|Truck shop at Kedawung|
|Japanese loco delivering empties. Note the riding points and the security escort on the right.|
|Lori being pushed onto the temporary track laid for harvesting|
|Mad Europeans gather|
|Driver of Keio loco|
We then intercepted an empty ash train returning to the mill yard.
|Ash train with another Japanese loco|
|PTKA train crossing cane tracks|
|Chickens are everywhere around human habitation|
|Locos returning from the fields for a lunch break|
After lunch, we saw all the other locos in the mill yard with the exception of the Baguley RUHAAK which we were told had been transferred to Assembagus - although we actually later found it at Wringinanom.
We then went on for a short visit at Gending which is a 600mm gauge mill. Here three diesels were in use but nothing was on the field lines. We hope to catch up with some field line action tomorrow.
|Hauling cane from the transhipment yard through the village streets|
|Workshop adjacent to the loco shed with all belt drive machinery|