Maharashtra

MAHARASHTRA

Associated Cement Companies
Chandrapur Works
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		311		1984
			0-6-0DH			SAN		445		1991

Bombay 
Gauge: MG

			4wDM			KrM		17872		1953

Gauge: BG	

			4wDM			RH		299106		1951
			4wDM			KrM		17871		1953
			2w-2PMR			Wkm		16748		1954
			4wDH			KrM		18267		1956
			4wDH			KrM		18268		1956
			4wDH			KrM		18302		1956
			4wDH			KrM		18303		1956
			4wDH			KrM		18410		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18411		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18412		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18413		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18414		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18471		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18472		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18473		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18509		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18595		1957
			4wDH			KrM		18705		1961


Bedi & Co, Bombay
Gauge: 2'0"

			4wDM			Brookv		3722		1951
			4wDM			Brookv		3723		1951


 
Ballarpur Industries Ltd
Chandrapur Works
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		276		1983

Yamunanagar Works
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		272		1982


Ballarpur Paper & Straw Board   79 G2
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		116

Belapur Sugar   77 E2
Gauge: 2'0"

1			0-6-0T			BMMF		947		1923
2			0-6-0T			BMMF		948		1923
3			0-6-0T			BMMF		949		1923
8			4wDH			FH		3379		1950
9			4wDH			FH		3939		1960


Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd, Bombay
Gauge: BG

			4wDHF			SAN		191		1980
			4wDHF			SAN		304		1983
			4wDHF			SAN		309		1983
			4wDH			SAN		414		1990


Bombay Back Bay Reclamation Scheme
Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-2ST			KS		4049		1921 	(a)
			0-4-2ST			KS		4050		1921 	(a)
			0-4-0ST			KS		4276		1922
			0-4-0ST			KS		4277		1922
			0-4-0ST			KS		4278		1922

(a) supplied via Meik & Buchanan, Bombay

Gauge: BG

			0-4-0ST			KS		4171		1921
			0-4-0ST			KS		4172		1921
			0-4-0ST			KS		4173		1921	(1)
	 		0-4-0ST			KS		4223		1922
	 		0-4-0ST			KS		4224		1922
	 		0-6-0ST			KS		4285		1922
			0-6-0ST			KS		4286		1922

(1) to Rohtas Industries, date unknown 


Bombay Improvement Trust
Gauge: 2'6"

			0-4-0T			OK		4421		1910
			0-4-0T			OK		6600		1913
			0-4-0T			OK		7115		1913
			4wPM			MR		1955		1920
			4wPM			MR		1956		1920


Gauge: 4' 81/2"

1			0-4-0ST			HL		3424		1920
2			0-4-0ST			HL		3425		1920
3			0-4-0ST			HL		3467		1920
4			0-4-0ST			HL		3468		1920
5			0-4-0ST			HL		3469		1920
6			0-4-0ST			HL		3477		1920
7			0-4-0ST			HL		3478		1920
8			0-4-0ST			HL		3479		1920
9			0-4-0ST			AE		1874		1921	(1)
10			0-4-0ST			AE		1875		1921	(2)
11			0-4-0ST			AE		1876		1921	(3)
12			0-4-0ST			AE		1877		1921	(4)
13			0-4-0ST			AE		1878		1921	(5)
14			0-4-0ST			AE		1879		1921	(6)
15			0-4-0ST			AE		1880		1921	(7)
16			0-4-0ST			AE		1881		1921	(8)
			0-6-0ST			MW		2004		1921
			0-6-0ST			MW		2005		1921
			0-6-0ST			MW		2006		1921

(1) returned to Britain c.1930 and sold via T W Ward to APCM Crown quarry
(2) returned to Britain c.1930 and sold via T W Ward to Totternhoe Lime Stone
(3) returned to Britain 1952 and sold to Cudworth Johnson, Wrexham
(4) returned to Britain c.1930 and sold via T W Ward to Tunnel Portland Cement
(5) returned to Britain c.1930 and sold via T W Ward to Wolseley Motors
(6) returned to Britain c.1930 and sold via T W Ward to Morecambe and Heysham Gasworks
(7) returned to Britain c.1930 and sold via T W Ward to Mirvale Chemical Co
(8) returned to Britain c.1930 and sold via T W Ward to Mirvale Chemical Co

Bombay Port Trust

From the recently published Administration report of the BPT, it is satisfactory to learn that the traffic on the Port 
Trust railway developed very considerably during the year under review, viz. 1917-18. The steady expansion of traffic is 
illustrated by the growth of the revenue receipts during the first three years since the railway opened viz. 
	
