Upon the island of Chaskura, running out of its hamlet, is an engineering triumph of the world, one of the most sprawling rack railway networks ever built, to tackle the challenging mountains of the northern island and to serve a weather station built there, with the permission of the indigenous beings. This weather station proved its usefullness as soon as it was completed, and gave valuable insite to trade and shipping thereafter.
This engine was one of the many built for the railway, an 0-6-4T named "Rakkity Tam". Doing away with many mis-conceptions of the need to angle down boilers on locomotives that run on steep grades, the engine was designed to run either on very steep grade, or on level track, and be quite dual-purpose. Built in Ferrouston in 1205 to run on the Obt rack system, or on track without rack rail. On a good day on track without rack-rail, the engine can make a steady 45 Miles per hour.