Bihar

BIHAR

Associated Cement Company
Jhinkpani Works, Chaibasa   71 E1
Gauge: BG

			0-6-0ST			AB		2236		1953	
			0-6-0ST			AB		2348		1954
			4wDH			Telco		082
			4wDM			SAN		125		1977
			4wDM			SAN		279		1983
			Bo-BoDM			SAN		366		1986
			0-6-0DM			SAN		459		1993
			Bo-BoDM			SAN		500		1996

Sindri Works
Gauge: MG
			4wDH			Telco		083

Gauge: BG

			0-4-0DH			Windh		1053	


Ashok Paper Mills
Gauge:

			4wDE			GE		33925		1962


Barachakia Sugar Factory
Gauge: 2'0"

			4-6-0T			BLW					(a)

(a) Identity unknown i


Bihar Alloys Steel Ltd, Ranchi
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		244		1982


Bihar State Electricity 
Barauni Power Station
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		181
			4wDH			SAN		330		1984
			4wDH			SAN		454		1992

Begusarai Power Station
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		328		1984

Muzaffarpur Thermal Power Station, Kanti   38 D4

Commissioned in 1985. Situated at Kanti and connected to the NER at Kapapura. ii

Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Ventra		100		1985
			4wDH			Ventra		125		1988

Patratu Power Station   56 D4
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		089
			4wDH			Telco		090
		

Bihar State Sugar
Hathua Unit
Gauge:2'0"

			4-6-0T			BLW		45380		1917	(a)
47			4-6-0T			BLW		45386		1917	(b)
			0-6-0T			Hens		20393		1924
			0-6-0T			OK		11127		1925

(a) ex WDLR, WD No 1111 ren 661. To Indian Army Military Reserve after WW1. By 1928 was NWR No 47. Date unk to Hathua
(b) Origin unknown

Gauge: MG

5 MERSEY		0-4-0			SS				1873	(a)
			4wD			CS		5000		1951	

(a) ex BNWR No 4. Delivered to TSR D class, one of Nos. 2-10 (which were SS 2319-28/73). Acquired 1933.

Lohat Factory

Established 1914. First factory at Lohat, Lohat Sugar Works. Started production 1915. Rum by managing agents Octavius Steel. 
Second factory set up at Sakri, opened in 1933. Lohat set up with a 400 ton per day crushing capacity. In 1962 it had a 1200 
ton per day capacity. Lohat labour strength is 1512, 1151 in the factory, 244 out station staff and 51 at head office. 
In the off season there are 449. iii

Gauge: MG

FM/A 253			0-6-0			N		3701		1887	(a)

(a) Supplied to MSR F class, No 253. To MSMR No 253. Sold in 1930 to Comens & Sons, (?)who in turn sold it on to Lohat 
    Sugar(?). In regular use 1992 iv


Motipur Sugar Factory, Motipur  

From the mill, the 2'0" gauge line proceeds NW for about 2kms before swinging SW under the NER MG Muzaffarpur-Narkatiaganj 
mainline. After a further 5kms, the line crosses over a canal and reaches a junction where one line proceeds to the loading 
point at Jasauli and the other to Morarpur. During mid January traffic was at a low level with only the Jasuali line in use 
and only one train a day departing from the mill between 1100 and 1200, arriving back at about 1600. The regular locomotive 
for working to Jasauli is No 5, hauling a reserve water tank. Mill pilots were No 1 and No 4 with No 2 serviceable. v

Gauge: 2'0"

1			0-4-0WT/t	    		AB	     	(a)	  	1920	(b)
2			4-6-0T	    		 BLW	  	45231	  	1917	(c)
MSF No.4			0-6-0WT/t	     		JF	  	15990	  	1923	(d)
5		   	0-6-0T			Hens	     	20678	  	1926	(e)
			4wDM		     	RH					(f)