	Year 1915-16	Railway Department Revenue	Rs. 9.97 lakhs
	Year 1916-17	Railway Department Revenue	Rs. 14.94 lakhs
	Year 1917-18	Railway Department Revenue	Rs. 19.67 lakhs

Journeys performed by local wagons were 74% more than in the previous year and over 30,000 wagons were shunted, re-booked 
and diverted, 765 troop special trains were dealt with during the year and eight local passenger trains were run daily.

Expenditure on capital works during the year was kept as low as possible. The aggregate expenditure was Rs. 36.28 lakhs, of
which Rs. 32.67 was expended on the large works - Alexandra Docks, Mazagoan - Sewari reclamation and the Port Trust railway.i 

The railway serves all the docks of the port of Bombay and also the Bunders on the east of the island north of Ballard pier,
as well as various depots allotted to certain trades. It is intended primarily for goods traffic, but also conveys troop 
trains and postal and passenger trains run in connection with the mail steamers.

It consists of a double track its whole length as well as reception and sorting yards, eleven stations and a large number 
of private sidings and numerous sidings in the dock.

Sanction for construction of the line by the Bombay Port Trust was conveyed in the railway Boards notice No 152, 28/5/1913.

Wadala Junc - Victoria overbridge		1/1/1915		7.69 miles
Victoria overbridge - Docks			1/2/1915		5.94 miles
Total length of sidings							104.29 miles

Total									117.98 milesii

2-6-0T locomotives classified as A class, 2-10-2T's classified as H classiii Twenty three steam and twenty diesels working, 
1966(?)iv Of the twenty-three steam, twenty one are VF's & NW 2-6-0T's and two are NW 2-10-2T used for hump shuntingv Steam 
locos down to fifteen in number. No 14 & 29 wdn after collision damage. Steam locos are longer used in the dock area but 
shunt and trip between the various yards outside. vi Eighteen 2-6-0T's in use, No 13 & 32 condemned. 10 locos are required. vii 

Six duties for steam remain. Nos. 13, 15, 17, 19, 31 & 32 all wdn and dumped at Wadala Shed. viii   By 3/1976, there were 
fourteen steam locomotives left, of which eight were working. Both 2-10-2T's were cut up in 2/1976 along with a few of the 
2-6-0T's. There were about eight diesels.ix In 1978(?), there were 18 class A tanks, fifteen of which were working. There 
were twenty diesels of three types. Sixteen of these diesels were either under repair or in the shed just not in use. The 
steam locomotives are preferred because the diesel locomotives are under-powered.x  In 01/1984 four 2-6-0Ts were in use and t
wo were under repair. Nos 20, 24, 27 and 30 were dumped in the shed. 14/01/1985 Nos 22, 23 and 28 in steam, no 21 dead. 
There were no dumped steam xiiSteam operations ceased in 1988 all remaining locomotives were cut up on site. The old steam 
depot has been demolished and a Port Trust housing colony built over it.xii

