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Pullman Company 0-4-0T No. 249Posted by: Matthew Gardner on Nov 25, 2020 @ 07:11:40
This little loco, along with the 4-6-0, and all other equipment formerly associated with the museum, appears to have left the location after I have looked at Google Maps a moment ago.

Houston & Texas Central Railroad 4-6-0 No. 119Posted by: Matthew Gardner on Nov 25, 2020 @ 07:11:11
Just looked at Google Maps. This engine, along with the other one, and all other equipment formerly at this location appears to no longer be there.

FS 2-8-2T No. 940.030Posted by: ILFORD on Nov 24, 2020 @ 12:11:29
c/n is 81 in 1922.

FS 0-6-0T No. 851.130Posted by: ILFORD on Nov 24, 2020 @ 11:11:09
Built by Saronno 305 in 1908, located at Park Casale, on display in September 2018.

PKP (DB) 2-10-0 No. Ty2-101(52.????)Posted by: ILFORD on Nov 24, 2020 @ 11:11:03
Built by Schwarzkopf 12215 in 1943 as 52-210. Withdrawn from service on 10/6/1968.

PKP 2-10-0 No. Ty45-158Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 10:11:54
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ty45-158 was delivered to Ostrów Wlkp. and was actually based in Pyskowice during 1974 and 1985. It had its boiler pressure reduced at Strzemieszyce in 1987 and was withdrawn just three years later in Pyskowice. In 1994 it went to Chabówka, where wheel sets were changed from OKz32-2, and then to Zakopane then, in 1996 to Krzeszowice. In early 2008 it went from Krzeszowice to Pyskowice where it remains at Skansen TOZK Pyskowice, Piaskowa 1, 44-120 Pyskowice, Silesia


PKP 2-8-2T No. TKt48-185Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 10:11:13
Dale W Fickés reports:

TKt48-185 went initially to Lódz Kaliska and visited several depots before being withdrawn at Jarocin in 1992 and for some reason it was then taken to taken to Krzeszowice in 1997 before being taken back to Fablok, Chrzanów in 1999. In 2011 it went to the station and a year later to taken to Trzebinia and, in 2015 back to Jarocin where it now resides at Lokomotywownia Jarocin, ul. Parowozownia 1, 63-200, Jarocin, Greater Poland


PKP 2-10-0 No. Ty51-17Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 10:11:44
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ty51-17was initially delivered to the Deblin division at Skierniewice depot. It shortly moved to Kielce and was still there a decade later. In 2008 it was taken from Krzeszowice to Pyskowice and is now on display at Skansen TOZK Pyskowice, Piaskowa 1, 44-120 Pyskowice, Silesia,


Hielle & Dietrich Warschau 0-4-0F No. TKbb-2747Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:15
Dale W Fickés reports:

TKbb-2747 was delivered to Hielle & Dietrich, Warsaw and, in 1945 was employed at linen workshops in Zyrardów. In 1974 it was de-registered from boiler supervision and taken to PKP Warsaw Odolany. In 1997 it reached Krzeszowice and a decade later Skansen Chabówka. In 2015 it went to Zyrardów where it is situated on the premises of the Old Spinning Mill, Stara Przedzalnia 11, ul. Nowy Swiat, 96-300 Zyrardów, Masovia


PKP 0-8-0 No. Px48-1764Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:01
Dale W Fickés reports:

Px48-1764 Krotoszyn, Poland was delivered to Opalenica then, in 1980 and 1983 respectively, went to Trzebnica Ga then Wielun. It went to Krotoszyn in 1988, where it is displayed in front of the railway station at Dworcowa, 63-700 Krotoszyn, Greater Poland


Osrodek Transportu Lesnego 0-6-0T No. Ty-1139Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:27
Dale W Fickés reports:

y-1139 Krosnice, Lower Silesia, Poland was ordered by, and delivered to, Lesne Plociczno. In 1999 it was taken across the border to Weißwasser in Germany for renovation, which was completed in 2004 and was back in Krosnice during 2012 where it is now on display at Palace Park Railway at 30 Parkowa Street, 56-320 Krosnice. Lower Silesia


PKP 0-8-0 No. Px48-1907Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:58
Dale W Fickés reports:

