RMSR Ajmer Workshops
RMSR Ajmer Workshop
The workshops were early on charged with a wide variety of repair and overhauling jobs, including permanent-way work. In 1895, the workshops achieved the distinction of building the first indigenous locomotive from India, an 'F' class 0-6-0 MG locomotive (#F-734) .
The workshops at Ajmer opened in 1879 and employed 8,000 people by 1911 .
One notable feature of this workshop is the existence of a network of about 5km of 18"-gauge tram lines for transport of material among the various .
- Indian Railways Fan Club - Workshops - Ajmer Workshop; Retrieved 2 Mar 2020
- Google Books ‘The City in South Asia’ , by James Heitzman, page 125; Retrieved 2 Mar 2020