Gauge: BG

01			0-6-0			N		2243		1877 	(a)
02			0-6-0			N		2261		1877 	(b)
03			0-6-0			N		2239		1877 	(c)
04			0-6-0			N		2241		1877 	(d)
1			2-6-0T			NW		995		1913	(1)
2			2-6-0T			NW		996		1913	(1)
3			2-6-0T			NW		997		1913	(1)
4			2-6-0T			NW		998		1913	(1)
5			2-6-0T			NW		999		1913	(1)
6			2-6-0T			NW		1000		1913	(1)
7			2-6-0T			NW		1032		1914	(2)
8			2-6-0T			NW		1033		1914	(2)
9			2-6-0T			NW		1106		1915	(2)
10			2-6-0T			NW		1107		1915
11			2-6-0T			NW		1108		1915
12			2-6-0T			NW		1109		1915
13			2-6-0T			NW		1110		1915
14			2-6-0T			NW		1111		1915
15			2-6-0T			NW		1359		1921
16			2-6-0T			NW		1360		1921
17			2-6-0T			NW		1361		1921
18			2-6-0T			NW		1362		1921
19			2-6-0T			NW		1363		1921
20			2-6-0T			NW		1364		1921
21			2-6-0T			NW		1365		1921
22			2-6-0T			NW		1366		1921
23			2-6-0T			NW		1367		1921
24			2-6-0T			NW		1368		1921
25			2-10-2T			NW		1357		1922 	(e)
26			2-10-2T			NW		1358		1922 	(e)
27			2-6-0T			VF		3572		1922
28			2-6-0T			VF		3573		1922
29			2-6-0T			VF		3574		1922
30			2-6-0T			VF		3575		1922
31			2-6-0T			VF		3576		1922
32			2-6-0T			VF		3577		1922
33			0-6-0DH			Hens		29545		1957
34			0-6-0DH			Hens		29546		1957
35			0-6-0DH			Hens		29547		1957
36			0-6-0DH			Hens		29548		1957
37			0-6-0DH			Hens		29549		1957
38			0-6-0DH			Hens		29550		1957
39			0-6-0DH			Hens		29551		1957
40			0-6-0DH			Hens		29552		1957
41			0-6-0DH			Hens		29553		1957
42			0-6-0DH			Hens		29554		1957
43			B-BDH			CLC		3017		1961 	(e)
44			B-BDH			CLC		3018		1961 	(e)
45			B-BDH			CLC		3019		1961 	(e)
46			0-6-0DH			CLC		3032		1961
47			0-6-0DH			CLC		3033		1961
48			0-6-0DH			CLC		3034		1961	
49			0-6-0DH			CLC		3035		1961
50			0-6-0DH			CLC		3036		1961
51			0-6-0DH			CLC		3037		1961
52			0-6-0DH			CLC		3038		1961
			Bo-BoDE			BHEL				1989
			Bo-BoDE			BHEL				1989
			Bo-BoDE			BHEL				1989

(a) ex GIPR L21 class, no.400. Acquired ?.
(b) ex GIPR L21 class, no.418. Acquired ?.
(c) ex GIPR L21 class, no.50. Acquired ?.
(d) ex GIPR L21 class, no.51. Originally No 13. Acquired ?.
(e) hump shunter

(1) later to Burn & Co, Calcutta (q.v.)
(2) later to Indian Iron & steel (q.v.)

Gauge: 4' 81/2"    

1			0-6-0ST			MW		1736		1908-9
2			0-6-0ST			MW		1737		1908-9
3			0-6-0ST			MW		1738		1908-9
4			0-6-0ST			MW		1743		1908-9
5			0-6-0ST			MW		1744		1908-9
6			0-6-0ST			MW		2001		1921
7			0-6-0ST			MW		2002		1921
8			0-6-0ST			MW		2003		1921

(a) locomotives used on the Anik Quarry line. Line closed in 1954.


Bombay Reclamation Co
Gauge: BG

			2-4-0WT			England				1859	(a)
			2-4-0WT			VF		451		1860	(b) 
			2-4-0T			H(L)		1277		1864	
 			2-4-0T			H(L)		1278		1864

(a) ex BBCIR A class, No.4. Acquired 1865
(b) ex BBCIR A class, No.17. Acquired 1865


Bombay State Electricity Board
Gauge: 

			4wD			Kawa		69		1962
			4wD			Kawa		70		1962


Braithwaite & Co, Tansa pipeline contract, Bombay
Gauge: 2'6"

The letting of the contract to Ms Braithwaite and Co for the laying of the Tansa pipeline from the Tansa lake to Bombay has 
involved a number of subsidiary orders. Among these is the provision of special locomotives and rolling stock for the pipes, 
which vary from 57 to 72 inches in diameter and from 43 to 60 feet in length. Each pipe weighs approximately 8 tons, the 
maximum load being 13 pipes while the normal load is 8. 

The plant which has been supplied by JF consists of 7 locomotives and 232 special pipe bogies. (There then follows a 
technical description of the locos and wagons and plates of JF 15450 and a view of a pipe bogie).xiii

The Tansa system is described in The Locomotive ,15/5/1924.

