Surviving and Preserved locomotives in East, South East and North East Frontier India

This album contains pictures of surviving and preserved locomotives in Eastern, South Eastern and North East Frontier India.

Date: 2008-09-29
Owner: Gallery Administrator
Size: 83 items

Steam Loco 3134.


ER Steam Loco 2/S, Howrah Rail Museum

HPS 32_1

HPS 62 of East Pakistan Railway donated by Jamalpur Loco Shed.


Remains of 'A' class DHR locomotive at Tindharia shed, February 2007, by Dave Harris. (Uploaded by SP.) (Dave Harris)


This 40 ton breakdown steam crane was built by Ransomes and Rapier at Ipswich, England in 1924. It was originally based at Shahdol during Bengal Nagpur Railway days and it was in service as recently as 1998. Courtesy Saibal Bose.


Narrow Gauge PL Class Steam Locomotive #694 plinthed at Vishakapatnam (Harish Kumar)

A 011

Please identify this loco! ()

A 009

Portion of a loco containing twenty eight (4-8-2+2-8-4) wheels. (Rahul)

Andrew Barcklay

A view of two tiny industrial locomotives, on display at Arunachal Plywood Industries Limited, at a small town of Namsai, in Lohit district of Arunachal Pradesh. Both of them are 0-6-0 tank, manufactured by M/s Andrew Barclay & Sons, Ltd., in their Ca


An appreciable effort of Katwa Narrow Gauge loco shed employees. Apart from performing their regular duties, they kept one of their iconic locomotive so well maintained! everywhere else these are maintained by Heritage Directorate of Indian Rail. (Shubhab


Telco built YG #3213 of old Mariani Steam Locoshed is now plinthed outside Mariani station. The loco served last on 7th March 1997, but the introductory board in the front provides some wrong information regarding that. I remember the thence station maste


MAWD class steam locomotive stationed in front of New Jalpaiguri station. 2012-02-05. (Lalam)


CC 670 "Indrani" a Narrow Gauge loco showcased within a beautifully maintained garden outside Durgapur Station. This is the best view of the loco one can have. (Avishek Basu)


'Work Horse on Wheels'A close shot of the other side of the loco. (Avishek Basu)


Bio-data of the loco written on the side face of the loco. Spot the spelling mistake. :) (Avishek Basu)