Sorry - image missing The "Babwil" is housed in a shed near to Guadix Station. It is owned by Guadix Town Hall and is part of an exposition of how Guadix and its environs have been used in films over the years. See map.
Sorry - image missing Piston (on the left) and drive shaft sitting between its two sliders with part of the Walschaert's valve gear. See map.
Sorry - image missing Walschaert's valve gear. This had the important task of distributing the steam into either side of the piston at exactly the right time to control the direction and velocity of the train. See How a steam locomotive works. See map.
Sorry - image missing Underneath the locomotive showing the drive wheels and axles. On the left can be seen the leaf spring suspension to one of the wheels. See map.
Sorry - image missing Connecting rods and their bearings which transmit the work from the pistons into rotation of the drive wheels. See map.
Sorry - image missing Drive wheel. The part of the wheel on the right is a weight to counterbalance the effect of the connecting rods. See map.
Sorry - image missing Part of the 'Westinghouse' vacuum braking system. See map.
Sorry - image missing Part of the valve gear with an oil feed pipe to the bearing. See map.
Sorry - image missing Vacuum vessels for the train's braking system. See map.
Sorry - image missing Brake shoe on one of the drive wheels. See map.
Sorry - image missing Brake slave cylinder under the tender. See map.
Sorry - image missing Inside the driver's cab. On the right is part of one of the braking systems. Top left are three taps to gauge the water level in the boiler. If the water level drops below the top of the firebox, then there will be a catastrophic explosion. See map.
Sorry - image missing Water pump to maintain the level of water in the boiler. This has to be able to transfer water from the tender to the boiler at over 12kg/cm2 (35psi). See map.
Sorry - image missing Steam turbine electricity generator. See map.
Sorry - image missing Oil pump to feed lubricant to bearings. See map.
Sorry - image missing Babwil during extensive repairs in the workshops of A.R.M.F. in 2001. See map.
Sorry - image missing The Babwil under steam when it was in the Railway Museum, Madrid en 2014. Thank you to Leticia Martínez García of the The Spanish Railways Foundation. See map.