In 1881 the Grant Locomotive Works, of Paterson, N. J., built a locomotive, designed by Eugene Fontaine, of Detroit, which excited great attention for a few years owing to the radical departure from established practice in designing locomotives.
You just never know what the government is shipping these days!
Some derelict steam engines are beautiful. Others are just darn cute. This 3-foot-gauge whatever is stored at "E end of Drake St. on the former Expo '86 site in Vancouver, BC.
Royal Train for the Japanese Imperial Family
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.