In the country of Luxemburg there is a lot of historical rolling stock which is placed as monument somewhere along the street. Below some examples (but there are many more):
Below the railway line in Belval Soleuvre, there is, besides a busy road, an electrical loc and several lorries of the 700-mm mine railways. In the mines they mostly used electrical locomotives, because diesel engines produced too many exhaust gasses.Place : Belval Soleuvre
In a somewhat silent quarter of the village Lamadelaine (between Pétange and Rodange) on the corner of a street you can find a lorry of the mine train. This lorry has been riding in the 700 mm network of the mines in the south of Luxemburg.Place : Lamadelaine
Who arrives by train in Esch sur Alzette, cannot miss this lorry. On the second platform, just at the exit, you can see this lorry of the mine railways. Nowadays no more filled with iron ore, but with flowers, but that is no problem. A photo you can see besides.Place : Esch sur Alzette
In the Rue de France (leading to France) in Belval Soleuvre one can see this lorry of the mine trains, now not any more filled with iron ore, but with flowers.Place : Belval Soleuvre
On the Thills Gassel in Belval Soleuvre this lorry has been placed as rememberance to the iron ore lorries.Place : Belval Soleuvre
On a roundabout in the Rue de Belvaux, at the west side of the city of Esch sur Alzette, there can be found an electrical loc and some lorries of the 700 mm narrow gauge network of the mines.
In the city of Esch sur Alzette, in the road 'Route de Luxemburg' / 'Place Grobirchen' you can find steam loc ARBED number 41 as a monument. This loc was working on the factory owned network of the Arbed, with a gauge of 1000 mm.
In Schifflange, just east of the city Esch sur Alzette, on the Rue de Hédange there can be found as a monument an electrical loc and some mine lorries of the 700 mm narrow gauge network of the mines.
In the village of Rumelange one can find since 1973 the mining museum, dedicated to the mining in the south of Luxemburg. Next to the museum there can be found an electrical mining loc. There can also be seen several other railway stock of the mining industries.
Part of the museum is a ride in a mine train in an old mine over about 700 yard.
You can find more about the museum on the website of the mine museum
At the eastern entrance of the museum near the cement factory of Langengrund, one can see two mining locs. Here a picture of loc 70.