Damascus-Deraa line, locomotive built in 1918.
The Syrian steam locomotive # 66 was originally a "tender engine" and was converted into a tank engine between 1926 and 1944. Curiously, the locomotive received an auxiliary tender again... (more)
0-6-2T #805 (SLM 1896) is returning south to Damas from Sergahaya, near the border with Lebanon with a charter train.
The 0-6-2T #805 (built in Switzerland by SLM in 1896) is hauling a short passenger train on a mountainous section of the route from Damas northwards to Serghaya, near the border with Lebanon.
The 4-6-2 #82 is climbing up from Amman station over the ten arch viaduct with a charter train south to Qasir.
The Pacific #82 is hauling a passenger train from Mafraq near the border with Syria south to Amman.
Side view of the Jordan Pacific #82 in the warm afternoon light.
The Jordan Pacific #82 is hauling a passenger train through the desert between Mafraq and Amman.
Portrait of the Jordan Pacific #82. The locomotive has been built by Nippon Sharyo in Japan. It was initially built for the Royal Siam Railways (RSR) in 1953, but was delivered to the Hedjaz Jorda... (more)
An unidentified Ganz-MAVAG railcar and the narrow gauge Faur diesel locomotive #401 are resting at the Cadem Locomotive Works.
The narrow gauge diesel locomotive #401 has been built by Faur in Romania in 1977. It is seen here waiting for a next assignment at the Cadem Locomotive Works.
The 0-6-2T #805 (SLM 1896) is departing from the Damas Kanawat station with a charter train across the town to the Cadem Locomotive Works.
The 0-6-2T #805 (built in Switzerland by SLM in 1896) is hauling a short passenger train on the route from Serghaya to Damas near the border with Lebanon. The locomotive 031-805 s an ex rack engin... (more)