An NA Class 2-6-2 Tank locomotive of the Puffing Billy Railway, Belgrave, Victoria. This railway is the last survivor of four 2'6" narrow gauge railways to operate in Victoria during the early 1900's. Except for two G Class Garratts, these NAs provided the sole motive power for the four lines.
Apart from a pair of prototypes built by Baldwin in America, all of the locos were built by the Victorian Railways workshop in Newport, near Melbourne. The Puffing Billy Railway operates 5 of these locomotives, with a sixth one under restoration.
Illustrator CS and Photoshop 7. Drawn mostly as an exercise in perspective and because I wanted to try a different form of transport.
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