Unidentified Pechot-Bourdon 0-4-0+0-4-0T, Pozega railway museum, Serbia, Mon 16 June 2014 1. French army officers Pechot and Bourdon designed this 60cm gauge articulated type for artillery transport before the First World War. Large numbers were built by French firms, but they could not meet demand so 15 were built by North British and 280 by Baldwin, all delivered in 1915-1916. This loco was reportedly built by Badwin, and is believed to have been transferred to Serbia during the Second World War by the Germans. It subsequently found industrial use in Serbia. The only other Pechot-Bourdon survivor is in Dresden transport museum.
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