Yǒng Bǎo (勇寶)
  • Number: RM-1001
  • Class: Chinese Railways RM
  • Builder: Sifang Locomotive Works
  • Built: 1958
  • Configuration: 4-6-2
  • Top Speed: 70 mph

Yǒng Bǎo (勇寶) is a Chinese engine who took part in The Great Railway Show, competing in the Best Decorated Engine parade.



Yong Bao is a brave, kind and faithful tender engine from China, who used to pull passenger coaches. He may not be the biggest tender engine or the strongest, but he once cleverly diverted an accident saving hundreds of passengers. Yong Bao was decorated for his bravery and painted bright red, which is a color that symbolises celebration and happiness. Painted on his tender is a tiger which incites a sense of awe and admiration. Like Yong Bao, the tiger is full of life and embodies the spirit of being driven to achieve and make progress. These qualities make Yong Bao a Really Useful Engine.


Yong Bao is painted red with yellow lining, a green running board and window frames. His name is written on the sides of his cab in Traditional Chinese, and the design of a tiger is painted on his tender. He also bears a dragon face on the front top of his funnel.


  • His name means "brave treasure"
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