#213 has reached the Lion's Mouth on its way to Kadugannawa. This tunnel was named after the overhanging rock shown here, which appears to resemble the open mouth of a roaring lion.
This rail trolley was manufactured in the Sri Lankan Railway workshops in the early 1980's. It is seen here in the Nanu Oya station.
Steam and a nice beach at Mount Lavinia. What else do you need to be happy?
Broad gauge steam in the Sri Lankan mountains.
#213 is resting in the Colombo Dematagoda shed. The next morning, the loco will start its one week trip to Babulla hauling the Farrail charters.
4-6-0 #213 is leaving the Pattipola station with a mixed train. Pattipola is the highest located railway station in Sri Lanka at an altitude of 1891 meters (6204 feet) above sea level.
The name of this station sounds very British. It is in fact the name of a nearby tea factory. The Great Western tea estate is situated at the foothills of the majestic Great Western range, reputed... (more)
The 4-6-0 #213 is arriving at the Watawala station with a mixed train. Some maintenance work is underway on the tracks. A Farrail charter.
The 4-6-0 #213 is arriving at the Watawala station with a mixed train.
The 4-6-0 #213 is hauling a mixed train at full speed on the double track main line between Colombo and Rambukkana.
A local passenger surveys the Sri Lankan countryside while traveling on the 06:05 train from Colombo Fort to Batticaloa hauled by 1975 Montreal built ALCO M4 756