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Another new entry from Indonesia :

This May 2023 shot of Maos station in Cilacap regency featured CC206 23 (GE CM20EMP) of Purwokerto depot waiting with a string of fully loaded fuel tank cars. While the train plays the role as fuel supplier for Tegal city in the northern part of Java island through its fuel terminal near Larangan station, but for each loaded train the maximum amount of tank car in one consist is limited to 16 cars due to steep gradient between Purwokerto and Prupuk stations (although not as strict as the ones between Benteng and Malang Kota Lama in East Java, where a consist of 20 tank cars had to be divided into 10 at Bangil before proceeding to Malang Kota Lama, again caused by steep gradient).

Interestingly the fuel terminal at Maos station is located on the former right-of-way of Serajoedal Stoomtram Maatschappij (SDS) between Maos and Purwokerto Timur stations, where the line was forcibly closed and torn off by Imperial Japanese Army during the Pacific Theater of WWII.
New entry from South Sumatra :

This January 2024 shot of Serdang station in South Sumatra featured an MCW302 series DMU (built by Nippon Sharyo and other Japanese manufacturers) modified by Indonesian Railways in early 2000s for VIP and inspection usage, with the number is KD1-82202 (SI 3 82 02). Although the unit was once allocated to Java division, but it was later moved to South Sumatra division, and officially named by the internal team of Indonesian Railways as "Sriwijaya" (the ancient kingdom that originates from the area that became today's South Sumatra province).

It seems that there is an inspection by the higher officers of South Sumatra division, since there are more than 10 employees gathered around the station building.