Left: Su I-Jaw collection
Right: Eiji Nozawa (11-1976)
|Shop Number 2352||-||Built for: Alishan Forest Railway|
2 - 7 x 12
[Style - Dia.]
Ed L. Van Nierop & Co. (Japan Trading Co.), Yokohama, Japan (Importer) For:
Alishan Forest Railway #12, Kirun (Kelâng), Formosa (Japan)
(1945) Alishan Forest Railway #12, Keelung (Chilung), Taiwan
|Disposition: On display at Alishan New Station, Chiayi, Taiwan|
Shipped to: Kirun (now Keelung), Formosa ( now Taiwan).
Note: Keelung is or has also been known as: Chilung, Chi-lung, Ke-lâng, Kilung, and Kirun.
The true origin of the second Alishan Forest Railway #13 cannot be verified. It is either sn-2351 [#11] or sn-2352 [#12].
There is only one original LIMA mark left on any of the Alishan RY Shays and it has no number. All of their Shays have been re-built, changing much of the original Lima product. Most were renumbered for various reasons without regard to Lima Shop Numbers over the years.
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