Funnily enough the same Hyundai EMD as my last upload, but seen here a few days earlier on the outskirts of Mymensingh with the Jamalpur to Dhaka express.
Taking a shower! A man takes a shower at the loco depot in Mymensingh in 2009. The locos are metre gauge 2511 (1982 built Hitachi), and 2317 (1969 built MLW).
Its virtually impossible to get a photo in Bangladesh without people in it! Here 2318 runs round its Balaka Exp to Dhaka at Mymensingh, with a few extra passengers just for the fun...
Metre gauge Henschel No 2715 nears Mymensingh with the 1030 from Dhaka. As often, in Bangladesh, there is very little ballast in the track.
Metre gauge No 2511 shunts carriages at Mymensingh while a lady tends her 2 goats. The loco was built by Hitachi in 1981. Not much ballast around here!
Metre gauge loco No 2506 arrives at the east end of Mymensingh with a busy commuter train. The loco was built in Japan in 1980.
Metre gauge 2503 shunts carriages a Mymensingh, while some colorful locals pose for the camera. The loco was built in Japan in 1980.
Cycle rickshaw drivers steer around a pair of metre gauge MLW locos which are heading for the loco shed at Mymensingh. Both locos were built in Montreal in 1969.
Plenty of cycle rickshaws are still on the crossing as metre gauge Henschel No 2715 leaves Mymensingh on train50, Balaka express, the 1500 to Dhaka.
Metre gauge 2718 leaves Mymensingh with the Balaka Express, the 1500 to Dhaka. The train is well loaded with plenty of people on the roof.
An inspection trolley is reflected in a pond as it crosses a bridge over the Dhaka line nearing Mymensingh from Gouripur.
metre gauge 2907, built in 2000 by Hyundai Rotem in South Korea, leaves Mymensingh with train 48, the "Dewanganj Express", 1225 Dewanganj Bazar to Dhaka.