To cater to this market various smuggling syndicates, vandalise archaeological sites and old temples in India to steal the antiquities and objects of art," the paper said.
It was rescued from its site of abandonment from under overgrown vegetation in 1963 through the efforts of Mike Satow, then a senior executive at ICI, India, and who later went on to play a pivotal role in the establishment of the National Railway Museum in New Delhi.
The agency has made several interceptions and prevented illicit trade in wildlife products and red sanders.
A seizure was made of skin and skeletal remains of a full-grown Bengal tiger which is in great demand in grey markets of China and Hong Kong.
'Rishra' — A 0-4-0T side-tank locomotive now named 'Rishra', the only known survivor of a rare batch of locomotives from Baguley, is now at the Leighton Buzzard Railway.
Baguley Cars, Burton-on-Trent, England, were better known for their railcars and diesel locomotives.