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|Courtaulds Ltd 0-4-0ST No. 1 'Caliban'||Posted by: Steve Frost on 2008-07-26 13:58:46.473|
The loco is at Carnforth, though dismantled and the pieces all over the large site. When I asked about the loco I was told that the frames were in the undergrowth and I'd need a machete to seen them (Strangeley, I didn't have one with me!)
I think I may have found the cab and saddle tank, but there was nothing to identify them. In fact, the only bit I could positively say was connected with 'Caliban' was the dome cover - with the loco's name chalked on it.
|Furness Railway 0-4-0ST No. 25||Posted by: Steve Frost on 2008-07-26 13:45:04.677|
This very old loco has been in storage for a very long time, which is a shame because it is one of the few survivors from the Furness Railway, and one of the older locos still extant. The good news is that I was told at Carnforth today (7.26.08) that she's been sold to a new owner and that restoration should follow. The saddle tank, chimney and dome cover are stored on another part of the site at the moment. Watch this space!
|Usina Ser Grand 0-4-2T No. 1||Posted by: Grasiela Luiza Manzano on 2008-07-25 14:49:35.193|
Estou preparando junto a Rede Graal um posto temático, no Estado de São Paulo, onde a nº 1 estará em exposição e em funcionamento a cada quinze dias, gostaria de colocar para os visitantes um texto com informações sobre a locomotiva. Seria até interessante se tivessemos uma história/aventura da nº1 durante sua atuação na usina.
Muito Grata, Grasiela
|Brimstone & New River RR Shay - 3 truck No. 35||Posted by: Bobby on 2008-07-24 07:41:24.64|
The engine no. 35 is still at Cass
|Virginia & Truckee RR 4-4-0 No. 11||Posted by: Jay on 2008-07-23 23:06:45.873|
Virigina & Truckee No. 11 "Reno" was the first locomotive purchased by V&T RR specifically to pull passenger trains. Built in 1872 by M. baird & Company aka "Baldwin" the Reno was delivered during construction of the extenion of railroad between Reno and Carson City. The locomotive had the honor of pulling the first scheduled train from Reno to Virginia City. This locomotive needs to be in a railroad museum like the Nevada State Railroad Museum were Reno can be meticulously return well care for.
|Unknown 0-8-0T No. SH-1||Posted by: H.J. Ritz on 2008-07-23 08:14:07.28|
This locomotive was not built by Vulcan Iron Works (Wilkes-Barre), but by Vulcan Stettin.
|SNCF 2-8-2 No. 141R 568||Posted by: H.J. Ritz on 2008-07-23 05:59:15.95|
This locomotive now is in Switzerland. At the moment it is at Schaffhausen, Switzerland, but it will go to St. Sulpice, Switzerland (VVT), in the near future.
|Sumter & Choctaw RR 2-6-2 No. 103||Posted by: Daniel Temple on 2008-07-22 14:43:52.107|
Locomotive is displayed with a freight train on a siding at the railroad station at Essex, CT. It is not being maintained and its condition is deteriorating.
|Brimstone & New River RR Shay - 3 truck No. 35||Posted by: Isaac on 2008-07-22 13:22:04.827|
The engine no. 35 is still at Cass
|W.M. Carney Mill Co. Shay - 3 truck No. 36 (Cass Scenic 10)||Posted by: Isaac on 2008-07-22 08:11:50.89|
This locomotive IS currently on the shop floor in Cass, although it is a priority of the shop to get the other, previously operable locomotives (Shay #s 4, 5, 11) repaired first. Sanding of the exterior appears to be the only work completed at the present time (as of October 22, 2005).
|SCB(SBB) 0-4-4-0T No. 196||Posted by: H.J. Ritz on 2008-07-22 07:03:30.92|
The locomotive is not at Luzern. It has been restored to working order by Dampfgruppe Balsthal several years ago. It si still in operational, based at Balsthal, Switzerland, on loan from SBB Historic.
|TCDD 2-8-2 No. 46059||Posted by: Memet Tanrisever on 2008-07-22 02:09:16.857|
I was in Camlik Train Museum, last week, and I saw this one there. It is not in Alasehir at the moment...
|ZiegelplantLudowici 0-4-0T No. Unknown||Posted by: Karlheinz Rohrwild on 2008-07-21 11:21:10.107|
5745 Ludovici C. B t 500 14ah 1908 S
Ausgeliefert an: Ludovici C(arl).
Achsfolge: B = zwei
Bauart t = Tenderlokomotive
Spurweite: 500 mm
Lieferwerk S = Sendling bei München Südbahnhof
the Fahrzeugmuseum at Marxzell had only Krauss in 500mm Bt (0-4-0T) No 5745 build in 1908 in Munich-Sendling. It's pressure was 12 bar. It is today located at the Feldbahn-Museum 500mm
in Nurenberg, Germany. Link www.feldbahn500.de
It is currently being restored.
More data and pic will folow,
|UsinaCoruripe(Gr. Army) 0-8-0T No. Unknown||Posted by: Horst Wolff on 2008-07-21 07:16:16.467|
Gauge 0,60m .
Static display, well preserved
|Usina Coruripe 0-6-0T No. Unknown||Posted by: Horst Wolff on 2008-07-21 07:15:07.903|
Actually this is a Orenstein & Koppel product.
Static display, well preserved as are all 5 locos from this mill
|Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light Railway 0-4-2WT No. 1 'Gazelle'||Posted by: Steve Frost on 2008-07-19 13:56:33.24|
This unusual survivor is that rarest of items - the private owner's 'personal engine'. Built for a wealthy business man, William Burkitt. He is said to have travelled from King's Lynn to Chesterfield on it, fulfilling a boyhood boast, although by then in his 70s. The loco really saw little use after this and was sold after Mr Burkitt's death to T.W.Ward, locomotive dealer and scrap merchant, who subsequently re-sold it to Colonel Stephens for use on the Shropshire and Mongomeryshire Railway as an inspection loco. It was rebuilt by Bagnalls and lost its original 2-2-2T wheel arrangement and its elegant Mansell drivers of 45 inch diameter in the process.