(a) either works number 1695 or 1696
(b) Supplied via Parry Engineering. Mill pilot 1993 vi
(c) ex WDLR, WD No 1099 later ren 649. To Indian Army Military Reserve after end of WW1. Acquired by Motipur Sugar date unk. 
    Serviceable 1/1993. vii
(d) Acquired from Karachi Port Trust date unk. Mill pilot 1/1993. viii
(e) Supplied via Parry Murray. Working trains to Jasauli 1/1993. With a reserve water tank. ix
(f) Identity unknown

Gauge: MG

3			0-4-2			(a)

(a) Carries works plates from both VF 817 of 1877 and N 2156 of 1876. The BBCIR sold an 0-4-2, numbered 917 to this site. 
    (Which is odd as BBCIR only had locomotives numbered to 915). Derelict inside shed with cab fittings removed. x

Ryam Factory

Set up by Begg Sutherland, who ran it until March 1955. 1100 workers, 340 in the off season. 800 ton per day capacity, 
extended in 1959 to 1250 tons per day. xi

Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-0T			Dav					(a)
			4-6-0T			BLW		44657		1916	(b)
45			4-6-0T			BLW		45190		1917	(c)
ALPHA			0-6-0T			HC		1172		1924	(d)

(a) Identity unknown. In use 1992 xii
(b) ex WDLR, WD no 779. To Indian Army Military Reserve 1919. To Tata Ltd date unk (straight to Ryam ?). OOU 1992 xiii
(c) ex WDLR, WD no 1058, later ren 618. To Indian Army Military Reserve 1919. To NWR No 43. Acquired by R Hudson's by 1930 
    (straight to Ryam?). In use 1992 xiv
(d) Supplied via Begg, Sutherland & Co, Calcutta. In use 1992 xv


Sakri Factory

MG system in use 1992, all 2'0" locomotives OOU. xvi

Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-0WT			OK(?)
No 1 			0-4-0WT			AB		1450		1920
No 3			0-6-0WT			OK		11651(?)
No 4			0-4-0T			WB		2182		
No 5			0-4-0T			WB		2188	
6			0-6-0T			WB		2159
7			0-6-0T			WB		2209

Gauge: MG

DSCo No 2		0-6-0WT			OK		12251


Champaron Sugar Co Ltd (a subsidiary of British India Corporation Ltd), Chakai  
Gauge: MG

SUTHERLAND		0-4-0ST	     		HC	     	1441	  	1921


Chittaranjan Locomotive Works
Gauge: BG

			Bo-BoDE			GE		27685		1944	(a)

(a) Supplied to USATC, No 7829. Became IGR ADE class and renumbered 6529. To WR No 424. Acquired as works shunter at CLW.


Damodar Valley Corporation   57 E4
Gauge: 2'0"

			4wDM			HE		4234		1950	(a)
			4wDM			HE		4235		1950	(a)
			4wDM			HE		4236		1950	(a)
			4wDM			HE		4237		1950	(a)

(a) used on dam building, supplied via Robert Hudson

Gauge: BG

			0-4-0D			Kawa		65		1961
			0-4-0D			Kawa		66		1961
			4wDH			Telco		075
			4wDH			Telco		078
			4wDH			SAN		130		1978
			4wDH			SAN		234		1981
			4wDH			SAN		235		1981
			4wDH			SAN		342		1985
			0-4-0DH			SAN		484		1995




Fertilizer Corporation of India Ltd, Barauni
Gauge: MG

			4wDM			SAN		122		1977

Gauge: BG

			4wDM			SAN		124		1977


Grasim Cements, Raipur
Gauge: BG

			0-6-0DH			SAN		483		1995
			0-6-0DH			SAN		489		1995



Heavy Engineering, Ranchi   56 D5

Set up in 1958, it has three divisions - Heavy Machine building plant, Foundry Forge plant and Heavy Machine tools plant. 
Corporation has a capital outlay of Rs 200 crores

