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Southern Railway 4-4-0 No. 925 30925 'Cheltenham'Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-20 10:15:51'}
The NRMs Southern Railway Schools Class 4-4-0 No. 925 "Cheltenham" is to have a repaint to BR Brunswick Green livery with its British Railways Number 30925. Following a agreement reached between the Mid-Hants Railway and the National Railway Museum which will see the locomotive repainted by the end of August 2019.

New York, Chicago & St. Louis RR 2-8-4 No. 757Posted by: Michael Cullison on {ts '2019-06-19 16:58:05'}
757 was moved in November of 2018 and is now at the Mad River & NKP Museum in Bellevue, Ohio

Union Pacific RR 2-8-0 No. 561Posted by: Ginger Frizane on {ts '2019-06-19 16:30:07'}
This engine was announced on the tv today as being one of the first to cross the Golden Spike which was driven in 1869, but the engine was built 35 years later.

Unknown 0-6-0T No. 312.8Posted by: ILFORD on {ts '2019-06-17 20:21:19'}
More details are number to be 312-801, came from Trnava sugar factory where it was numbered 350-001, and is a Prussian T3 type loco.

Lake Superior & Ishpeming RR 2-8-0 No. 34Posted by: Billy on {ts '2019-06-17 07:42:54'}
No news yet on 734 I miss her

Union Pacific RR 4-6-6-4 No. 3985Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-17 05:48:42'}
From a report in the Railway Magazine there are no plans to put Union Pacific Railroad 4-6-6-4 Challenger No. 3985 in steam anytime soon sadly. As the Union Pacific Steam Program only want two active steam locomotives running being their famous 4-8-4 No. 844 and Big Boy 4-8-8-4 No. 4014. The condition of 3985 has been described as being worse then 4014 was when it was picked up for the UP Steam Program from the late 1980s. Instead it is now planned to place 3985 on static display for now somewhere.

Canterbury & Whitstable Railway 0-4-0 No. 'Invicta'Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-17 05:24:25'}
The Canterbury & Whitstable Railway 0-4-0 "Invicta" has arrived at its new permanent home at the Whitstable Community Museum at Whitstable in Kent where it will on display there to tell the history of the Canterbury & Whitstable Railway.

Société Nationale des Poudres et Explosifs 0-4-0F No. UnknownPosted by: Phil Horton on {ts '2019-06-16 15:58:34'}
The loco was formerly at the Société Nationale des Poudres et Explosifs, St. Médard-en-Jules, Gironde

It was once destined for the Musée des Poudres et Explosifs (I have no evidence that this museum ever opened), now at the Chemin de fer de Bon Repos at Gouarec. Here it is to be cosmetically restored


West Side Lumber Company Shay - 3 truck No. 9Posted by: Matthew L on {ts '2019-06-16 12:51:13'}
No. 9 has returned to Mt. Pleasant, IA yesterday

Kahului Railway Company 2-6-2 No. 12Posted by: Matthew L on {ts '2019-06-16 12:50:16'}
No. 12 returned to Georgetown Loop recently

British Railways 2-6-4T No. 80078Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-16 12:24:52'}
BR Standard 4MT 2-6-4T No. 80078 is now at the Mid-Norfolk Railway where it is running for the summer steam season there and will be in action at the railways Summer Steam Gala from the 28th to 30th of June 2019.

North Eastern Railway 0-6-0 No. 876 65033Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-16 12:15:16'}
No. 65033 has since arrived at Locomotive Maintenance Services at Loughborough in Leicestershire where its long awaited restoration to steam again is underway there.

NCB Scotland 0-6-0ST No. 3809Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-16 12:12:38'}
The ex NCB Scotland Geisel fitted Hunslet built Austerity 0-6-0ST No. 3809 is also located at Locomotive Maintenance Services at Loughborough in Leicestershire where it is being overhauled there.

Great Western Railway 2-6-2T No. 4141Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-16 12:04:43'}
GWR Large Prairie 2-6-2T No. 4141 is currently located at Locomotive Maintenance Services at Loughborough in Leicestershire where it is currently being overhauled for the Epping Ongar Railway there.

Alexandra Docks & Railway Co. 0-4-0ST No. 1340 'Trojan'Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-15 13:10:20'}
No. 1340 "Trojan" is currently at Locomotive Maintenance Services at Loughborough in Leicestershire where it is under overhaul there since 2016. She is currently having a new firebox being made and could be back in steam by 2020 or 2021?

British Railways 2-10-0 No. 92219Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-15 12:56:26'}
BR Standard 9F 2-10-0 No. 92219 was achily built in January 1960 at Swindon and one of three 9Fs built at the same time along side the famous 9F No. 92220 "Evening Star" that year. The 3rd was 92218 which sadly did not survive. No. 92219 worked with British Railways till its withdrawal from service in 1965 at Cardiff East Shed. Saved for preservation from Dai Woodhams Yard at Barry island in South Wales in May 1985 and been with different owners over the years. The plan for No. 92219 with its current owner is for it to be restored to full running condition again as the last BR built steam locomotive running. As parts are being gathered before its restoration can get underway.

