|Keio loco at the transhipment hoist|
|Leaving the mill|
|Crosssing the bridge with empties for the field|
|Java is an island of volcanoes|
We went back to the mill and there was interesting activity in the loco workshop - building up wheelset tyres with weld, blacksmithing and fitting an engine to the famous Baguley diesel RUHAAK which has been transferred here recently.
|Working the bellows at the forge|
|Blacksmith at work|
|RUHAAK will run again!|
|The carrier bringing cane from the unloading station into the mill|
There followed a brief trip to Olean Mill, to see if we could find a steam-hauled field cane train. Indeed we were fortunate to do so because after finding another Kyosan Kogyo diesel an Orenstein and Koppel 0-8-0T arrived and awaited a loading to take back to the mill. It eventually set off but in perhaps typical Olean fashion it derailed after travelling about a kilometre.
|Diesel brings cane to the steam loco|
|An expectant crowd|
|Finally - a real steam field line cane train|
We rushed back to Wringinanom to catch a double-headed diesel field train returning to the mill.
|Shepherd and flock|
|A delightful surprise - double heading|
|Arriving back at the mill|
Definitely a very succesful day.