Bangladesh - Preserved

BANGLADESH

Locos are at following locations along with "....other 2'6" gauge locos are believed to be stored at Khulna....". The line 
also had C14, a sister WB to C15. It also got two NB 2-8-2 G class locos from NWR in 1950. These were in turn were ex BNR in 
1917. And two WB 0-6-2 J class locos, both ex NWR. i

Saidpur Works
Gauge: 2'6"

C15 			2-4-0T 			WB 		2539 		1935	(a)


(a) Supplied to EBSR, No. 15. To East Pakistan at partition for use on Khulna - Bagerhat Railway. Line converted to BG in 
1970. 


Divisional HQ, Raksay 
Gauge: 2'6"

CB8 			2-4-0T			 VF		 1757 		1900 	(a)

(a) Supplied to Cooch Behar State Railway. CB class, No. 8. This was replaced by a MG line in 1910. In 1912 it was 
transferred to the construction work of the Sara Transgipment Yard. In 1916 it was transfered to JKR. In 1918 it was 
transferred back to EBSR. It is assumed that it remained numbered CB7 throughout this period (at least by EBSR if nobody e
lse!). To East Pakistan at partition for use on Khulna - Bagerhat Railway. Line converted to BG in 1970. 


Pahartali 
Gauge: 2'6"

CB7 			2-4-0T 			VF 		1756		 1900 	(a)

(a) Supplied to Cooch Behar State Railway. CB class No. 7. Then to EBSR 1910, EBSR was a loose confederation of five 2'6" 
gauge lines in the Bengal area. Khulna - Bagerhat Railway. To East Pakistan at partition for use on KBR. This was the only 
2'6" gauge in East Pakistan at partition. Line converted to BG in 1970. 

i CRJ No 41



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