Metre gauge YG 2-8-2 No 3409 arrives at Silaiman with a morning local from Madurai in 1989. I presume that there are semaphore signals showing their red paint on the other side of the backing boa... (more)
3 Garratt locos are seen on shed at Thomson Junction in 1990.
Mixed gauge wagons and points (switches) at Mal Tiempo mill.
MLW MX624 no 52414 shunts tank wagons at Cardenas. Note the arches which trains pass through to enter the station.
3 feet 6 inch gauge Garratt No 605 is a 16th class 2-8-2+2-8-2. It is seen at Colleen Bawn cement works in 1990.
Metre gauge 0-8-2T rack loco 37387 was built by SLM in switzerland in 1920. Similar engines were built right up to 1952! Here it pushes the daily train from Mettupalayam to Ooty out of Coonoor. Th... (more)
Heavily oil stained, 5 feet 6 inch gauge 3831 built in the 1950s as an ALCO DL500 nears Kolpur with the "Chiltan Express", 1000 Lahore to Quetta. Kolpur is the top of the tortuous Bolan Pass much ... (more)
6 locos, a mix of YP and YG classes, are gathered around the turntable at Madurai. I was just too young to have witnessed scenes like this at home in England, so it was really a wonderful sight fo... (more)
47441 is at St Andrews Junction, Birmingham, with a Shrewsbury to Poole day excursion.
English Electric No1805 shares the shed at Barreiro with class 1900 and 1400, and some Nohab DMUs.
Steam hauled passenger trains were one of the joys of the Weihe logging railway. Here 2 feet 6 inch gauge 0-8-0 No 31 leaves Weihe on the morning train to Liushan. A sister C2 loco arranges loggin... (more)
Metre gauge 2023 is seen at Srimangal. The loco was built by General Motors in 1954. Note the cycle rickshaws waiting for business.
0-4-0T No 1122 was built by Porter in 1909! It is seen here at Jose Smith Comas in 1997. The loco is almost as wide as it is long!
Metre gauge DLW No 2801 crosses the Pantha Path Road in Dhaka with a train of pilgrims heading to the Biswa Ijtema festival at Tongi.
RRVW 309 and friends are parked up at Breckenridge MN, on a sunny Saturday morning in the Fall of 2011.