Great Western broad gauge (84.25" - 2140mm) Rover class 4-2-2
Emperor and her crew pose for their photograph - date & location
Photo : RAT collection
The Forestal Land & Timber Company was registered in London
in March 1906 and took over the assets of a local concern in the
Santa Fe province of Argentina; including forests of quebracho, from
which tannin was extracted, that were served by light railways of various
gauges. This picture dates from June 1907 and shows a 750mm train on
the Colmena line headed by a recently acquired Orenstein & Koppel
Photo : Chris Walker collection
The vast majority of images in the archive are not as old as those shown
above and more than half are in colour.
Caminhos de Ferro de Mocambique Henschel built 4-4-2 number 813
heads a passenger working bound for Nampula on 16/07/1969.
Photo : Basil Roberts
Byvalla-Langshyttans Jarnvag 891mm gauge 2-8-0 number 5 Thor shunts at Langshyttans early in the morning of 25th May 1960
Photo Trevor Rowe
FC del Santa 2-6-0 number 10, a Henschel product of 1928, stands adjacent
to the Pacific Ocean at the Peruvian port of Chimbote, some 300kms north
of Lima. This line closed following severe damage by earthquake in 1970.
Photo taken in 1953 by David Ibbotson - Chris Walker Collection
One of a class of 49 2-8-0s, built by either Krupp, Henschel or Esslingen in
1938/9, heads a train on the Trans Iranian Railway that may be somewhere
along the Dez gorge section south of Tehran in 1941.
Photo : J D How - Chris Walker Collection