixed tra... (more)
During the Baie de Somme Steam Festival, the 062T Buffaud-Robatel n°3714 climbs the sharp grade out of Saint Valery with a train full of passengers, thanks to the assistance of a diesel critter pu... (more)
Taff Vale 0-6-2 No. 85 approaching Oxenhope.
Great Eestern 0-6-2 tank loco no 6695 passes the engine shed at Swanage as it nears the end of its journey on the Swanage Railway. On the turntable is Southern Railway M7 no 53.
A well know British railway photographer once said, 'sunshine is for wimps!' Not every day in Europe is sunny so we have to take our pictures come what may. 760mm gauge 0-6-2T U37.002 was built b... (more)
Pangka's locomotive number 1 is returning to the loading point to bring another load of sugar cane to the mill. This locomotive has been built by Arnold Jung in Germany in 1915.
Pangka's locomotive number 2 is bringing a loaded cane train from the loading point to the mill yard. The nice looking locomotive has been built by Arnold Jung in Germany in 1915.
A routine and a fine tradition
This is one of the afternoon simultaneous departures of 2 steam tourist trains out of Noyelles that take place each day during 6 months between April and... (more)
ZB #5 was built by Krauss in Linz in 1930 and is named "GERLOS". It is seen here being prepared for the day's two round trips between Jenbach and Mayrhofen.
Is this the only location in the world with dual gauge street running? 0-6-2T #3714 heads a freight working over the canal bridge during the railway's 2009 gala weekend.
Buffaud & Robatel #3714 leaves Le Crotoy with a train for St Valery during the railway's steam gala.
Taking on water in between duties.
Built in 1915 by Jung, Pabrik Gula Pangkah 1-spot simmers outside the mill's engine shed.
Passenger and freight charter trains on this attractive NG line follow each other after watering at Aschach.