|Loco Class No. 22, Gemas|
May 2017. Gemas was the pulse of Peninsula Malaysia's railroad networks, and the train station was a popular stopover for many travellers from Kuala Lumpur and Seremban planning a trip to the East Coast and vice versa.
One of the reliable iron-horses which served these two railway lines then was Locomotive Class 22.
Today, visitors to this quaint railway town can find the trusted diesel powered machine on static display next to the old train station. Interestingly, it is parked on the same iron roads which once linked Tanjung Pagar in Singapore to Bangkok but now sadly, they are left for scraps.
|Short stretches of the old iron road are preserved.|
|Loco No. 22 is the main draw at Gemas station.|
|Next to Loco No. 22 is an old Gemas Signboard.|
|A refreshing look at the narrow gauge line.|