Legacy Through History

Indian Steam Railway Society (ISRS) was formed on October 23rd 1999, when a group of like minded people met and discussed the present position and future possibilities regarding the preservation of Indian Steam Locomotives. Subsequently, a formal non profit society was formed and it has been registered with the Register of Societies, Delhi. the current President of the Society is Mr. R S Virdi, who retired as General Manager of the North East Frontier Railway zone of the Indian Railways. Mark Tully is the Vice-President, Ashwani Lohani the Working President, G Shankar the Secretory and Dileep Prakash the Joint Secretory, P J Singh is the Treasurer and J L Singh the Editor of the Journal of the Society. The other members of the managing committee are Arun Mohan, Bill Aitken and Ravindra Gupta. The objective of the Society is to form a common platform for the India Steam Railway Enthusiasts to exchange views and further their knowledge on the subjects of Indian Steam Railway. The Society will make representations to the Indian Railway Board for more and more tourist special trains hauled by steam locomotives in the near future. .

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Visit to Nation Rail Museum

The National Rail Museum in Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, displays exhibits on the history of rail transport in India.

Locomotive Workshops

As the heart of the Indian Steam Railway, The Locomotive Workshop remain one of the most unique and valued heritage sites

Fairy Queen/Steam Train Run

The Special heritage Train would be hauled by the Fairy Queen/Steam Locomotive between Delhi Cantonment and Alwar.

Latest Magazine

The Indian Steam Railway Society’s Magazine encourages readers to contribute to the magazine about issues related to preservation of steam and other railway heritage.