Foundry Forge  Czech collaboration. 130,000 m2. Produces all castings and forgings for the other two divisions. Maximum size 
of casting carried out is 100 tons for iron, 90 tons for steel and 50 tons for forges. It has a rolling shop for the 
manufacture of 21,000 tons of grey iron, steel and forged rolls per annum

Heavy machine plant  USSR collaboration. Designed to produce 80,000 tons of heavy machines per annum. Of this, 65,000 tons 
will be equipment and machines for steel plants, the rest for industries such as cement, fertilizer, mining, oil, drilling 
etc. Can produce coke ovens and by-product machinery, blast furnace equipment, steel-making equipmnt, crushing and grinding 
equipment, heavy mining equipment, excavators, press forging equipment and heavy oil drilling rigs.

Heavy machine tool plant  Czech collaboration. 10,00 tons of machine tools per annum. xvii

Gauge: BG
			4wDH			Telco		198
			4wDH			Telco		204
			4wDH			SAN		303		1983



Hanuman Sugar Mills, Mothari
Gauge: MG

			0-4-0T			Jung		10951		1950


Hind Construction Ltd, Ranchi
Gauge: 2'0"

			4wDM			RH		462368		1960
			4wDM			RH		462369		1960


Indian Copper Corporation, Ghatsila   71 F1
Gauge: 

			4wDM			RH		221629		1944


(a) supplied via New Consolidated Gold Fields, Calcutta

Gauge: 1'6"

			4wBE			GB		1247		1932	(a)
			4wBE			GB		2497		1953
			4wBE			GB		2498		1953
			4wBE			GB		2499		1953
			4wBE			GB		2500		1953

Gauge: 2'0"

			4wBE			GB		2934		1959
			4wBE			GB		6077		1962
			4wBE			GB		6095		1962
			4wBE			GB		6096		1962
			4wDH			SAN		187		1980

Gauge: 2'6"

			4wDH			SAN		9		1973
			4wDH			SAN		10		1973
			4wDH			SAN		23		1974
			4wDH			SAN		24		1974
			4wDH			SAN		55		1975
			4wDH			SAN		248		1982
			4wDH			SAN		252		1982


Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		44		1973


Indian Explovies, Gomia
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		028



Indian Oil, Barauni   39 E6
Gauge: MG

			4wDH			Telco		024
			4wDH			Telco		025
			4wDH			Telco		029
			4wDH			Telco		056
			4wDH			Telco		110
			4wDH			SAN		56		1975
			4wDH			SAN		112		1977
			4wDH			SAN		156		1979
			4wDH			SAN		158		1979


Indian Steel & Wire, Jamshedpur   57 F6
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		022
			4wDH			Telco		076


Kalyanpur Lime & Cement, Banjari

Kalyanpur Lime Works - Quarries at Banjari; Kilns at Dehri-on-Sone. Managing agents - Martins. xviii

Gauge: 2'6"

			0-6-0T			BLW		50789		1918	(a)
			0-6-2T			AE		2040		1929	(b)
			0-6-2T			HE		3333		1947	(c)

(a) ex BPR No 7, acquired 1933
(b) ex BBLR No 2I, acquired ????
(c) ex B & BLR class I, No 11. Date acquired unknown. Under repair 197?xix

IRS 206/19 quotes the stock here as two BLW 0-6-2T's along with a OOU 0-4-0T. Identities all unknown. CRJ No. 50 quotes a 
visit in 12/1981 which states "BLW 0-6-2T in use and both AE 0-6-2T's under repair." What exactly were the locos here?