Px48-1907 Krosnice, Poland was initially delivered to Piotrków and then wandered around the country until arriving at Sompolno where it both worked and was placed in reserve during the early 1980s. It visited Interlock in Pila for extensive repairs in late 2007 after which, in 2010, it went to Nowy Dwór Gdanski. Finally, in the summer of 2012 it went as a working example to the newly re-vamped Palace Park Railway at 30 Parkowa Street, 56-320 Krosnice. Lower Silesia


Huta Lenina 0-8-0T No. 16Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:24
Dale W Fickés reports:

TKp-2239 is actually Huta Lenina (HL) No. 16 which, in 1951 was working in a Refractory Materials Plant in Skawina. It is now displayed outside the offices of the former PKP Cargo depot at Kraków Plaszow, .Prokocimska, 30-719 Kraków, Lesser Poland


PKP (DRB) 2-10-0 No. Ty2-559 (52.5657)Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:43
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ty2-559 The locomotive became DRB No. 52.5657 then, in 1945 joined the PKP fleet at Olsztyn and served around the system until being withdrawn at Chojnice during 1993. In 2008 it was taken, via Krakow Plaszów, to PTK ZNiUT, Dzierzno for extensive renovation, where the steam locomotive was thoroughly renovated, then in May 2009 to Kraków Lobzów Station and from there to AGH (Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza) and set up as a monument outside the AGH University of Science and Technology, Pavilion B-5, ul. Czarnowiejska 66, 30-059 Kraków, Lesser Poland


FS 0-6-0T No. 835.203Posted by: David Charles Newton on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:29
835.203 is plinthed in the centre of a roundabout in Bolzaneto, a suburb of Genova. (as pictured)

Dr. Scholtz, Essen 0-4-0T No. T2-73Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:38
Dale W Fickés reports:

T2-73 was first supplied to a Dr. Scholtz, Essen then, in 1941, was commandeered by the German Army. In 1945 it was noted at Myszyniec and in the summer of 1964 it as donated to a childrens railway in Krakow, working until 1973. It is now displayed outside Hotel Copernicus, ul. Copernicus 16, 31-002 Kraków, Lesser Poland


FS 2-8-2T No. 940.030Posted by: David Charles Newton on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:37
940.030 is now plinthed outside the former railway workshops in Torino

PKP (KPEV) (DRB) 0-10-0T No. TKw2-57 (94.895)Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 09:11:12
Dale W Fickés reports:

TKw2-57 (94.895) started life as KPEV: Essen 8200 before being re-numbered in DRB service during 1925. It was acquired by the PKP in 1945 and was at Kedzierzyn Kozle in 1969 before also serving in Gliwice and Bytom in 1971 and 1972 respectively. It was withdrawn from service at Bytom in 1976 and stored there for some time before being taken to Krzeszowice in 1997 then, a decade later, on to and outside and where it is now regarded as a wreck, outside the former PKP Cargo depot at Kraków Plaszow, .Prokocimska, 30-719 Kraków, Lesser Poland


PKP (DRB) 2-10-0 No. Ty2-911 (52.1346)Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 08:11:38
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ty2-911 (52.1346) Krakow, Poland. Apparently build No. 812 (rather than 813) of 1944 (A bit difficult to verify!!) The locomotive was issued to DRB (Division) Stettin but soon went the the PKP, primarily at Kraków Plaszów. In the summer of 1947 it first reached Chabówka where it remains now at the Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-720 Chabówka, Lesser Poland


PKP (DRB) 2-10-0 No. Ty2-953 (52.2817)Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 08:11:11
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ty2-953 (52.2817) Krakow, Poland had a short-lived career with the DRB upon delivery and in 1945 went to a succession of PKP depots at Sucha Beskidzka, Bielsko Biala, Rybnik and Racibórz before ending up during the summer of 1967 at Chabówka, where it remains as a runner when repaired, at he Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-720 Chabówka, Lesser Poland


PKP 2-10-0 No. Ty51-9Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 08:11:22

Ty51-9 was delivered to the large Zdunska-Wola Karsznice depot and subsequently registered at many Polish depots country-wide until being placed on display in 1993 at Bielsko Biala Station. It was then taken, in 2011, and where it is now regarded as a wreck, to outside the former PKP Cargo depot at Kraków Plaszow, Prokocimska, 30-719 Kraków, Lesser Poland


