(Sorry for poor photography) Steam locomotives in its worst state, captured near Barddhaman Jn. (Abhinav Phangcho Choudhury)
When Ringas was all metre gauge.
The new album in the gallery prompted me to look for images of my visits to these parts. Here, YDM4 6270 from Phulera is seen departing Ringas Jn. with Chetak Expres in June 1999.
This is the 550th Milestone to Mangalore Central[MAQ], possibly from Madras Central
Goods Shed - Howrah on 04-04-1900 (Shubhabrata)
Construction of Chandmari Over Bridge - Howrah - 1932. (Shubhabrata)
I apologize in skipping Shanx in the Heritage link before posting Churchgate photos. As per request I am posting 3 vintage photographs of the HWH station. This photograph shows Howrah Old Station Building Built in 1854 Dismantled in 1911. View Taken in 19
Modern look of Churchgate Station somehow insisted me to share two photographs taken with due permission from National Rail Museum-New Delhi. (Shubhabrata)
Arches at the entrance to the Delhi Jn. station.
Delhi Jn. under Western Railway. When was this?
Kalyan Railway Station in the year 1860. I think this is taken from the Northern end. Courtesy: Mr. Alkesh Patil/Chitrakala album on Facebook (Abhishek)
Rails bearing the brand of Cammell Sheffield (produced by the well-known Cammell & Co. iron and steel works of Sheffield, UK) and dating to 1883 were still in place in parts of the closed Bhera Miani railway line in Pakistan. (Imran Akhtar)
Bihta Accident 2 - A general view of the carnage at Bihta, the Howrah bound Punjab Mail was close to 60 mph when it derailed. See steam loco FAQ for more, as well as...
Bihta Accident 5 - A view of the accident clearly showing that the capsized locomotive was a 4-4-2 Atlantic Class AP and not a 4-6-2 XB Pacific as was generally believed to have been responsible for the accident. See [url=http://www.irfca.org/faq/faq-loco