|A&T Burt of Dunedin built bush locomotives but also produced this Fordson shunter for Milburn
Lime & Cement in 1926. It is now at the Ocean Beach Railway, Dunedin.|
|Hudswell Clarke built a dozen of these diesels for the New Zealand Public Works Department in 1936. Some later went to the Army, including this one, builder's number D592, now in a park at Leeston south of Christchurch.|
|A&G Price of Thames built this very basic 0-4-0DM, 150 of 1944, for the New Zealand Air Force. It is now preserved at Steam Scene near Christchurch.|
|Also at Steam Scene is this FC Hibberd "Planet" 4wDM (3602 of 1954), supplied to the New Zealand Ministry of Works.|
|Ruston & Hornsby Model LBT 387808 of 1955 was also supplied to the New Zealand Ministry of Works and is now at the Pleasant Point Railway near Timaru.|
|A narrow gauge Ruston & Hornsby 48DS, 458956 of 1961.|
This was supplied to the Canterbury Frozen Meat Co and is seen here in a playground at Woodend, north of Christchurch.