Later all sent to Kalamb Sugar factory xiv

Also see Municipal Corporation of Bombay Waterworks Department entry

1			0-8-0T			JF		15952		1923
2			0-8-0T			JF		15953		1923
3			0-8-0T			JF		15954		1923
4			0-8-0T			JF		15955		1923
5			0-8-0T			JF		15956		1923
6			0-8-0T			JF		15957		1923
7			0-8-0T			JF		15958		1923


Bundi Portland Cement, Bombay
Gauge: BG

			0-4-0ST			HE		1680		1931
			0-4-0ST			HE		1681		1931



Cemerit Co, Bombay
Gauge: BG

			???E			AEG		7146			
			???E			(Krupp		3463		1953
						(AEG		7497		1953	(a)

(a) supplied Clement & Co, Bombay


Central Indian Mining Co., Tumsar-Tirodi Tramway

Owned by Central Indian Mining and used to transport manganese ore. Taken over by BNR in 4/1916; partly converted to BG in 
1929, the rest dismantled in 1934-36.xv

Central Provinces Mining Co Ltd - This firm, who have several big tramway lines in the Central Provinces for the carriage 
of their manganese ore, have just placed a further order for two locos and a 100 goods wagons with O&AK. xvi

Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-0T			OK		1988		190
1070  JAMES		0-4-0T			OK		2075		1906
1071  THOMAS		0-6-0T			OK		1800		1906
1072  WALTER		0-4-0T			OK		2217		1907
1073  ERIC		0-4-0T			OK		2216		1906
1074  DAVID		0-4-0T			OK		1986		1906
1075  WINDHAM		0-6-0T			OK		1797		1906
1076  FRANK		0-6-0T			OK		1798		1906
1077  FRANCIS		0-4-0T			OK		2283		1907
1078  HENRY		0-6-0T			OK		1799		1906
1079  AVONSIDE		0-4-0T			AE		1442		1905
1336  ROBERT		0-6-0T			OK		3733		1910
1337  WILLIAM		0-6-0T			OK		3734		1910
1462  MARGOT		0-6-0T			OK		1762		1906
3.05   PARRY		0-4-0T			OK		10596		1923
5.08   HUDSON		0-6-0T			HC		1547		1924
5.09			0-6-0T			HC		1565		1925
5.10			0-6-0T			HC		1566		1925

Sometime between 1910 and 1923, the original locomotives were renumbered as follows:-

1070(2.01); 1071(5.01); 1072(3.02); 1073(3.03); 1074(5.02); 1075(5.03); 1076(3.04); 1077(5.04); 1078(2.02); 1336(5.05); 
1337(5.06); 1462(5.07).


Central Provinces Manganese Ore Co

Kandri Mines

By 1967 known as Manganese Ore Co of India. By 1967 line diesel worked and remaining steam locos were stored.xvii

Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-0T			OK		(a)		1937	(b)
			4wDM			RH		283895		1949
			0-4-0WT			AB		2302		1951	(b)
			0-4-0T			Jung		11400		1951    (c) (1)
			4wDM			RH		314228		1951
			4wDM			RH		314229		1951
			4wDM			RH		37533?		1954	(d)
			4wDM			RH		379914		1954	(d)
			0-4-0T			Jung		12027		1954	(b)
			0-4-0T			Jung		12028		1954	(1)

(a) IL pt 3 quotes works number as 13072 whereas IRS 109/4 quote it as 13032.
(b) Stored 1967xviii
(c) supplied via C.V. Locospoor 
(d) supplied via Greaves Cotton

(1) later to Munsar Mines.xix

Munsar Mines
Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-0T			Jung		11400		1951	(a)
			0-4-0T			Jung		12028		1954	(a)

(a) ex Kandri Mines, date unknown. In use 1967.xx



College of Military Engineering, Poona   76 C5
Gauge: MG

			4-6-0			NB		17419		1906	(a)
			0-4-4T			KS		1119		1909	(b)
			4-6-0			NB		19443		1911 	(c)
			4-6-0			K		5134		1915 	(d)

