The Vanishing Guage on Indian Railways. The once ubiquitous metre gauge is now a few 100 kilometres across the entire network. Here a Akola bound passenger approaches the Narmada river bridge just... (more)
YDM4 no. 6149 and YDM4 no. 6663 were hauling the "Senandung Langkawi" express train no. 20 from KL Sentral to Hat Yai junction. It was arriving Padang Besar station.
DF1323 is seen running six hours late with the 58 Down train from Myitkyina to Mandalay, the 342 miles journey should have taken 21 hours !
DF1318 is seen in the heavy repair shop at Insein works Myanmar, This loco should be in here for one month on a M8 major overhaul.
Metre gauge Alco clone no 6213, built in Varanasi in 1969, nears Hubli with a freight in 1989.
Which is the steam loco? Metre gauge ALCO clone 6213 (built by DLW in India in 1969) shows off to a YG steam loco at Hubli.
Metre-gauge DLW-Alco RSD30/DL535A 6545 sits outside the loco shed at Coonoor, in the Nilgiri Hills of southern India. The shed's two YDM4 locos (6157 and 6545) work passenger trains up the 4% grad... (more)