A HANDFUL of British-built former Malayan Railways Class 22 locos remain in usable condition, but not all in Malaysia.
Forty of the metre-gauge locos were ordered in the early 1970s from English Electric and AEI (which by the time they were delivered had become part of GEC).
The locos were built by Metro-Cammell in Saltley, Birmingham.
Read more in the June 2019 issue of The RM – on sale now!
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