Bournemouth Railway Club Trust

Bournemouth Railway Club Trust Charity No 1117306                                      

INDIAN, Broad Gauge  Bengal & Nagpur.
INDIAN. BombayBoroda & Central India Rly, Eastern Bengal Rly.,(BAR), East Indian Rly., (Great Indian Peninsula Rly48.
INDIAN, Madras & Southern Mahiratta Rly, Nizam's State Rly, North Western Rly, South
Indian Government Rly, Industrials, Etc.
INDIAN Metre Gauge and
Narrow Gauge

The Indian Railways Cover the Following Areas

Indian Railways

Introduced in January 1951, locomotive No. 10100 was a revolutionary machine. It was a joint production of Fell Developments Ltd. using patents taken out by Lieut.Col. Fell and the London Midland Region of British Railways.

BR/Fell Experimental Locomotive

Loco 10100

Inchicore works: Bulleid's turf burning locomotive. This rebuilt loco had been cobbled together in 1952 using ex-GS&WR K3 2-6-0 as the base and never again saw main line service as it was simply a static test bed

Loco No  Print No  Country      Railway                               Wheel Arg    View    Place       Date

360          23138      Ireland       Great Southern + Cons    2.6.0              vrs       Limerick  1928

Bulleid's turf burning locomotive

The L11 class was one of a number of designs by Dugald Drummond incorporating a large proportion of standard parts that could be interchanged with other classes of locomotive.

Loco No  Print No     Country                   Railway        Class  Wheel Arg   View   Place            Date

158          3025           United Kingdom     L.& S.W.R     L11    4.4.0             vrsS    Raynes Park 1935

Loco 158 at Raynes Park

This large and unique Collection of photographs and negatives, together with extensive logbooks of railway journeys, named after Walter Harold Casmir Kelland C.B.E., was bequeathed to the Bournemouth Railway Club after his death in 1966.

The Collection

W.H.C. Kelland C.B.E.

The majority of which is a world wide record of Locomotives, has been comprehensively listed using new technology, which has enabled the Catalogue to be updated with the addition of many new photographs.