PMPPW Szczakowa 2-10-0 No. Ty51-137Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 08:11:36
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ty51-137 was delivered direct to PMPPW Szczakowa, then passed on to the Sand Mine in Kotlarnia. It was only registered by PKP 1993 - 2000 in Chabówka, presumably for tourist train purposes. It is now awaiting repairs at the Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-720 Chabówka, Lesser Poland


PKP 2-6-2 No. Ol49-100Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 08:11:11
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ol49-100 was originally supplied to Klodzko depot in the summer of 1954 and it was twenty years before moving on to Torun Kluczyki. Three years later, in 1987, it went to Zagan and to Chabówka in 1991. It made working appearances at Wolsztyn in 1999 but is currently awaiting repairs at Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-720 Chabówka, Lesser Poland


PKP (KKStB) 2-6-2 No. Ol12-7(429.195)Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 24, 2020 @ 08:11:00
Dale W Fickés reports:

Ol12-7 (429.195) was originally delivered to the kkStB but between the two world wars and became PKP-A: No. Ol12-43. In 1939 it was seconded into the Commissariat of Railways (NKPS), i.e. Soviet Railways but, from 1942 - 1945 became DRB No. 35 817, as it did with ÖBB 1945 - 1947. For a very short time in April 1947 it again worked for the Soviets, by then renamed Ministry of Railways.Note: SŽD did not come about until 1954! It was displayed in 1973 at the Warszwa Open Air railway museum and had reconstruction work at ZNTK Pila in 1993 and later went operating from Skansen Chabówka but its boiler ticket expired in 1999. It was returned to service in 2008 after major repairs and remains based at the Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-720 Chabówka, Lesser Poland.


Hosmer Mines, Ltd. 0-4-0CA No. 5Posted by: John Taubeneck on Nov 24, 2020 @ 06:11:28
Porter #4077 0-4-0 7X14 03-08 36” gauge Hosmer Mines, Ltd. #5 Hosmer, British Columbia ?Coleman Colleries Coleman, Alberta? ?Joe Richardson Orifino ID? Al Folgio Milwaukie, OR Charles and Marie Meyers “HOSS” Dallas, OR For sale 11-24-17 Western Railway Preservation Society Brooks, OR 2018

DB 2-10-0 No. 52.8171(52.1514)Posted by: (I wish to remain anonymous) on Nov 23, 2020 @ 21:11:46
The engine was sadly scrapped In 2018.

South African Railways 2-6-2+2-6-2 No. 130Posted by: Russell Newman on Nov 23, 2020 @ 05:11:46
The ex South African Railways Beyer Peacock & Co. built NGG16 Class 2-6-2+2-6-2 Garratt No. 130 is in its final stages of restoration at Dinas on the Welsh Highland Railway. The cab fittings are being assembled, and the copper pipework is in the advanced stages and driver’s brake valve, duplex valve as well as one of the “dragon” catches is complete with the other one in the advanced stages. It is hoped that the locomotive will be ready for its hydraulic test that will take place week commencing on the 29th of November 2020.

Florian steelworks (Halemba Power Plant) 0-6-0T No. TKh49-1 (TKh-5695)Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 22, 2020 @ 15:11:25
Dale W Fickés reports:

TKh49-1 (TKh-5695) was delivered directly to Halemba Power Plant, Ruda Slaska, Silesian (probably under its build number of TKh-5695), then moved to Florian steelworks in Swietochlowice at the start of 1983. It was de-comissioned at the end of 1996 and went to Chabówka under PKP auspice (probably under its current No. of TKh49-1) where it is now awaiting repairs at the Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-720 Chabówka, Lesser Poland


PKP 2-8-2T No. Tkt48-167Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 22, 2020 @ 14:11:59
Dale W Fickés reports:

Tkt48-167 was first delivered to Sucha Beskidzka and twenty years later was seconded from Przeworsk to handle movements in the repair Department in Rzeszów, It went to Jaslo in 1977 for a decade before being withdrawn at Kraków Plaszów where it remains on display at the PKP Cargo depot. Prokocimska, 30-719 Kraków, Lesser Pold


PKP 2-8-2T No. TKt48-191Posted by: Steve Frost, European Editor on Nov 22, 2020 @ 14:11:50
Dale W Fickés reports:

TKt48-191 Krakow, Poland was delivered to Slupsk; serving at Jelenia Góra in 1975 and finally Chabówka in 1992. It is currently under repair in the Skansen Taboru Kolejowego, 34-720 Chabówka, Lesser Poland

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