Wasatch Railroad Contractors has information on a total of eleven (11) narrow gauge locomotives being offered for sale in the Philippines, five (5) steam locomotives and six (6) diesel locomotives. These locomotives were all part of a 3-foot narrow gauge rail network operated by a sugar company. The company has since decided to remove and liquidate the railroad.
The steam locomotives are all Baldwin-built, build dates ranging from 1919 to 1926. One locomotive has a 0-6-2 wheel configuration, while the remaining four are 0-6-0.
The diesel locomotives are all of the 0-6-0 type, three of them built by Plymouth in the United States between 1961 and 1967, the other three originating from Japan in 1970.
More detailed information and specifications can be found in our File Library under “Sales Brochures”, or simply click the links below to download the appropriate files.
Note: WRC has not performed any type of detailed inspection on any of these locomotives. WRC does not guarantee any compliance to applicable U.S. regulations. The locomotives are being sold as is.
Interested parties should download the documents listed below and follow the instructions. We welcome any questions you may have about the equipment.
- Instructions for Bidders
- Brief Overview – Steam and Diesel
- Steam Overview with additional pictures
- Diesel Overview with additional pictures
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