Broad gauge ALCO 6010, built Schenectady in 1965, thrashes out of Khulna on train 761 Kabotaskh Godhuli Express, the 1500 to Rajshahi.
2514 has stopped at a signal at Karwan bazar, with a train of pilgrims from Dhaka to the Biswa Ijtema festival at Tongi. The train had been stood for around 20 minutes when I took the photo, but r... (more)
Another load of devotees head for the Biswa Ijtema festival at Tongi, on a well loaded metre gauge train from Dhaka Kamlapur. And I think someone is photographing me!
Metre gauge 2915 stops at Sholashahar Junction with the 1415 Chittagong University to Chittagong.
Metre gauge 2714 nears Dhaka with the Egaroshindhur Probhati, 0645 from Kishorganj.
Metre gauge 2915 heads another train of pilgrims returning from the Biswa Ijtema festival at Tongi.
A very gladdening sight in 2010. A 1954 built GM A1A-A1A fresh from overhaul stands outside at chittagong works, it`s paint barely dry.
Metre gauge MLW 2307 stirs the dust at an on-track market in Dhaka as it passes with the Surma Mail,1910 Sylhet to Dhaka. The line is actually double track here, some sleepers (ties) of the down l... (more)
The most ignored sign, ever?
Only 1 of these English Electric locos, No 3118, remained in service in 2010. Lines of long-withdrawn locos stand at Pahartali shed and the nearby workshops. 3114 was shown as awaiting shops, so m... (more)
People and clothes are washed in a lake at Pahartali, Chittagong as GM 2226 passes on it`s way to the loco shed
1963 built General Motors 2226 drops onto the shed at Pahartali, Chittagong. Also visible are class 20,27,29,31 and 2 more 22s
2916 passes Tejgaon on a late afternoon train for Dhaka Kamlapur.
Metre gauge 2914 passes Pahartali with the Mahanagar Godhuli, 1500 Chittagong to Dhaka. The sidings on the left lead to the running shed, while behind the wall is the loco workshops.
Reflected Glory. A 56 year old loco pulls a passenger train for 215 miles in 2010! Metre gauge General Motors loco 2017 crosses a river bridge south of Feni with the Karnaphuli Express, 1010 Chitt... (more)