Unknown 0-4-0WT No. 'Trijntje'Posted by: joshua edwards on {ts '2019-06-14 17:42:45'}
finded info on engine name:Trijntje year built:1992 builder:alan keef wight:15,432 pounds status:operational

Cameroon Development Corporation 0-4-2PT No. 1Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-14 13:19:50'}
The former Cameroon Development Corporation Hunslet built 0-4-2PT No. 3756 named "Tamar" has been taken out of the display roundhouse and has been moved to the traverser shed at Statfold for restoration which work is now underway. "Tamar" is a oil burning locomotive but when restored it will not burn conventional heavy fuel oil that has been traditionally associated with oil burning steam locos. Instead the loco is to be used as a platform to test alternatives types of organic oils that could be used in the oil burning process. Which could help try to limit the effect of steam locomotives on the environment and looking to reduce their carbon footprint.

Holborough Cement Co. 2-2-0GWT No. 'The Blue Circle'Posted by: Russell Newman on {ts '2019-06-14 06:57:52'}
"The Blue Circle" has arrived at the Nene Valley Railway which will be its long term home.

DSB 2-8-0 No. H 783Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-13 09:40:26'}
My primary photographs of 2-8-0 No. H-783 (Frichs, Århaus 305/1939) was taken whilst displayed outside the former DSB workshops in Københaven, 28 June 2000

Rio Grande Southern RR 4-6-0 No. 20Posted by: JORDON on {ts '2019-06-12 23:44:10'}
Rio Grande Southern #20 Has recently returned to Golden Colorado. She will now be reassembled and restoration will be complete!

DB (PKP) 2-6-0T No. 91.936 (TKi3-112)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-12 11:00:06'}
The original identity of the this locomotives was KED Frankfurt 7265, i.e. before working for the PKP.

DB (KPEV) 2-6-0T No. 91.319 (7260)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-12 10:50:52'}
A former identity of this locomotive is also KED Erfurt 1815.

DR 2-6-0T No. 91.134Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-12 10:46:42'}
Former identities of this locomotive are:- Originally as a Class T 9.2, ex KED Trier 7128; BLE 41; DRG 91 048.

BLME(KPEV) 0-6-2T No. 90.042(1857)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-12 10:39:27'}
The locomotive is ex Carl-Alexander-Zeche Baesweiler 2; subsequently Cöln 1857; later only planned as DRG No. 90 042 in the 1925 renumbering scheme. Status: Non operational.

DRG(KPEV) 0-6-2T No. 90.009(Cöln 1833)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-12 10:30:05'}
The complete locomotive was originally Cöln 7270 but only planned as DRG No. 90 009. In 1925 sold to Pfeifer & Langen, Köln. Status: Currently Dismantled.

Hurlford Fireclay Works 0-4-0ST No. 'Lady Nan'Posted by: Dick on {ts '2019-06-10 08:30:36'}
Weight empty 13 Tons Weight in working order (on driving wheels) 16 Tons Tractive Effort 6750 lbs Driving wheel diameter 36"

DR 2-10-0 No. 52.8047 (52.6359)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-10 07:26:36'}
This locomotive is a 1962 Rekolok (RAW Stendal) No. 52 6359, now owned by Interessengemeinschaft Dampflok Nossen e.V, (the former DR/DB Bw) Bismarckstraße 44, 01683 Nossen, Sachsen, Deutschland (info@bwnossen.de) who purchased it in 1998. Currently operational.

DR 2-10-0 No. 52.8131(52.3218)Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-10 07:16:56'}
This locomotive is a 1965 Rekolok (RAW Stendal) No. 52 3218. It has been on loan from Wedler & Franz GbR (WFL), who purchased it in 2005, to Interessengemeinschaft Dampflok Nossen e.V, (the former DR/DB Bw) Bismarckstraße 44, 01683 Nossen, Sachsen, Deutschland (info@bwnossen.de) since November 2006 and where it is also currently under reconstruction.

EFO(DR) 2-10-0 No. 50.3610Posted by: Dale W Fickés on {ts '2019-06-10 07:07:21'}
This locomotive is a 1960 Rekolok (RAW Stendal) No. 50 1768. It has been on loan from Wedler & Franz GbR (WFL), who purchased it in 2008, to Interessengemeinschaft Dampflok Nossen e.V, (the former DR/DB Bw) Bismarckstraße 44, 01683 Nossen, Sachsen, Deutschland (info@bwnossen.de) since August 2009.
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