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|SZD (DB) 2-10-0 No. TE-6832||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-23 19:11:21.49|
Loco built by Florisdorf 16285 in 1943, has moved to Kovdanovo and on display. Tender from TE-2451, as per photo.
|UZ (DB) 2-10-0 No. TE-6115 (52.6115)||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-23 19:01:40.157|
Loco has moved to Donetsk, located at the Railway Museum (st.Artemovskaya 47) on display.
| 0-4-0 cog No. 'John Stevens'||Posted by: Nicholas Katz on 2017-06-23 08:52:52.683|
The John Stevens replica was purchased by Rosa and John H, Hovey and donated to the Samuel C. Williams Library, located on the campus of the Stevens Institute for Technology in Hoboken, NJ.
|Ramona & Burley Park RR 4-6-4 No. 5002||Posted by: Nicholas Katz on 2017-06-22 15:48:46.54|
I visited the park in the fall of 2016, and was told that the steam locomotive (and the railroad itself) are not in operation and need major repairs.
|London Midland & Scottish Railway 2-8-0 No. 8151 48151 ||Posted by: Russell Newman on 2017-06-22 13:28:41.483|
Sorry my mistake having just read some reports there was no test run at the start of the month but there has been some repair work done tho.
|Qunaba Mill 0-6-2T No. 3 'Flash'||Posted by: Robin R Beck on 2017-06-22 13:22:43.193|
Worked at Qunaba Mill, Bunderburg. Went into store in Queensland Museum, Brisbane. In September 2001 moved to Ipswich Workshop museum. This is the only steam locomotive in the exhibit hall.
|BHP Whyalla 2-6-2T No. 2||Posted by: Robin R Beck on 2017-06-22 13:20:44.07|
Ordered by BHP Co. intending to be used at Broken Hill. Found to be too heavy for their light track. Was exchanged for 18 months with a lighter South Australian Railway loco. Transferred to Port Pirie Becoming SAuR number 0. Returned to Broken Hill and hired to Silverton Tramway who numbered her 6. A few months later went to work at BHP newly acquired blast furnace in Broken Hill. In 1902 transferred to BHP steelworks at Whyalla becoming their number 2.
In 1963 the steelworks internal railway converted to standard gauge making number 2 redundant. Put on display on Whyalla beach front, on the banks of Spencer Gulf, even though Whyalla is over 100 miles from the open sea. Spencer Gulf is sea water and No2 suffered from the salt air.
In 1983 moved to Mt. Laura Homestead museum in Whyalla. Today Whyalla steelworks has a standard gauge line to Port Augusta built in 1972 but their ore still comes from the nearby mines to the steelworks by 42 inch gauge railway.
|London Midland & Scottish Railway 2-8-0 No. 8151 48151 ||Posted by: Russell Newman on 2017-06-22 13:19:04.47|
48151 is back on the mainline again having had some overhaul work and was tested early this month with 45690 "Leander" to Hellifield and back. The 8F is currently working trips over the Settle and Carlisle Railway over the summer.
|U.S.A.T.C. / M.A.V. 2-8-0 No. 6046 411.144||Posted by: Russell Newman on 2017-06-22 13:11:55.387|
Due to its repairs to the big end bearing taking longer then first thought S106 6046 will now miss out from the Mid Norfolk Railway s steam gala this weekend as its still at the Churnet Valley.
|Great Northern Railway 0-6-2T No. 1744 69523||Posted by: Russell Newman on 2017-06-22 13:07:59.823|
Following completion of its repairs at Tyseley 1744 has moved to the North Norfolk Railway for its 3 year stay there.
|Homestake Mining Co. 0-4-0CA No. 28||Posted by: Sean Rotinski on 2017-06-22 10:43:24.52|
As of 2016 this Locomotive is In Reardan at the Inland NW Rail Museum (Previously the IERHS Museum).
|Union Pacific Co. 4-6-2 No. 3206||Posted by: Sean Rotinski on 2017-06-22 10:26:32.41|
As of 2016 this Locomotive is now in Reardan WA at the IERHS museums new location. I was just there photographing it a few weeks ago.
