WCM5 dual cab electric locomotive
P class 4-8-2+2-8-4 Beyer Garrett of the Bengal Nagpur Railway Used in India till the mid to late 197o's
Meter gauge YG Class 2-8-2. Usually used to haul goods trains.
SGS Class 0-6-0 used in the 1920's
Class WT a 2-8-4 Tank engine used for suburban passenger trains as well as goods trains. Designed and build in India in the 1950's Some of these locomotives had smoke deflectors.
Class XE 2-8-2 Designed in the 1920's Made by Vulcan Foundry in the U.K.
Class AWE a 2-8-2 American War Department locomotive which was used by IR during and after the 2nd WW.
Class WL 4-6-2 Pacific introduced in 1955. Manufactured by Vulcan Foundry. This was a light Pacific.
M class 4-6-2 Pacific of the old Bengal Nagpur Railway. These were introduced in 1929 and had 4 cylinders.
WG class 4-8-2 Goods locomotive, primary for goods trains but were also used to haul passenger trains.
XB Class 4-6-2 Pacific, used from 1926 and ran on IR until about 1983.
Meter gauge 4-6-2 Pacific YP Class.
WP class 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive
MWAD 2-8-2 MacArthur supplied by American War department in Meter gauge.
Swiss Made Crocodile locomotive, imported 1928
Narrow gauge Rail Car
Fairy Queen: World's oldest steam locomotive in regular operation, built in 1855
A shunting locomotive. a steam powered loco with The boiler was vertical with two vertical cylinders - one on each side. These were connected by a common crankshaft with camshafts which set the cut-off. Roller chains then transmitted power from sprockets on the crankshaft to sprockets on each of the two axles.