November 8 - Jyväskylä, Finland-based specialised transport firm Silvasti has moved a historic steam locomotive to its new home in Oulainen, Finland.

The locomotive, called Ukko-Pekka, was manufactured in 1955 by Lokomo and was gifted to the municipality of Oulainen by the Haapamäki Museum Locomotive Association.

The 83-ton (75.3-tonne) locomotive measured 22.25 m in length and had a maximum width of 4 m. The locomotive's 35-ton (31.75-tonne) coal wagon was moved separately.

The machine was towed along railway tracks to Oulainen, before Silvasti lifted it onto a trailer for the last leg of its journey.

Silvasti is a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) Network in Finland.