Gemas is the junction of the east and west railway lines. The station was built in 1922 and is a stopover for trains from the north (Butterworth), east coast (Tumpat and Gua Musang) and the south (Singapore). Other than passenger trains, the station also accommodates cargo trains carrying major commodities such as cement, petrol, rubber and logs.
interesting boulders on platform
The original station building is still standing. For railway enthusiasts there is a 1946 model North British Locomotive Company steam engine called Temerloh. Of course we couldn’t resist posing on this old loco for photos.
Associated Locomotive Equipment from London
North British Loco Co, Glasgow
I was hoping that a train would come in as there were several people wating on the platform but we were out of luck, and I coudn't see a timetable anywhere.
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