The Shropshire and Montgomeryshire was, like most of the Colonel's railways, a poverty stricken outfit, and would have died but for the Second World War when the army took over and operated it to serve ammunition storage in the area. They took to 'Gazelle' (Well, its cute, isn't it!) and this may have been instrumental in its survival. In 1950, the army handed the S&MR to British Railways, who promptly condemned everything - except 'Gazelle', which went to the Longmoor Military Railway on loan and eventually ended up in the Museum of Army Transport at Beverley. When that closed it has moved to the very appropriate site of the Colonel Stephens Railway Museum.
|Gulf Pulp & Paper Co. 0-6-0 No. 48||Posted by: stephen shuglo on 2008-07-18 22:54:26.41|
Greetings, I was born in Clarke City , and I knew the people who worked on this engine and there history. In Clarke City , which was a private own mill town section of the operations were operated by family teams, The railway line was run by the Dionne and Bourque family. Anyway I happen to know more about this engine , I have also visited the Clarke City museum and this engine two years ago. p/s if you need more info please contact me,,,
|CF du Nord Est(TourySugar) 0-6-0T No. Unknown||Posted by: Joop van Leeuwen on 2008-07-18 10:35:30.597|
Please send me your correct e-mail adress. I want to send a picture.
Joop van Leeuwen
|Southern Pacific RR 0-6-0 No. 1251 (V&T 30)||Posted by: Big Al on 2008-07-17 22:34:38.78|
This locomotive is in storage (as far as I know). The V&T purched this locomotive intending to convert it in to a 2-6-0, but all they have done is disasemble it, so dont expect it on the rail soon.
|Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Co. 2-6-0 No. 1||Posted by: Big Al on 2008-07-17 22:28:39.343|
If I'm not mistaken, the NSRM is restoring this locomotive. It is sitting dissasembled in there shops awaiting a new boiler. The museum bought a boiler, but sadly it did not fit the frame.
|Denver & Rio Grande Western RR 2-8-2 No. 476||Posted by: Musa on 2008-07-17 08:16:29.81|
Number 476 can physically be steamed up anytime, but she is not legal to operate. If she is to steam again, the crack in her frame will need repairs, new wheels & tires are needed, the boiler will need retubing, and new bearings will be needed. With lack of timing, the railroad has had enough trouble with their current operating locomotives. Engines 481, and 482 are under major overhauls, 473 just came out from her overhaul, and 478 will also be going in. This pretty much leaves 476 on the back burner sadly. Hopefully the railroad will find the time to overhaul old 476.
|CFR(KPEV) 4-6-0 No. 38.3199(2580)||Posted by: marius on 2008-07-16 17:52:59.03|
The ex C.F.R. 230.106 -actualy DR 38 3199 was buy in 1998 together with ex C.F.R. 50.397, from the German association named "Suddeutsche Eisenbahn-Museum Heilbronn.
|FS 2-6-0 No. 625.116||Posted by: Steve Frost on 2008-07-16 17:50:35.763|
What an excellent photo of this Italian classic. It shows the leading Zara truck arrangement with the leading drivers and the front carrying wheels in a truck to give something of the effect of a 4 wheel leading truck. In Italy it is the 'Carello Italiano'.
It also shows well the outside valve chest and Walschearts valve gear on an inside cylinder loco - a feature not found very often but common on Italian 2-6-0s.
|FS 2-6-0 No. 625.164||Posted by: H.J. Ritz on 2008-07-16 08:08:12.36|
This is not a 4-cylinder locomotive, but a 2-cylinder locomotive with inside cylinders and outside piston valves, activated by outside valve gear.
This applies to all locomotives of class 625 and class 640, too.
|CFR(KPEV) 4-6-0 No. 230.096||Posted by: Unknown on 2008-07-16 06:52:26.733|
The locomotive was built by Linke-Hofmann Breslau.
230.096(ex 38 2506) Nr.Fab.1850-1919.
|Ji Tong Railway 2-10-2 No. QJ 7081||Posted by: Brady on 2008-07-15 19:48:14.31|
The 6988 & 7081 are stored in Newton, Iowa, not Rock Island, Illinois. I have seen videos of these engines in videos, and they are great locomotives. As I said, R.J. Corman has bought and tested QJ No. 7040 (now No. 2008), and it needs to be added to this website.
|Ji Tong Railway 2-10-2 No. QJ 6988||Posted by: Brady on 2008-07-15 19:34:42.983|
I was wrong, the 6988 and the 7081 are stored in Newton, Iowa, not Rock Island, Illinois. I've seen these engines in videos and they are very nice locomotives. Like I said, R.J. Corman has bought and tested a QJ and it needs to be added to this website.
|CFR(KPEV) 0-10-0 No. 50.852||Posted by: marius on 2008-07-15 15:38:36.25|
The locomotive is located in Oradea depot.
|SBB 2-6-2T No. 5810||Posted by: H.J. Ritz on 2008-07-15 06:17:00.203|
The locomotive is at Burgdorf, Switzerland. The branch line to Eriswil was abandoned back in 1978 (rails removed)
|Bern-Schwarzenburg Bahn 2-6-0T No. 51||Posted by: H.J. Ritz on 2008-07-15 06:15:16.437|
Correct abbreviation of railway is:
BSB (for Bern-Schwarzenburg-Bahn)
The locomotive is at Burgdorf, Switzerland, being restord to working order. The branch line to Eriswil was abandoned back in 1978 (rails removed)