(a) ex IR B class No 36. Delivered to SIR B class No 256. Ren 36 in 1905.Became SR(?) locomotive Acquired 1959
(b) ex IR A class, No 37350. Delivered to SIR A class, No 26. Reb with larger cyls in 1931, reclassified as MA class and 
ren No 1. Became SR locomotive, ren No 37350 in 1957. Acquired 1959
(c) ex IR M class, No 31006. Delivered to NSR M class, No 163. Became CR(?) locomotive, ren 31006 in 1957. Acquired 1961
(d) ex IR M class, No 31011. Delivered to NSR M class, No 168. Became a CR(?) locomotive, ren No 31011 in 1957. Acquired 
1961


Consolidated Pneumatic Tools Co Ltd, Bombay

Now a division of Atlas Copco and renamed Chicago Pneumatic India Ltd

Gauge: 2'0"

			4wP			JF	     	18625	  	1930


Ebrahim, Dadar
Gauge: BG

			2-4-0			VF		330		1851 	(a)

(a) ex GIPR no.345, acquired 1863


Eliphinstone Land Co, Bombay
Gauge: BG

1			0-6-0			MW		130		1865	(1)
2			0-6-0			MW		131		1865	(2)

(1) sold to ISR and numbered  No 275 in 1875. Later sold to Ballapur Colliery 
(2) sold to GIPR and numbered No 345. Later re-sold to Glover & Co 


Esso, Mahul, Bombay
Gauge: BG

			6wDH			Plym		6403		1964
			4wDH			Telco		163

Gauge: 

			4wDM			RH		402811		1956	(a)

(a) supplied to Standard Vacuum Refining Co Ltd of India (original name of Esso?) supplied via James Greaves


Faviell & Fowler, Contractors for GIPR
Gauge: BG

FALKLAND		0-4-0T(?)		EBW				1851	(a)(1)

(a) Began work on 23/2/1852.

(1) Acquired by GIPR in 1853 and numbered 9. Withdrawn in 1858.xxi


Fertilizer Corporation, Trombay
Gauge: BG
			4wDH			Telco		021
			4wDH			Telco		030


Gammon India Ltd, Mumbai
Gauge: 

			4wBE			CE		B3088.A
			4wBE			CE		B3088.B

Gauge: 2'0"

			4wDH			SAN		167		1979


Shree Gopal Paper Mills, Bombay
Gauge: BG

			4wDM			RH		458590		1960


High Explosives, Kirkee   76 C5  
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		055
			4wDH			SAN		307		1983


Hindustan Construction Co Ltd, Bombay
Gauge: 2'0"

			4wBE			GB		6073		1962
			4wBE			GB		6074		1962
			4wBE			GB		6075		1962
			4wBE			GB		40112		1964 	(a)

(a) supplied via Tata Co


Keasr Sugar, Bombay
Gauge: MG

			0-4-0T			KrM		17628		1952


Kirby, Bombay
Gauge: MG

			2-4-0T			D				1872	(a)
			2-4-0T			D				1872 	(a)
			0-4-4-0T		AE		(b)		1880 	(c)

(a) ex RMR. These two locomotives are two from D 508-19/1872 and 602-14/1873. Acquired 1885
(b) one of AE 1245-78/80
(c) ex RMR, one of ISR Nos. 361-77. Acquired 1885.


Larsen & Toubro, Bombay
Gauge: 600mm

			4wDM			OK		25861		1957
			4wDM			OK		25862		1957
			4wDM			OK		25944		1960


Maharaja of Kolhapur   84 D3
Gauge: 2'0"

			0-6-0T			OK		4180		1910
			0-6-0T			OK		4270		1910


Maharastra State Electricity 
Bhusawal Power Station   65 H5
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		051
			4wDH			SAN		128		1978
			4wDH			SAN		198		1980
			Bo-BoDH			SAN		357		1986
			0-4-0DH			SAN		509		1997

Chandrapur Power Station
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		221		1981
			Bo-BoDH			SAN		370		1986
			4wDH			SAN		431		1990
			4wDH			SAN		432		1990
			4wDH			SAN		433		1990
			4wDH			SAN		437		1990
			
Khaperkheda Power Station
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		428		1990
			4wDH			SAN		429		1990
			Bo-BoDH			SAN		472		1994
			Bo-BoDH			SAN		479		1994

Parli Vaijanath Power Station
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		133
			4wDH			SAN		148		1979
			4wDH			SAN		149		1979
			Bo-BoDH			SAN		356		1986
			Bo-BoDH			SAN		435		1991

