Steam loc originally built in Manchester England and introduced in the Country between 1906 and 1907 to work for Central Uruguay Railway. Last operation was in 1980's for AFE around Paysandú area.... (more)
S&DJR No.88 on the West Somerset Railway.
88 works hard against the gradient northbound. It carries the 'Prussian Blue' livery of the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. These were designed primarily as freight locomotives, but were employ... (more)
Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway No.88 on her home railway, leaving Blue Anchor.
Sandstone Estate's NG/G 16 No.88 enters Hoekfontein.
Sandstone Estate's NG/G 16 No.88 has just left the sheds with NG4 No.16 following, as they enter Hoekfontein to pick up their respective train consists.
Sandstone Estate's NG/G 16 No.88 enters Hoekfontein with a short mixed train consist carrying visitors to the Estate. In the background a drove of cattle provide visitors with another historic for... (more)
Sandstone Estate's class NG/G16 No.88 enters Hoekfontein with a mixed train consist.
Fireman aboard Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway locomotive # 88 built in 1914, passes a line token. The 88 was a guest from the West Somerset Railway.
Sandstone Estates' recently restored Peerless road truck (Built 1915?) gives a light coating of dust to passing NGG16 No. 88 near Hoekfontein station. This photo was taken on the first day of Sand... (more)
2-8-0 Class 7F # 88 of the former Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway (SDJR), originally built by Robert Stephenson and Sons in 1925 for heavy freight service and withdrawn from British Railways ser... (more)
Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway No 88 at Kidderminster (SVR) having arrived with a service from Bridgnorth.
Narrow gauge Garratts do the honours on a photo charter for Geoff Cooke's party. The distant mountains are across the border in Lesotho.
2 NG16 Garratts double head on an early morning runby on Geoff Cooke's visit to Sandstone.