Jamaica

Kaiser Bauxite


Alpart 17868 102

RS12
c/n 75487, b/d 4/1952

- built for Kaiser Bauxite as #102
- to Alumina Partners as 17868
photo by: Robert Lambrecht
Port Kaiser, South coast of Jamaica - Oct. 1, 1993



Kaiser Bauxite 103
Baldwin photos - collection of Chuck Brewster
103

RS12
c/n 76133, b/d 5/1956

- built for Kaiser Bauxite as #103
- to Alumina Partners as 17869
Kaiser Bauxite 103 Kaiser Bauxite 103

Alpart 17869
Alumina Partners as 17869
photo by: Robert Lambrecht
Port Kaiser, South coast of Jamaica - Oct. 1, 1993



Alpart 17870
104

RS12
c/n 76134, b/d 5/1956

- built for Kaiser Bauxite as #104
- to Alumina Partners as 17870
photo by: Robert Lambrecht
Port Kaiser, South coast of Jamaica - Oct. 1, 1993



Kaiser Bauxite 5105 5105

AS616
c/n 75227, b/d 10/1951

- built as SP 5251
- acquired in 1961 by Kaiser Bauxite as #105(5105)
- to Alumina Partners as #17871

Kaiser Bauxite 5105 Kaiser Bauxite 5105
photos by: Robert Lambrecht
Port Kaiser, South coast of Jamaica - Oct. 1, 1993


SP 5251 at Port Kaiser Jamaica
Photo: Railway Gazette Feb 1962



Kaiser Bauxite 5106
5106

AS616
c/n 75226, b/d 10/1951

- built as SP 5250
- acquired in 1961 by Kaiser Bauxite as #106(5106)
photo by: Tom Trencansky
Tobolski, Jamaica - Nov. 8, 1989

Kaiser Bauxite 5106 Kaiser Bauxite 5106 Kaiser Bauxite 5105 Kaiser Bauxite 5106
photos by: Robert Lambrecht
Discovery Bay, North coast of Jamaica - Sept. 27, 1993



Alpart
photo by: Tom Trencansky
Nain, Jamaica - Nov. 9, 1989
Alpart
photo by: Tom Trencansky
Tobolski, Jamaica - Nov. 8, 1989
"Alpart (Alumina Partners) unit in Nain, Jamaica. Former Kaiser Bauxite locomotive was transferred to Alpart (Kaiser owned 65%) for use on a short line on the south side of the island, Kaiser is on the north side. Photo shows Alpart train running from port to plant, 11/9/89. Company bought GP35's years ago and presume the Baldwins are long out of service but probably just pushed into the jungle to rust like most Jamaica junk."


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