The Garratt Locomotive
Other Types of Articulated Locomotives
I have been asked if I was going to show other types of articulated locomotives, so I've now started.
At present I am utilising a selection of photographs to show the types, I can deal with Fairlies & Shays from my own collection.
but most will listed but not pictured at first
This HO scale model was purchased from Ebay by myself (I won't mention the price paid) This model was designed by Trans-Europ (Rue de Douai - 75009 Paris) and issued as a kit in 6 sets, in 1990.
Ffestiniog Railway "Merddin Emrys"(Boston Lodge 1879) at Portmadoc in 1993 (Gavin Hamilton photograph)
Anyone got a decent photograph of "Taliesin"?
Shay #14 (Lima 2385/1916) crossing the High Bridge on the Georgetown Loop 4th July 2002 (Gavin Hamilton)
A Bachmann Climax from my collection (G Hamilton Picture)
A Rivarossi model of Saxon-Meyer DRG 98009 - originally built as Koniglich Sachsische Staats-Eisenbahn #1386 by Richard Hartmann of Chemnitz (3678/1913), later DRG it wasn't withdrawn until 1969/70
"Monarch" (Bagnall 3024/1953) on display at Welshpool (Raven Square)-W&LLR, 05/09/2015 (Gavin Hamilton)
One of the last Kitson Meyer's built (by Robert Stephenson for Columbia) it was scrapped in 1962
A different design, built by Beyer Peacock for the FCAB it's probably being robbed on the famous Unuyi Dump in Bolivia
This was the nearest Mallet to home. Reseau Breton 0-6-6-0T #415 (Etablissements Piquet - Lyon-Anzin 116/1914) in a floral setting at Carhaix Station (David Lee)
"Paku Baru #5" (Orenstein & Koppel 1473/1905) from Statfold Barn, with a demonstration Freight train at Cyfronydd on the Welshpool & Llanfair Light Railway (05/09/2015 - Gavin Hamilton)
The largest currently (and probably for ever more)active simple articulated - Union Pacific "Challanger" 3985 in Boise, Idaho (Trevor Heath)
Norfolk & Western "A" 1218 pictured near Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1987 - during its all too brief revival (Trevor Heath)
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