A traction engine agricultural (1894 model). Made in Kolomna Locomotive Works. They became popular in industrialised countries from around 1850, when the first self-propelled portable steam engines for agricultural use were developed. Production continued well into the early part of the 20th century. In Russia, the production of locomobiles started in 1894 at the Lyudinovsky and Kolomna Locomotive Works.

Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Moscow

The Kolomna Locomotive Works (Russian: Коломенский завод, romanized: Kolomensky zavod) is a major producer of railroad locomotives as well as locomotive and marine diesel engines in Russia. The plant started production in 1869 with a freight steam locomotive, one of the first in Russia. In the Russian Empire, Kolomna was one of the few producers in Russia. During this period, 139 types of steam locomotives were designed.

As of 2015, the company is now a part of Transmashholding.

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