Standard gauge 0-6-0-Tank Henschel on the "Train des Mouettes" tourist railroad
The fireman is enjoying the stack talk as Thomas pounds past the pumpkin patch, hauling 7 cars and a caboose back to Strasburg.
The steam locomotive #1 from the Jokioinen Museum Railway in Finland is a H.K. Porter engine built in Pittsburgh in 1901.
The Saxon type I K steamlocomotive 54, owned by the "Foundation Saxon narrow-gauge Railways", on the way from Steinbach to Jöhstadt on the 750 mm narrow-gauge railway Pressnitztalbahn.
39 of the Saxon type I K steamlocomotives were built between 1881 and 1892 for the Royal Saxon State Railways. The last of this 750 mm narrow-gauge steamlocomotive was scrapped in 1964.
The #54 w... (more)
Re-enactment of the steam era at the Didcot Railway Centre. The lady cleaning the 0-6-0T panier steam locomotive #3738 is making a little break and is enjoying a cup of tea. A TimeLine Events phot... (more)
Re-enactment of the steam era at the Didcot Railway Centre. A lady is cleaning the smokebox of the 0-6-0T panier steam locomotive #3738. A TimeLine Events photo shooting for Tanago.
In spite of its central European appearance, the GJ was a Chinese product. Dalian Works designed the GongJian, or Construction Worker, class in 1957 and production started at Taiyuan in 1958. Taiy... (more)
The Jatibarang sugar mill steam locomotive #1 is ready to be hand turned on the small turntable near the shed. The small steamer has been built by Couillet in Marcinelle (Belgium) in 1910.
DVZO steam locomotive E 3/3 8518, built 1914, on the way from Bauma to Hinwil.
DVZO steam locomotive E 3/3 8518, built 1914, is passing over the "Weissenbach" viaduct on the way from Bauma to Hinwil.
Detail of the standard gauge 0-6-0-Tank Henschel on the "Train des Mouettes" tourist railroad.
Exceptional presence of 3 live steam engines in Chaillevettes, home base of the Train des Mouettes tourist railroad:
0-6-0Tank built in1912 by Henschel&Sohn (Germany)
0-6-0Tank #3 built ... (more)