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Charleston Lumber 2-4-0 No. 3Posted by: Anonymous on Oct 18, 2019 @ 21:10:37
Message to webmaster, please change the status of this engine to restoration.

Philip Holzmann 0-4-0T No. UnknownPosted by: ILFORD on Oct 18, 2019 @ 20:10:59
Loco title from Philip Holzmann (VVM No. ??) Gauge is 685 mm.

Taff Vale Railway 0-6-2T No. 28 450 WD205 67 Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 18, 2019 @ 13:10:32
The former Taff Vale Railway 0-6-2T No. 28 is to steam again following the launch of a £160,000 appeal to get it steaming again. The National Railway Museum has signed a agreement with the Welsh Railway Trust who are the custodians of the locomotive to have it overhauled to running order for the first time since 1990 at the Gwili Railway.

War Department Light Railways 4-6-0T No. 1058 608Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 18, 2019 @ 13:10:20
The ex War Department Light Railways 1917 Baldwin built 4-6-0T No. 608 has been fully restored to running condition and steamed for the first time since 1994. The locomotive has been moved to the Welsh Highland Railway (Caernarfon) for running in trials and a short loan to them which will be the first time a Baldwin 10-12-D Class has ran on the line since 1942.

Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron 0-4-0T No. 91Posted by: Jay on Oct 17, 2019 @ 18:10:08
The engine appears to be a 4-4-0...

Serpon Sugar Mills 0-4-0GTVB No. UnknownPosted by: John Taubeneck on Oct 16, 2019 @ 16:10:05
In 1989 Earl and Beth discovered a locomotive in a nature preserve in Belize. The locomotive albeit narrow gauge is very much like the locomotive at Negaunee, MI. Again almost certainly a Chaplin except that stamped in the frame is "Tredegar Engine Works, J.R.Anderson & Co., Richmond, Va."

Great Western Railway 4-6-0 No. 6989 'Wightwick Hall'Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 16, 2019 @ 09:10:50
The newly restored No. 6989 "Wightwick Hall" is currently visiting the Battlefield Line Railway for their 50th Anniversary Gala weekend from the 18th to 20th of October 2019. But it has just been announced that the locomotive will be staying at the railway for a further 3 months till January 2020.

FAF 2-6-2T No. 3 "Camila"Posted by: ILFORD on Oct 15, 2019 @ 05:10:11
Loco built by WE 15 in 1995. This railway has a gauge of 500mm.

Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers 0-4-0ST No. 'Swanscombe No 4'Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 14, 2019 @ 13:10:14
The ex Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers Hawthorn Leslie built 0-4-0ST "Swanscombe No 4" will be visiting the Northampton & Lamport Railway for their Autumn Gala weekend on the 19th and 20th of October 2019.

Southern Pacific RR 4-6-0 No. 2355Posted by: Anonymous on Oct 14, 2019 @ 09:10:43
The engine was cosmetically restored a few years ago and now looks far better. The high fence was also removed and is now in a more appropriate-looking display.

FAF 2-6-2T No. 3 "Camila"Posted by: b hillsdon on Oct 14, 2019 @ 04:10:49
the r/n is 3 (see photo) the name is camila

OeBB(NOLB) 2-6-0T No. 91.107(102.04)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 17:10:27
This locomotive first served with the NÖLB as No. 102.04 (1908 - 1909) before becoming No. 199.07 with the kkStB (1909 - 1918); DÖStB (1918 - 1919); ÖStB (1919 - 1921) and BBÖ (1921 - 1938). It was absorbed into the DRB as No. 98.1351 (1938 - 1945) which was retained by the ÖStB (1945 - 1953) before ending its service years as ÖBB No. 91 107 and subsequent preservation.

Georgia Northern RR 4-6-0 No. 102Posted by: Anonymous on Oct 13, 2019 @ 17:10:18
The eccentric rod of the engine has recently fallen off. Other than that, the engine still appears to be in good condition.

