ALCo clag! 5 feet 6 inch gauge loco No 6303 starts it`s engine at Khulna loco shed. Both of these locos were built in Montreal in 1981.
5 feet 6 inch gauge MLW no 6303 has to wait for track work to finish before it can leave the loco shed at Khulna. Note the bare feet in the track gang. The loco was built in Montreal in 1981
An old man contemplates life, some ducks prepare for a swim, and an ALCO heads for Khulna loco shed for a rest. This loco is a 5 feet 6 inch gauge ALCO built at Schenectady in 1965.
Broad gauge ALCO 6010, built Schenectady in 1965, thrashes out of Khulna on train 761 Kabotaskh Godhuli Express, the 1500 to Rajshahi.
I think the cow has the wrong idea about stock yards!
A line of redundant HHD class shunt engines, built by Ganz of Hungary in 1980, stand at Khulna shed. The nearest loco is actually number 7004, the loco carrying it`s number in Bangla script.
ALCO clone 6411, built as recently as 2004 by DLW in Varanasi, India. The loco is 5 feet 6 inch gauge. Khulna shed staff pose on the loco watched by a future employee.
5 feet 6 inch gauge MLW, built 1970, shunts coaches at Khulna while a cow enjoys eating the track. The loco number is in Bangla script.