XB Class

Tintin was seen riding; rather driving; the Pacific 4-6-2 locomotive in “Tintin in America”. His next adventure took him across the globe to the Egypt, the Middle East and India in the “Cigars of the Pharaoh”. Tintin had to take a flight to escape being shot by Colonel Fuad in the Middle East where he… Read More XB Class

4-6-2 Pacific

Tintin books were published from 1930 till 1976. Over these 46 years, transportation underwent a revolution. This is very evident from the means of transport used by Tintin over the various books. The only means of travelling long distances from 1930s till the early sixties were ships. Tintin travelled across the world on various ships… Read More 4-6-2 Pacific

Prussian P8

Tintin!, my favourite character ever. I have to return to him because Herge not only drew real cars in his books but real everything transport. So after finishing my series on “Cars of Tintin” I decided to do some find out about other vehicles in Tintin. What next topic to choose than my second love… Read More Prussian P8