|Queensland Government Railways 4-6-0 No. 48||Posted by: Robert Alexander on 2017-06-21 19:14:33.203|
Some specifications: Weight:50.3 long tons,Ad.wt.:20.6 long tons, Dr.Wh.: 39" dia.,T.E.: @ 80% = 9,700 lbs., B.Pr.: 140 p.s.i., Cyls: 13"x 20", Grate: 11.25 sq.ft., Tubes: 651 sq.ft., F/box: 61 sq.ft., Water: 1,400 Imp.galls A total of 112 built. Builders were: Kitson of Leeds, Phoenix Engine Co. of Ipswich,Q. as well as Dubs of Glasgow
|OSE 0-10-0 No. 877||Posted by: Mirko Thoma on 2017-06-20 17:03:55.037|
This machine was in 2015 still in Drama same place near the station. Photos available.
|SZD 0-6-0T No. 9P-17485||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-20 09:28:17.013|
Loco built by Murom 17485 in 1954.
|JNR (Hokkaido Coal) 2-6-0 No. 7105 (1) 'Yoshitsune'||Posted by: Tetsuo TAKIGAWA on 2017-06-20 07:53:59.533|
Hi from Japan! I enjoy your site very much. Thank you!
The Osaka Transportation museum was closed, and "Yoshitsune" was moved to the Kyoto Railway Museum which opened on April 29, 2016. The locomotive has been operational since 1952 but almost always only displayed in Osaka. Now, it runs in the museum yard sometimes. I can send you some pictures of Yoshitsune in Kyoto.
|SZD 0-6-0T No. 9P100 (9P-14334)||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-20 03:43:06.307|
Loco built by Murom 14334 in 1953, carries No. 9P-100.
|United States Steel Corp. 0-6-0 No. 300||Posted by: Jacob Lyman on 2017-06-19 16:28:39.19|
One of the volunteers at Heber named Parker Wilson decided to champion a cosmetic restoration of this engine this summer. Several other local railfans including myself are joining him in this effort. We have done two work days so far in June and will take a few more to finish the repaint work before the season is over
One of my friends Josh Bernard has began a short documentary film on this work he will put on YouTube. A link to his early preview can be found here: https://youtu.be/1YJLeDAk0aw
|Groudle Glen Railway 2-4-0T No. 'Sea Lion'||Posted by: Richard West on 2017-06-19 10:15:14.717|
Works no. is 1484 of 1896
|Salt River Power Station 0-4-0ST No. 'Salt River'||Posted by: Richard West on 2017-06-19 10:00:37.847|
Gauge is 3ft 6
|CFT (War Department) 0-6-0ST No. 3.55 (75300)||Posted by: Dale W Fickés on 2017-06-19 05:01:02.86|
This locomotive, un-numbered and with nom lettering,was located inside the (then relatively new) railway museum in Tunis, close to Grand depot Farhat Hached, on 3rd February 2010.
|MINAZ 2-6-0 No. 1511||Posted by: Doug Bailey on 2017-06-17 19:41:28.573|
Photo is from 1995
|SZD 2-6-2 No. Su251-92 (Su253-25)||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-17 12:38:38.18|
Loco built by Sormovo 3729 in 1950, located in a park behind the station on display. (Real No. Su251-92)
|SZD 2-6-2 No. Su251-27||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-17 12:31:02.807|
Built by Sormovo 3531 in 1949.
|London Midland & Scottish Railway 2-8-0 No. 8173 48173||Posted by: Russell Newman on 2017-06-17 09:45:38.27|
Restoration to get LMS 8F No. 48173 to running order is underway at the Churnet Valley Railway s Cheddleton shed since the spring. Its hoped to complete the restoration and steam it in 4 years.
|Worchester County Electric Co. 0-4-0T No. 1||Posted by: Christopher Lynch on 2017-06-17 08:48:50.203|
Would anyone happen to know who currently owns this equipment or has contact info for whoever that may be?
|SZD 2-10-0 No. SO17-2873||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-16 20:15:02.64|
Loco built by Ulan Ude 0292 in 1948.Now at St.Petersburg, located at the Moskovski Sort depot on display in 2016.
|SZD 0-8-0 No. Pt4-273||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-16 20:00:00.03|
Correct loco number is Pt4-123, carries number 19-79.
|SZD 4-8-4 No. P36-0182||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-16 19:38:57.077|
Loco c/n 10351.
|SZD 4-8-4 No. P36-0096||Posted by: ILFORD on 2017-06-16 19:33:17.39|
Loco built by Kolomna 10263 in 1955.