BASF 0-4-0F No. (47)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:11
Originally served with BASF, Ludwigshafen, Germany as their No. 47, and later Nordzucker AG, 38315 Schladen (also Germany) before, in 1987, arriving at Eisenbahnfreunde Paderborn before being swapped with ÖGEG for another locomotive the following year

ÖBB (NOLB, DR) 0-8-0+4 No. 399.01 (50, Mh 1, 99 1111)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:42
Formerly Felten & Guilleaume, Kapfenberg, named Barbara.

ÖBB (kkStB) 0-8-0T No. 92.2231 (178.84)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:06
The loco was delivered to the kkStB as No. 178.74 in 1914 which it retained through its time with DÖStB (1918 - 1919); ÖStB (1919 - 1921) and BBÖ (1921 - 1938). Then imcorporated into the DRB as No. 99.2231 until 1945, that number has been retained through ÖStB (1945 - 1953) and ÖBB (1953 - 1970) ownership into preservation.

Bleckmann-Stahlwerke 0-6-0T No. 'Phoenix'Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:10
The locomotive is owned by Family Kovac

ÖBB (NOLB, DR) 0-8-0+4 No. 399.005 (Mh.5, 99 1115)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:05
Delivered to the NOLB in 1908 as their No. Mh.5 , retaining that identity in BBÖ (1922 - 1938) whence it became DRB No. 99 1115 (1938 - 1945), then ÖStB (1945 - 1953). The ÖBB inherited this locomotive in 1953 as their No. 399.05, which also ran as No. 399.005. The ÖBB inherited this locomotive in 1953 as their No. 399.05, the identity it retained when purchased by the ÖGEG fleet at Sommerhubermühlein (Steyrtalbahn) in 2009. Currentlty awaiting restoration.

ÖBB (NOLB DR) 0-8-0+4 No. 399.004 (53, Mh4, 99 1114)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:11
Delivered to the NOLB in 1906 as their No. 53, it was renumbered Mh.4 (1908 - 1922) retaining that identity in BBÖ (1922 - 1938) whence it became DRB No. 99 1114 (1938 - 1945), then ÖStB (1945 - 1953). The ÖBB inherited this locomotive in 1953 as their No. 399.04, which also ran as No. 399.004. The ÖBB inherited this locomotive in 1953 as their No. 399.04, the identity it retained into the NÖVOG fleet in 2010. Believed to be operational since 2015.

ÖBB (NOLB, DR) 0-8-0+4 No. 399.003 (52, Mh3, 99 1113) Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:45
Delivered to the NOLB in 1906 as their No. 52, it was renumbered Mh.3 (1908 - 1922) retaining that identity in BBÖ (1922 - 1938) whence it became DRB No. 99 1113 (1938 - 1945), then ÖStB (1945 - 1953). The ÖBB inherited this locomotive in 1953 as their No. 399.03, which also ran as No. 399.003. Latterly from 2008, and running on the SLB, at Zell am See, the identity has reverted to No. Mh3.

ÖBB (NOLB, DR) 0-8-0+4 No. 399.01 (50, Mh 1, 99 1111)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:49
Delivered to the NOLB in 1906 as their No. 50, it was renumbered Mh.1 (1908 - 1922) retaining that identity in BBÖ (1922 - 1938) whence it became DRB No. 99 1111 (1938 - 1945), then ÖStB (1945 - 1953). The ÖBB inherited this locomotive in 1953 as their No. 399.01, the identity it retained into the NÖVOG fleet in 2010.

JZ(ZBH) 0-6-4cog No. 97.029Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 13, 2019 @ 16:10:49
This locomotive started life as BHLB (Bosnien-Herzegowina) No. IIIc5 729 (1914 - 1918) and retained that identity into SHS service (1918 - 1933), whence it became JDŽ 97-029 (1933 - 1953), latterly JŽ (1953 - 1977). Though currently displayed by Club 760, the locomotive is actually owned by Technisches Museum, Wien.

