Amman Hedjaz Railway Jordan Loco. number 82
N ° 82 through the suburbs of the city Amman (4-6-2)
Ferrovia dell'Hegiaz Amman train transfer
A shot taken in the engine shed at Amman, Jordan on the Hejaz Railway. 2-8-2 no. 23, built by the British firm of Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn in 1952, is receiving some new boiler tubes. the sce... (more)
Another shot taken on my private guided tour of the Hejaz Railway at Amman, Jordan. Here, in the workshop 2-8-2 no. 23, built by the British firm of Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn in 1952, is receiv... (more)
I may be the luckiest man around today. I was given a private guided tour of the Hejaz Railway at Amman, Jordan as the guest of Mr. Mahmoud Al-khazaleh, the Director General of the Railway. He sp... (more)
A local passenger train is leaving Amman behind the Japanese Pacific N°82.
The 2-8-2 N°51 built by Jung in Germany in 1955 (we have the same age!) is leaving Amman with a short train to Qasir.
Nos. 71 and 85 parked outside the shed at Amman. Both these are apparently serviceable, but sadly, they were not in steam that day.
A diesel loco starts to move around the yard in rteadiness to work the train of the day over the Hedjaz Railway. The station manager and an observer look on.
Built by Jung in 1955, Jordan Railways 51 is one of a small number of locos kept for special trains on the Hedjaz railway between Amman and Damscus in Syria. It is seen here at rest in the yard at... (more)
As the sun sets Jung built 2-8-2 heads north towards Amman on the Hedjaz Railway Jordan.