Another view of the locomotive "Minør" at Reykjavik harbour. There is another similar steam locomotive "Pionér" from the same
harbour railroad also in Árbær museum in Reykjavik. Picture 21.5.2018 by Ilkka Siissalo.
Between 2003 and 2008 there was also another, new narrow gauge railroad in Iceland. It was used for construction of a new hydroelectric power plant and its
adjacent dam structure, blocking the rivers Jökulsá á Dal and Jökulsá í Fljótsdal. The railroad was diesel locomotive powered and the locomotives used were from
Schöma in Germany. There were at least five locomotives of two different types. After the power plant works were finished the railroad was dismantled and the rails,
locomotives and coaches were returned to Germany and Austria, some sold to Russia etc. One locomotive hull is kept in Iceland as a monument.
The locomotives used at Kárahnjúkar power plant works were similar to this:
Schöma tunnel locomotive. There is a good and long article on the various Icelandic
former railroads written in Danish and with many nice pictures available online: Bent
Hansen's 2013 article of Icelandic trains.