Created 6-Sep-11
Modified 27-Dec-12
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The metere gauge PVR was mainly a coal transporter in northern Spain where the terrain was remarkably similar to South Wales!

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PVR No 13, a Macosa built 2-6-0 on the daily passenger/postalPVR 2-6-0 Engerth type crossing the man-made lake heading uphillPVR No 17, a Krauss built semi-articulated 2-6-0The locomotive sheds and workshops at PonferradaPVR No 11 'Palacios' on Ponferrada shed.PVR No 31, a Maffei built 2-6-0 of 1913PVR No 19 crosses a reservoir with the daily postal/passenger trainPVR No 31, a Maffei built 2-6-0PVR No 22, a Freudenstein 0-4-0 tankPVR No 4 'Ortiz Muriel', a Baldwin 2-6-2 tank.PVR No 19, a Krauss built 2-6-0 on the daily passenger/postalPVR No 3 'Marquesa De Aldama' a Baldwin 2-6-2 tankPVR No 1 'Francisco Gambo' a Baldwin 2-6-2 tankPVR No 14, a Macosa built 2-6-0 in the shed yard at PonferradaPVR No 13 and 11 'Palacios', both Macosa built 2-6-0s.PVR No 55 , a Sharp Stewart 0-6-0 saddle tank.