Nasik Road Power Station   76 C1
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		134
			4wDH			SAN		136		1978
			4wDH			SAN		154		1979
			4wDH			SAN		162		1979
			4wDH			SAN		166		1979
			4wDH			SAN		230		1981
			4wDH			SAN		231		1981
			Bo-BoDH			SAN		356		1986


Koradi Power Station
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		182
			4wDH			Telco		184
			4wDH			Telco		190
			4wDH			SAN		89		1976
			4wDH			SAN		90		1976
			4wDH			SAN		121		1977
			4wDH			SAN		368		1986
			4wDH			SAN		434		1991
			4wDH			SAN		436		1991	

Unknown Location
Gauge: 2'6"

			0-4-0DM			HE		6629		1965


Maharsatara Sugar
Gauge: 2'0"

1			0-6-0T			CKD		1787		1938
2			0-6-0T			CKD		1786		1938
3			0-6-0T			CKD				1938
4			0-6-0T			Jung		11086		1951
5			0-6-0T			Jung		11087		1951
6			0-6-0T			Jung		11088		1951


Manganese Ore India, Nagpur
Gauge: 2'0"

			4wDH			SAN		153		1979




Municipal Corporation of Bombay Waterworks Department

In 1910, the Municipal Commissioner for Bombay, presented Bombay Corporation a scheme estimated to cost over 7 lakhs for 
improving sewerage disposal by using a submarine channel to wash the sewerage out. xxii It is assumed that this scheme was 
Lovegrove outfall sewer.

Main workshops are at Ghatkopar, which contained two RH's and two locomotives built at Ghatkopar and eleven motor trolleys.xxiii

In 8/1983, Centreline of Bamber Bridge, Preston carried out a refurbishment on a 60kms long water supply pipe for Bombay 
(assumed to be the Tansa pipeline). The railway was already there, suggesting that it was the line used by Braithwaites for
the building of the pipeline. Four locomotives were purchased from Track Supplies, Wolverton and exported to India. When 
Centriline finished the contract, the locomotives were left in India but still owned by Centriline. 

Centriline built a locomotive at Ghatkopar but was not considered a success xxiv 

Also see Braithwaite & Co, Tansa pipeline contract, Bombay entry

Gauge: 2'6"

			0-4-0WT			HC		1097		1914	(a)
			4wDM			RH		244485		1946	(b)
			4wDM			MR		5867		1934	(c)
			4wDM			MR		8790		1943	(d)
			2w-2PMR			Wkm		5962		1951
			4wDM			MR		21283		1957	(e)
			4wDM			RH		432652		1959	(f)


(a) to Lovegrove outfall sewer. Supplied via Hudson & Co
(b) supplied via Greaves Cotton & Co
(c) Supplied to Bungey. To Hughes Bros ?/1954. To Marlow Sand & Gravel, date unknown. To Track Supplies, Wolverton 3/1983. 
To Centriline, Bamber Bridge for India 8/1983.
(d) Supplied new to Bungey. To Marlow Sand & Gravel, date unknown. To Track Supplies, Wolverton, 3/1983. To Centriline for 
India 8/1983.
(e) New to Marlow Sand & Gravel. To Track Supplies, Wolverton, 3/1983. To Centriline for India 8/1983.
(f) New to Oakley Slate, Ffestiniog 20/2/59. To Bala Lake Railway 6/6/1972. To Track Supplies, Wolverton, 23/11/1976. To 
Centriline for India 8/1983.


Nagpur Government Power Station   67 G4
Gauge: 2'6"

			4wDM			DC		2265		1950


National Fertiliser, Vijaypur   77 E1
Gauge: BG

			0-4-0DE			BHEL				1989


Ordnance Factory
Ambajhari
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		096
			4wDH			Telco		106



Ambarnath   76 B3
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		052
			4wDH			SAN		365		1986

Chandrapur
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		065


Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd, Surat
Gauge: BG
	
			4wDH			SAN		389		1987
			4wDH			SAN		399		1987


Patel Engineering Co Ltd, Bombay
Gauge: 2'6"

