The joy of steam engine models
Here a MacArthur American War Department meter gauge 2-8-2 loco puffing smoke hooks up a goods train and sets out of Bombay yard. MAWD's were a common sight on the meter gauge lines of the Southern Railway
N class 2-10-0 locomotive with smoke deflectors and long distance tender. The largest non-articulated locomotive to ever work on Indian Railways
YP class 4-6-2 Meter gauge hauling a goods train on my layout with synchronized smoke and sound.
SGS class 0-6-0 pulling out of Bombay station with a night time local passenger train.
AWD 2-8-2 with synchronized smoke; crossing the Tiger Pass bridge on the upper deck of my layout.
Night Operations with a T class 2-6-2T locomotive.
Night Shunting using a HGC class Locomotive
WT 2-8-4 Tank locomotive puling a goods train in front of a typical Indian Village on the way to Delhi station.
WT 2-8-4 locomotive hauling a very small set of freight cars.
Class D1 4-4-0 from the British Colonial Times, These were extensively used in the early 1900's
M class Pacific loco leading a small goods train
N1 2-10-0 Goods locomotive
T class over the Tiger Pass bridge with lights on. Note the tiger statues.
WL steam loco ID 1935. This is a US I-5 loco to be converted to the Indian Railways 'WL' named 'New India' locomotive
WL in speed
WL-1350 with synchronized smoke goes under my newly installed pedestrian over-bridge