Great Western Railway 4-6-0 No. 4079 'Pendennis Castle'Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 13, 2019 @ 11:10:56
No. 4079 is one of the most famous steam locomotives in the world. Built in 1924 at Swindon she was allocated to Old Oak Common Depot from new. In 1925 she was put on display at the Great Wembley Exhibition along side "Flying Scotsman" and in the same year the locomotive was loaned to the LNER for a series of trial runs from London Kings Cross to Leeds which No. 4079 came out on top. Withdrawn from service in 1964 she was bought privately for preservation and operated on the mainlines during the last years of steam in the late 1960s and the early 1970s. In 1977 No. 4079 was sold for preservation to Australia where she was operated and based for 23 years on the Hamersley Iron Railway in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In 1989 No. 4079 was taken down to Perth to be reunited with No. 4472 "Flying Scotsman" which was touring Australia at the time for a series of railtours round Western Australia then. 4079 was last steamed in Australia in 1994 as she was in need of heavy repairs and a overhaul but happily in 2000 she was shipped back home to the UK and to be placed in the care of the Great Western Society at Didcot.

British Railways 2-10-0 No. 92240Posted by: Russell Newman on Oct 13, 2019 @ 07:10:25
A appeal has been launched during the Giants of Steam Weekend at the Bluebell Railway that will see BR Standard 9F 2-10-0 No. 92240 get overhauled back in to steam again. Which will see a lot of work needed and money for this to happen.

ÖBB (BBÖ, DR) 2-8-2T No. 93.1420 (378.120)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 16:10:24
This locomotive was sold, in 2011, by Brenner & Brenner to Neue Landesbahn, Mistelbach, Austria. It is now, apparently, Operational. Previous owners were:- BBÖ (1928 - 1938) as No. 378.120. Sequestrated by DRB as No. 93 1420 (1938 - 1945) it carried this identity with the ÖStB (1945 - 1953), thereafter with ÖBB and, latterly Brenner & Brenner, before its more recent sale. It was working in 2016.

DTKC 0-4-0Tram No. 8Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 15:10:27
was originally DTKC 8 (1884 - 1907), becoming WStW No.8 that latter year. Since preservation it has been at Bergbau Fohnsdorf, and later restored in Romania.

ÖBB (NOLB, DR) 0-6-2T No. 298.54 (U 54, 99 7820)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 15:10:15
originally DTKC No. 31 Stammersdorf (1904 - 1907) which became WStW No. 31 (1907 - 1913 un-named). It ran as NÖLB No. 6.01 (1913 - 1922), then as BBÖ No. 296.01 (1922 - 1932). Since then it has worked for both Lamingtal Schleppbahn and Mürztaler Papierfabrik prior to long-term preservation. It had a general repair in Poland, 1992. Operates at Museumstramway Mariazell.

Budapest Lokalbahn 0-4-0Tram No. 5 'Adele'Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 15:10:35
This locomotive is actually a 0-4-0Tram named Adele, currently outstationed and Active at NBiK, Technikmuseum Historma, Ferlach, Austria. It was previously lent to the museum from Museums Tramway, Mariazell around 2005 (initially until 2011) after being restored in Reghin, Romania, as a steam tram - having earlier in the 20th century been converted to diesel. It may now be owned by NBiK.

Rheinregulierungsbahn 0-4-0T No. 200.05 (23 'Maffei')Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 14:10:35
Originally Rheinregulierungsbahn, Bauleitung Bregenz No. 23 Maffei (1922 - 1938). Thereafter it became Rheinregulierungsbahn, Bauleitung Rorschach Liesl, sometimes bearing the number 200.05 along with the name. Its owner is Society Rhein-Schauen.

International Rhine Regulation Rly 0-4-0T No. 12 'St. Gallen'Posted by: Dale W Fickés on Oct 12, 2019 @ 14:10:21
This locomotive was formerly Rheinregulierungsbahn No. 12 St. Gallen though latterly it lost its number. Whilst it is located at the Rheinregulierungsbahn, Lustenau, Austria it is actually owned by Community Widnau, Switzerland across the River Rhine
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