Khanki Division, Ranchi
Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-0WT			HC		963		1912	(a)
			0-6-2T			AE		2040		1929

(a) Supplied via Hudson & Co


Kosi Barrage Railway
Gauge: 2'6"

27			4-6-2			NB		17112		1906	(a)
20			2-8-2			NB		18651		1908	(b)
62			2-8-2			NB		18890		1909	(c)
63			2-8-2			NB		18891		1909	(d)
64			2-8-2			NB		18892		1909	(e)
44			2-8-2			NB		18896		1909	(f)
73			2-8-2			NW		1019		1913	(g)
67			2-8-2			NW		1022		1913	(h)
111			4-6-2			NB		20908		1914	(i)
115			4-6-2			NB		20912		1914	(j)
118			4-6-2			NB		21102		1914	(k)
118			4-6-2			NB		21104		1914	(l)
1KP			4-4-0			WB		2136		1920	(m)
168			2-6-2			WB		2152		1921	(n)
169			2-6-2			WB		2210		1923	(o)
327			2-6-2			S1Br				1958	(p)
328			2-6-2			S1Br				1958	(p)
329			2-6-2			S1Br				1958	(p)
330			2-6-2			S1Br				1958	(p)
331			2-6-2			S1Br				1958	(p)
334			2-6-2			S1Br				1958	(p)

(a) ex IR  CC class,  No 0027. Delivered to BNR (SL) C1 class, No 0027. Became IR CC class but not renumbered
(b) ex IR  BC class,  No 0020. Delivered to BNR (SL) B2 class, No 0027. Became IR BC class No 641 but never carried this 
    number.
(c) ex IR BC class, No 655. Delivered to BNR (SL) B3 class, No 0062. Became IR BC class, No 655
(d) ex IR BC class, No 0063. Delivered to BNR (SL) B3 class, No 0063. Became IR BC class but not renumbered
(e) ex IR BC class, No 656. Delivered to BNR (SL) B3 class, No 0064. Became IR BC class, No 656
(f) ex IR BC class, No 642. Delivered to BNR (SL) B3 class, No 0044. Became IR BC class, No 642
(g) ex IR B class, No 612. Delivered to BNR (SL) B5 class, No 0073. Became IR B class, No 612 but never carried this number.
(h) ex IR B class, No 610. Delivered to BNR (SL) B5 class, No 0067. Became IR B class, No 610 but never carried this number.
(i) ex IR C class, No 659. Delivered to BNR (SL) C5 class, No 00111. Became IR C class, No 659 but never carried this number.
(j) ex IR C class, No 660. Delivered to BNR (SL) C5 class, No 00115. Became IR C class, No 660 but never carried this number.
(k) ex IR CS1 class, No 661. Delivered to BNR (SL) CS class, No 00118. Became IR C class, No 661 but never carried this 
    number.
(l) ex IR CS1 class, No 662. Delivered to BNR(SL) CS class, No 00120. Became IR C class, No 662 but never carried this number.
(m) Supplied to TBLR (via Bolling & Lowe), No 5. First locomotive acquired for Kosi project. Der by 1968
(n) Supplied to LJR No 3. Became S class and ren No 168 in 1923. In use on JMR during WW2. Received IR No 541 but never 
    carried this number. 
(o) Supplied to LJR No 3. Became S class and ren No 168 in 1923. In use on JMR during WW2. Received IR No 541 but never 
    carried this number. 
(p) ZB class, delivered new. One of these locomotives later worked on the DRLR.


Motihari Sugar Co, Motihari   38 C3
Gauge: MG

			0-4-0WT	     		Jung	  	10951	  	1950
			0-4-0ST	     		WB	   	2451
			4wD	       		Home Built


New India Sugar, Darbhanga   39 E4
Gauge: MG

			4wDM			JF		3930046		1951


Peninsular Locomotive Co, Tatanagar (now Jamshedpur)   57 F4
Gauge: BG

			2-4-0CT			KS		4222		1922	(1)

(1) later to EIR as a works locomotive


Rameshwara Jute Mills, Samastipur
Gauge MG

			0-6-0			SS		4322		1897	(a)

(a) Acquired from IR 30 years ago xx


Rakha Mines
Gauge: 2'6"

RAVEN			0-4-0ST			WB		2004		1914	(a)

(a) supplied via Cape Copper Co


Rameshwar Mills, Muktapore
Gauge: MG

			0-4-0			SS				1873	(a)

(a) ex BNWR No 3. Delivered to TSR D class, one of Nos 2-10 (which were SS 2319-28/73). Acquired 1928.




