It seems that the railway was last in operation about 5 years ago but some traces can still be found. Given that discarded machinery is everywhere, it is quite likely that a number of locomotive survive beneath the flourishing undergrowth.
|This is a 2ft gauge railway cutting built through the coral pinnacles.|
|This part of the cutting was adapted by the Japanese as a makeshift gaol during their occupation in World War II..|
|A 2ft gauge Orenstein & Koppel locomotive on display near the port.|
|Abandoned 3ft gauge phosphate trucks are scattered around|
|The 3ft gauge double track lines are still clearly visible|
|The disused tipping facility at the processing plant|
|A brand new pair of wheelsets for a Thomas Hill diesel that never made it past the port facility|