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ZDM-3 #161 moves to the front of its Kangra Valley Railway train. Pathankot, 2004-02-22. By Paul Molyneux-Berry.
"LOCOMOTIVES FOR INDIA:
Canadian Locomotive Company, Kingston, Ontario, Canada - The first of 145 Canadian-built war department locomotives that will be sent to India to haul allied supplies across 1600 miles of India Railways to our fighting lines in Burma, steams out of a Kingston plant, ready for duty. Named the `Bombay', the train[sic] weighs 161 tons and will haul about fifty well laden cars. After road tests, the engine will be dismantled and crated for shipment." 1943.12.15 (Credit ACME Photo)
This locomotive, a CWD class 2-8-2 was originally numbered C1 then 5001 and eventually became 12223 and worked for Eastern Railway. Overall 584 locomotives of this class were built in Canada between 1943-9. USA supplied 225 locomotive of similar AWD class in 1944-5.