Riga Sugar   38 D3
Gauge: MG

			0-8-0ST			HC		1644		1930	(a)
			4wDM			HE		1768		1935	(b)
						Reb Riga

(b) acquired from Balfour Beatty, date unknown
(c) acquired from Assam Oil Co, Digboi, date unknown


Rohtas Industries, Rohtas   56 A2

All seven BG locos were in and around the shed. Three Jung locos and the two ex EIR locos were in a clean condition and 
ready to operate. The fourth Jung and the KS are in a poor condition xxi 

Gauge: 2'6"

RI 1			0-6-2T			AE		1457		1902	(a)
RI 2			0-6-2T			AE		1458		1902	(a)
RI 3			4-6-0T			BLW		44728		1917	(b)

(a) ex DRLR No1, acquired by 1951.
(a) Ex WDLR, WD No 823. Sent to Indian Army Military Reserve after WW1. Acquired by Bengal Coal & Coke date unk.  
    Acquired by Rohtas Industries date unk. Scr by 1974 

Gauge: BG

1			0-4-0ST			KS		4173		1921	(a)
2			0-6-0T			Jung		11736		1953	
3			0-6-0T			Jung		11737		1953	
4			0-6-0T			Jung		12796		1957	
5			0-6-0T			Jung		12797		1957	
6			0-6-4T			VF		2294		1908    	(b)
7			0-6-4T			VF		3103		1915	(c)

(a) ex Bombay Back Bay Reclamation Scheme, date unknown 
(b) ex EIR CT class, No 1204.Ren No 851 after 1909. Acquired date unknown
(c) ex EIR CT class, No 1209. Acquired date unknown



Telco, Jamsdedpur    57 F6
Gauge: 610mm

			6wDH(?)			OK		25659		1956

Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		054		
			4wDH			Telco		211		
			4wDH			Telco		212		

These locomotives were delivered unknown sites.


Tenughat Vidhyut Nigam, Patna
Gauge: BG

			Bo-BoDH			DLW				1999	(a)
			Bo-BoDH			DLW				1999	(a)

(a) WDM 2 type


Tinplate of India, Jamshedpur   57 F6
Gauge: BG
			
			0-6-0ST			RSHN		7334		1947
			0-6-0ST			RSHN		7885		1956
			0-6-0DH			AB		481		1963


Uranium Mining Corporation, Jaduguda
Gauge: 2'0"

			4wDH			HE		9260		1985
			4wDH			HE		9261		1985
			4wDH			HE		9264		1985
			4wDH			HE		9265		1985
			4wDM		    	HE	     	9315	  	1993
               		4wDM		     	HE	     	9316		1993
			4wDH			HE		9340		1994
			4wDH			HE		9341		1994
			4wDH			HE		9342		1994

Plus other locomotives built by HE/HAB



						

i IRS 100/4
ii CRJ 106
iii Bihar State Gazetteer - Darbhanga
iv CRJ Winter 1992/3
v CRJ 99
vi CRJ 99
vii CRJ 99
viii CRJ 99
ix CRJ 99
x CRJ 99
xi Bihar State Gazetteer - Darbhanga  1964
xii CRJ Winter 1992/3
xiii CRJ Winter 1992/3
xiv CRJ Winter 1992/3
xv CRJ Winter 1992/3
xvi CRJ Winter 1992/3
xvii Bihar State Gazzeteer - Ranchi, p230
xviii Advert, IRG Oct 1919
xix IRS 206/19
xx CRJ No 58
xxi CRJ 99



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