			4wBE			CE		5933.A		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.B		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.C		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.D		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.E		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.F		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.G		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.H		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.I		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.J		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.K		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.L		1972
			4wBE			CE		5933.M		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.A		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.B		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.C		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.D		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.E		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.F		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.G		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.H		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.I		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.J		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.K		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.L		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.M		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.N		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.O		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.P		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.Q		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.R		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.S		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.T		1972
			4wBE			CE		5947.U		1972
			4wBE			CE		B1807.A		1978	(a)
			4wBE			CE		B1807.B		1978	(a)
			4wBE			CE		B1807.C		1978	(a)
			4wBE			CE		B1807.D		1978	(a)
			4wBE			CE		B1807.E		1978	(a)

(a) supplied for use on 'Yamuna Hydro project'


Petro Carbon & Chemicals Ltd, Haldi   84 D3
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		215		1981


Phalton Sugar, Satara   84 C1  RTC
Gauge: 2'0"

			0-4-0T			Hens		17230		1919
4			0-4-0DM			JF		4110020		1950
5			0-4-0DM			JF		4110021		1950
			2w-2PMR			Wkm		5861		1951
S1			4-4-0T			WB		3016		1952	(a)
S2			4-4-0T			WB		3017		1952	(a)
S3			4-4-0T			WB		3018		1952	(a)

(a) supplied via Greaves Cotton


Price & Willis, Bombay Docks Construction
Gauge: 4'8 1/2 "

CORNBROOK		0-6-0T			MW		1063		1888	(a, 1)
EASTNEY			0-6-0ST			HC		441		1895	(b, 1)
BARRY			0-6-0ST			HC		442		1896	(c)
LORD WINDUS		0-6-0ST			MW		1291		1896	(d, 1)
GERTRUDE		0-6-0ST			P		716		1898	(e, 1)
ST LEONARDS		0-6-0ST			MW		1431		1899	(f)
LYDIA			0-6-0ST			HC		567		1900	(g, 1)
LEDSHAM			0-6-0ST			MW		1491		1900	(h) 
ELEPHANTA		0-6-0ST			MW		1673		1906	(1)
BOMBAY			0-6-0ST			MW		1674		1906	(2)
			0-4-0T			9E				1906	(i)
			0-4-0T			9E				1906	(j)
MALABAR			0-6-0ST			MW		1723		1908

(a) Delivered to T A Walker, Contractors. Delivered to Patricroft. To India 1906.
(b) Supplied to John Price for HM Dockyard, Portsmouth. To Tuxford, LDECR. To Barry Docks. To Immingham Docks. To India 1906.
(c) This loco is probably not the right loco. 
(d) Supplied to Price & Willis, to Barry Docks. To India 1906.
(e) Suppled to C J Wills, Sheffield. To India 1906.
(f) Supplied to John Price, Crowhurst Park Siding. To India 1906.
(g) Supplied to C J Wills, Ilford for Woodford Ilford Railway Contract. To India 1906.
(h) Supplied to Price & Reeves, Hooton. To India 1906.
(i) Originally built as a 2-20RT loco as the power unit of steam railcars built by the LSWR at their Nine Elms Works. 
No 738. Converted to a 0-4-0T at Eastleigh Works in 1913. Purchased by the Ministry of Munitions in 3/1917 for use at 
Dunball, Bridgewater, Somerset. Sold to Bombay Docks 3/1923. xxv
(j) Originally built as a 2-20RT loco as the power unit of steam railcars built by the LSWR at their Nine Elms Works. 
No 743. Converted to a 0-4-0T at Eastleigh Works in 1913. Purchased by the Admiralty in 3/1917 for use at Portsmouth 
Dockyard. Sold to Bombay Docks 3/1923. ii

(1) Sent to Mesopotamia in 1917 for use on Military Railways. Possibly numbered in the series 417-422 xxvi
(2) Returned to C T Wills, Hendon (Also recorded as C J Wills, Beacontree). Sold to Samuel Williams, Dagenham Dock 1932. 
Retained name and numbered 18. Scr 1956 xxvii


Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers Co Ltd, Trombay
Gauge: BG

			Bo-BoDH			SAN		545		1998


Salsette Trombay Railway (a)
Gauge: 4'8 1/2 "

