NG10 - 61 Takes her last run
Took her last run - E.P. Herald - March 24, 1970

(NG10 No 61)

The oldest existing narrow-gauge steam locomotive in South Africa has taken her last run and has ended right on top of the Port Elizabeth Museum.

The old engine, which once chugged along the narrow-gauge line to the Langkloof, was pushed into position by a 30-ton bulldozer, on the left of the picture.

The engine was built in Philadelphia, U.S.A., in 1915, and was taken out of service in

1t has been donated to the museum by the Railways. Now positioned in an area to be built into a Hall of Transport, it will be joined in time by other engines, wagons, old cars and aircraft.