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Surviving Steam Trams of Africa, Asia, South America and Australasia

This page is one of a series of pages using the research of Don Sibley and Derek Rayner. Click one of the links below for the other pages:

Not quite steam trams but…”

Definitely not steam trams but…


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Africa

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South Africa

Victoria Tramway Company 2, 'Beaconsfield' T Green ****/1886, rebuilt as 232/1899 1067 0-4-0 Big Pit Museum, Kimberley

Asia

See also under 'Skirt Tanks' for other Indonesian entries.

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Indonesia

PJKA/PNKA B1239 Werkspoor 94/1903 1067 0-4-0 Surabaya, Pasar Turi Station (identity as per displayed number)
Carries a Beyer Peacock plate.
PJKA/PNKA B1602 Backer & Rueb 124/1895 1067 0-4-0 Madiun, INKA workshop, East Java
PJKA/PNKA B1706 Hohenzollern 1050/1897 1067 0-4-0 Jakarta museum (Taman Mini)
PJKA/PNKA B2014 Beyer Peacock 4634/1905 1067 0-4-0 Ambarawa Museum, Central Java
PJKA/PNKA C2501 Hanomag 6799/1913 1067 0-6-0 Jakarta museum (Taman Mini)
OJS 2 Breda 56/1889 1067 0-4-0 Tasikmadu Sugar Mill, nr Solo, Central Java
OJS 11 Breda 65/1890 1067 0-4-0 Gondang Baru Sugar Mill, nr. Klaten, Central Java
(carries OK boiler 11531/1927) Named Simbah (= Old Man)

South America

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Paraguay

  Borsig 7473/1910 1435 0-4-0 Azucarera Paraguaya, Tebicuary
  Borsig 7624/1910 1435 0-4-0 Azucarera Paraguaya, Tebicuary
Also carries 7407/1909

Surinam

 

Suriname Landsoorweg Two of 1-5
(6 scrapped by 1967)
Borsig 1000 0-4-0 Onverwacht, but all are scrapped by now.
These were two of 5339-5344/1904
Confirmed scrapped ca 2010-11 by Thomas Kautzor's visit (26th September 2014)
  Suriname Landsoorweg Borsig 1000 0-4-0 Other pictures:
http://www.buntbahn.de/fotos/data/7181/161520051217-36.JPG
http://www.buntbahn.de/fotos/data/7867/161520051217-35.JPG
http://www.buntbahn.de/fotos/data/7867/161520051217-11.JPG

Australasia

See also under 'Near Misses' for another Australia entry. The Baldwins are firmly in the American Steam Dummy tradition, the Kitson in the European Steam Tram tradition.

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Australia

NSWGT Fleet No 1a Henry Vale, Sydney 52/1891 1435 0-4-0 Power House Museum, Sydney NSW, see also http://www.australiansteam.com/nswindframe.htm 
Actually it is really 28A, not 1A, and a local copy of the original Baldwin design. 

NSWGT Fleet 103a Baldwin  11676/1891 1435 0-4-0 Valley Heights Locomotive Depot Museum, Sydney NSW

New Zealand

NSWGT Fleet 100 Baldwin 11665 /1891 1435 0-4-0 MOTAT (Museum of Transport and Technology), Auckland (NI), previously operated at Wanganui.

Canterbury Tramway Company 7 Kitson 28/1881 1435 0-4-0 Ferrymead Museum, Christchurch (SI) 
NB Steam Tram works number were in a separate list from conventional locomotives.


Rob Dickinson

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