The Ramgotty story goes back to 1863, when a private firm called the Indian Branch Railway Company, opened the 27 km line from Nalhati to Azimganj, both places in present-day West Bengal. The trac... (more)
The YCG-1 was a class of electric locomotives built in the 1930s in England for use on the metre-gauge electrified lines in the Chennai (Madras) area. The name stands for (Y)metre gauge, (C)DC ele... (more)
The electric locomotive #4006 of the GIPR (Great Indian Peninsula Railway), Later CR (Central Railway) has been built in 1930 and was named Sir Roger Lumley. It is preserved at the Delhi National ... (more)
The X class is a metre gauge 0-8-2T rack and pinion compound locomotive used by the Nilgiri Mountain Railway in the Nilgiri Hills of southern India. They are used on the 28-kilometre-long (17 mi) ... (more)
This is without any doubt the most amazing rail vehicle that I have ever seen in my entire life. The Patiala State Monorail Trainways (PSMT) was a unique rail-guided, partially road-borne railway ... (more)
The broad gauge steam locomotive WP #7564 is turned on the turntable of the Delhi shed. A total of 755 WPs were built between 1947 and 1967, bearing fleet numbers 7000 to 7754. The first batch of ... (more)
WG #9524 is waiting for a new assignment at the Delhi Junction shed.
WP #7566 is leaving the Delhi Junction station with an evening passenger train.
An YG meter gauge steam locomotive is ready to leave the Delhi Junction station with an evening passenger train.
WG #10545 is waiting for a new assignment at the Delhi Junction shed. Apparently a locomotive has missed the entrance of the shed and has seriously damaged the structure.
The broad gauge WG #9949 is turned on the turnable in the Delhi shed.
An unidentified meter gauge YG steam locomotive is shunting near the Delhi Junction station.
Side view of the WG #9230.
Early morning activities in the Delhi shed.
Busy and steamy scene at the Delhi station.