STR No.1		0-4-0ST			WB		2171		1921-2
STR No.2		0-4-0ST			WB		2172		1921-2
STR No.3		0-4-0ST			WB		2173		1921-2
STR No.4		0-4-0ST			WB		2174		1921-2
STR No.5		0-4-0ST			WB		2175		1921-2
STR No.6		0-4-0ST			WB		2176		1921-2
STR No.7		0-4-0ST			WB		2177		1921-2
STR No.8		0-4-0ST			WB		2178		1921-2

(a) A Bombay Improvement Trust project. Crossed GIPR line at Kurla


Sewerage Tunnel, Bombay
Gauge: 750mm

			4wDH			CS		5456		1996
			4wDH			CS		5457		1996
			4wDH			CS		5458		1996


R J Shah & Co, Bombay
Gauge: 2'0"

			4wBE			WR		7238		1970
			4wBE			WR		7239		1970
			4wBE			WR		7409		1970
			4wBE			WR		7410		1970


Suland Sugar Mills, Bombay
Gauge: 2'0"

			0-6-0T			Jung		11696		1952


Tata Power Co Ltd

It is understood that the GIPR are providing a siding at Loavla station which is required for the carriage of materials
to the Walwandam in connection with the Tata works at Lonvla xxviii

Bhira Power Station
Gauge: MG

			0-4-0DM   		JF		4210028		1949

Bombay
Gauge: 2'6"

			4-6-0T			HE		1370		1919 	(a)
			4-6-0T			HE		1371		1919 	(b)
			0-6-0WT			HC		1391		1920
			0-6-0WT			HC		1392		1920

(a) ex WDLR, WD No 3254. Not delivered to WD due to end of WW1. Stored at WD dump, Purfleet Wharf, Essex prior to 
delivery to India.
(b) ex WDLR, WD No 3255. Not delivered to WD due to end of WW1. Stored at WD dump, Purfleet Wharf, Essex prior to 
delivery to India.

 
Mulhoi, near Poona
Gauge: 2'6"

			0-4-0WT			HC		1393		1920
			0-4-0WT			HC		1394		1920
			0-4-0WT			HC		1395		1920

Unknown location (a)
Gauge: MG

			4wP			FH		2069		1937

(a) not necessarily in Maharastra or its constituent former states 

Tata Electric Co, Thermal Power Trombay
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		072
			4wDH			Telco		073
			4wDE			SAN		358		1986
			4wDE			BHEL				1989


Tata Hydro-Electric Power Supply Co, Bombay
Gauge: 2'0"

			0-6-0WT			HC		1458		1921


Tata Engineering, Bombay
Gauge: 2'6"

			0-4-0WT			HC		1396		1921
			0-4-0WT			HC		1462		1923	(a)

(a) supplied via Hudson & Co


Telco, Poona
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			Telco		192


Tudco Ltd, Bombay
Gauge: 

			4wDM			RH		266567		1949
			4wDM			RH		266571		1949


Universal Ferro & Allied Chemicals, Tumsar  67 H4
Gauge: BG

			4wDH			SAN		218		1981


Walchandnagar Industries
Gauge: 2'6"

1			0-6-0DM			Dav		3018		1947
2			0-6-0DM			Dav		3019		1947
3			0-6-0DM			Dav		3027		1947
4			0-6-0DM			Brookv		4403		1959
5			0-6-0DM			Brookv		4404		1959


Gauge: BG

711			4-8-4T								(a)

(a) Supposedly ex-IR BS class 711, acquired 1967. xxix Cannot find this in IL?

Locomotives now OOU. Were also agents for equipment for sugar factories and plantations.


i IRG Vol 11, p216
ii History of Indian railways constructed p?
iii IRG, Vol 18 p112
iv IRS 100/4
v IRS 109/4
vi CRJ No 41
vii CRJ No 50
viii CRJ No 54
ix IRS 206/19
x IRS 226/24
xi CRJ 62
xii CRJ No 106
xiii Indian Railway Gazzeteer, July 1924 p 264
xiv IL pt iv
xv IL pt 3
xvi IE 5/2/1911
xvii IRS 109/4
xviii IRS 109/4
xix IRS 109/4
xx IRS 109/4
xxi IL 1
xxii IE 9/1910
xxiii CRJ 106
xxiv RDD 18/10/89
xxv RlyBy v3n4 and MTI
xxvi MER p98
xxvii RlyBly V2n6
xxviii IE 06/01/1912
xxix CRJ No.38



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