We have obtained high spectral resolution observations of a number of Herbig-Haro (HH) objects in the H2 v=1-0 S(1) line at 2.12μm. Objects observed included HH1/2, HH7-11, HH19, HH32A, HH40, and HH43, all associated with jet-like features or collimated optical outflows. Here we present velocity-resolved 2.12μm spectroscopy for HH40 (an HH-objects moving close to the line of sight) an for HH43B (an HH-object moving close to the plane of the sky). The full set of observations including interpretation is given in Zinnecker et al. (1989). We also present high spatial resolution H2 2.12μm images of HH40 and HH43. The 2.12μm H2 line profiles were obtained with the UKIRT infrared Fabry-Perot system (effective resolution 30-35 km/s) using a diaphragm of diameter 11” for both HH40 and HH43. The H2 images were obtained with the IR-array imager at the CTIO 1.5m telescope through a narrowband filter centred on the v=1-0 S(1) line. The IR-camera used had 58x62 pixels and a resolution of 0.9”/pixel. The exposure time was 2x120sec and 5x60sec for HH40 and HH43, respectively. The images are sky subtracted, but not fiat fielded, and should be viewed as preliminary test images.