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General Railway Photos - Page 9

These images are not easily added to a gallery as they feature single images taken at a variety of locations around the world.

401Weihe Forestry Railway C2 class 0-8-0China (1986)
402Pakistan Railways SGS class 0-6-0s near RawalpindiPakistan (1987)
403South African Railways 15E class 4-8-2 2880 at BloemfonteinSouth Africa (1968)
404Howrah two-foot gauge Manning Wardle 0-4-2T no.32India (1968)
405Pakistan Railways G class 2-8-2 no.47 at Mari IndusPakistan (1985)
406South African Railways H2 class 4-8-2T no. 288 at The BluffSouth Africa (1971)
407Zimbabwe Railways 20th class Garratt 734 near LukosiZimbabwe (1987)
408EAR class 58 Garratt 5807 at ElburgonKenya (1969)
409Saraya Sugar Factory metre gauge Vulcan 4-4-0 no. 54India (1994)
410Indian Railways WP class 7158 with the"Taj Express"India (1976)
411South African Railways class 25 condensor at De AarSouth Africa (1968)
412British Railways A3 class 4-6-2 60096 "Papyrus" at DundeeUnited Kingdom (1960)
413La Carlota sugar mill Baldwin 0-6-0T no. 106Philippines (1981)
414South African Railways class 11 2-8-2 no. 937 at MafikengSouth Africa (1971)
415British Railways Fowler 0-6-0 44022 and Ivatt 2-6-0 46484 at Manchester VictoriaUnited Kingdom (1959)
416Motipur Sugar Factory John Fowler 0-6-0WT no.4India (1984)
417West Rand Consolidated Mines 610mm gauge steeple cab no.5South Africa (1985)
418British Railways "Deltic" D9000 at Haymarket in 1961United Kingdom (1961)
419State Railway of Thailand 4-6-2 no.284 at Haad YaiThailand (1971)
420Clutterbuckganj Sleeper Depot Bagnall 4-6-0 TB6India (1988)
421PJKA 2-8-T D1409 at CiandurIndonesia (1970)
422Sri Lankan Railways E1 class 0-6-2T no.93 at AnuradhapuraSri Lanka (1976)
423SAR GCA Garratt 2607 at Port ShepstoneSouth Africa (1970)
424Rhodesian Railways 12th class 4-8-2 no.258 at SalisburyZimbabwe (1970)
425Chile Railways class 58 4-6-0 no.558 at TemucoChile (1974)
426Hedjaz Jordan Railway 1050 mm gauge 2-6-2T no.61 at AmmanJordan (1997)
427Dolok Ilir Palm Oil Plantation 0-4-40T Mallet no.65Indonesia (1983)
428Myanmar Railways metre gauge YDM4 DF1333 at YangonMyanmar (2020)
429Mozambique Railways 950 class 4-8-2 Garratt no.955Mozambique (1975)
430Indonesian Railways 60 cm gauge 0-8-0T TD1001 at KrawangIndonesia (1975)
431China Railways three QJ class 2-10-2 with freight at LangxiangChina (1986)
432Bolivian Railways metre gauge 2-6-0 no.101 at CochambambaBolivia (1972)
433SAR 16E class 4-6-2 854 at BloemfonteinSouth Africa (1968)
434Uruguayan Railways 2-6-0 no. 88 at PaysanduUruguay (1989)
435State Railway of Thailand 2-8-2 no.356 at Haad YaiThailand (1973)
436Western Railway WT class 0-6-4T 597 at NadiadIndia (1974)
437SAR GL class 4-8-2 Garratt 2357 at MtunziniSouth Africa (1971)
438Mozambique Railways Baldwin built 2-10-2 no.207Mozambique (1970)
439Benguela Railway 10C class 4-8-2 Beyer Garratt 338 at LepiAngola (1973)
440SAR 6B class 4-6-0 no.500 at De Aar loco shedSouth Africa (1968)
441Rhodesia Railways 14A class Garratt 525 at Fort VictoriaZimbabwe (1975)
442Sharp Stewart metre gauge class D 0-4-0 "Mersey" at HathuaIndia (1984)
443East African Railways class 31 2-8-4 3126 at Thompson's Falls Kenya (1971)
444Jaynagar to Janakpur Railway (Nepal) Hunslet 0-6-2T "Surya"Nepal (1989)
445USATC S160 2-8-0 KD6 478 at Fushun West Coal MineChina (1985)
446NRZ 20th class Garratt 734 at Bulawayo depotZimbabwe (1987)
447Indian Railways YL class 2-6-2 5113 at Jaipur loco shedIndia (1978)
448Pakistan Railways SPS class 4-4-0 3005Pakistan (1988)
449Western Railway (India) Agra Igdah metre gauge depot in March 1968India (1968)
450Pakistan Railways GS class 2-8-2 between Laki Marwat and BannuPakistan (1988)

The images in these galleries are from two key sources. All images pre-1995 were taken on either Kodak or Agfa slide film using Nikon SLR cameras. These slides have subsequently been processed through a 5400 dpi scanner and then colour balanced using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. In some cases the frame has been cropped but this has only been done where the subject matter is rare and justified this change. After 1995 all images are digital, taken with a variety of cameras although since 2003 Nikon DSLRs have been used.