Preserved Steam Locos in Thailand

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neildimmer

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Evening all

If anybody is interested in preserved Thailand steam locos i have been given some photos of a few
The 1st pic has a British link as it was built by North British locomotive works in Scotland.

175 a 4-6-0 which was built by North British and dates from 1919. Location probably Chiang Mai in North Thailand
http://railway-photography.smugmug....Steam/21904707_GdvtWS#!i=1746822238&k=4Cdt6Jv

244 came from Baldwin (U.S.A. ?) in 1928
http://railway-photography.smugmug....Steam/21904707_GdvtWS#!i=1746817328&k=rbKTKxX

340 was ex Rhaetian Railway of Switzerland built in 1912. Location again ChiangMai
http://railway-photography.smugmug....Steam/21904707_GdvtWS#!i=1746817566&k=X6wN7bX

305 Is one of a rather small class of 2-8-2s built by Baldwin 1926. Some had two cylinders some three. Plinthed at Hua Hin.
http://railway-photography.smugmug....Steam/21904707_GdvtWS#!i=1746817907&k=NDgRcg7

Tank engine at Bang Sue was never part of the National Railway system stock, but ran on a suburban line between Bangkok and a sea port. Built Krauss
c.1905.
http://railway-photography.smugmug....Steam/21904707_GdvtWS#!i=1746817498&k=Ntn8ZNF

Neil
http://railway-photography.smugmug.com/
 
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