And the winner is ...... the cow! The train had to stop to allow the cow to continue his way along the track.
The locomotive number 6 from the Sumberharjo sugar mill is a Ducroo & Brauns fr om 1923. It is seen here near the door marking the entrance of the village.
The locomotive number 11 from the Sumberharjo sugar mill is a Ducroo & Brauns from 1924. The number 3 is also a 0-8-0T but from O&K built in 1912.
Purwodadi number 16 is an O&K from 1910.
Tasik Madu number 5 is an O&K from 1921.
Tasik Madu number 7 is a Henschel from 1913. As almost all the other steam locomotives used by the sugar mills in Java, it is burning bagasse. Bagasse is the fibrous residue remaining after sugarc... (more)
The locomotive number 10 from the Rejosari sugar mill is an O&K from 1916. It is very unique as it is a jackshaft locomotive.
For the 2006 cane harvest, Asembagus was still using its two operational steam locomotives on field work. Number 10 and 11 have both built by Orenstein and Koppel in Berlin in 1920.
The 0-8-0T number 5 named Bromo has been built in 1920 by O&K in Germany. Bromo is the name is a big volcano located in East Java.
Unfortunately, the weather was quite bad the day we visited the Steyrtalbahn with the SLST group. We however managed to get some reasonable shots.
A sad state of former Kebonagung sugar mill Hannomag 0-8-0T on static display at Kuta Center, just a walk distance from Kuta beach, Bali. Suffering from weathering and vandalism, this one and only... (more)
Orenstein and Koppel 0-8-0T No.5 sitting in the yard with the factory in the background..
Orenstein & Koppel 0-8-0T on the short run into the mill.
Orenstein & Koppel 0-8-0T sits awaiting her next assignment in the Southern cane unloading yard.