Horwich 18" gauge locomotive: narrow gauge 0-4-0ST shunter "Wren". Built in 1887, this 3½ ton loco had 1ft 4¼ inch driving wheels and 5in X 6in cylinders, and was used for transporting materials on the 18-in gauge system at Horwich works.
"SHAY" GEARED LOCOMOTIVE, Canadian Pacific Railway. This 4-4-4 type articulated engine has one pivoted truck under the fore part of the boiler and two others under the cab and tender. In front of the cab, on the right-hand side, is a three-cylinder vertical engine, which turns a flexible shaft geared to all the wheels. Locomotives of this type can ascend gradients of exceptional severity at low speeds.
Cog wheel steamlocomotive 97 501, operated by the "Freunde der Zahnradbahn Honau-Lichtenstein" (Friends of the cogwheel railway from Honau to Lichtenstein), on the way to Zollhaus-Blumberg on the heritage railway „Sauschwänzlebahn“.