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This is the last locomotive to unofficially run on the Westside Lumber Co. tracks. Owned by Brad Milne who unsuccessfully tried to restore the railway of California's last steam logging operation. For more information on the Westside go to the website at www.wsrestoration.com.

This is the last locomotive to unofficially run on the Westside Lumber Co…

Horwich 18" gauge locomotive: narrow gauge 0-4-0ST shunter "Wren". Built in 1887, this 3½ ton loco had 1ft 4¼ inch driving wheels and 5in X 6in cylinders, and was used for transporting materials on the 18-in gauge system at Horwich works.

Built in this ton loco had inch driving wheels and X cylinders, and was used for transporting materials on the gauge system at Horwich works.

Austria- narrow guage steam trains

Steyrtalbahn engine No. 2 (ÖBB as a special guest on the Ybbstahlbahn Bergstrecke heritage railway. The train is passing the Hühnernestgraben viaduct, one of two steel trestlework bridges of that narrow gauge line.

NBL 28038 Cadburys

Railways in Worcestershire

Ruston 11/13 Hp Narrow Gauge Diesel Locomotive

Built in 1940 this engine belongs to the Hampshire Narrow Gauge Railway Trust and was photographed in September 2016 at the Bursledon Light Railway which forms part of the Brickworks Museum, Bursledon, Southampton.

Eureka N° 4 is a 4-4-0 American built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875. This beautiful vintage narrow gauge steam locomotive spans three centuries!

Eureka N° 4 is a American built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in This beautiful vintage narrow gauge steam locomotive spans three centuries!

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