I just Added wrought iron security/boundary wall around the Delhi station.
My 130' turntable at the Bombay yard became inoperable a while back, so I decided to replace it with a new one. It was a major task, as all tracks leading to it had to be removed and re-laid. I decided to add more storage track for locomotives on the shed. the first pictures is of what it looked before and the 2ndt one is what it became. I just finished the initial work.
A small passenger train being pulled by a 0-6-0 locomotive, ready to leave the station.
Picture of two WG locomotives, designed for freight but also hauled passenger trains. Made in India a record 2450 were made, making it one of the largest steam locomotive classes of the world.
In the small industrial area of a coal facility I added wrought iron wall and factory gates.
Here is a picture of Northern Railway WG 2-8-2 on a turntable in Agra. This was a manual turntable.
Picture of a Broad Gauge 2-8-2 goods locomotive entering a turntable. These loco were built in vast numbers about 2000 of these were built. it had a tractive effort of 38,890 lb/f
Another picture of a meter gauge turntable and repair roundhouse taken from a section of the roundhouse. Alas most of these turntables and sheds no longer exist
A black & white picture of a WG 2-8-2 on a hand operated turntable in repair facility (Shed)
Picture of a colonial ear turntable and shed. These were very common in all junction town in India. A 2-2-0 locomotive is on the turntable
Picture of a meter gauge steam era turntable and repair shed (Shed is what repair facilities are called in India)
I am of Indian descent and moved to the USA in Mid 1970's. Model Railroads and Model Remote Controlled Aircraft are my two hobbies both of which I have been pursuing since my childhood in India.