“Energy” is the new name for loco MSC DH23 – The Sentinel used to work on the Manchester Ship Canal, and was purchased in early 2004, and arrived on site…

5643 is currently onsite at Ribble Steam Railway, but not in public view.  She is undergoing her regular 10 year boiler examination & overhaul.  It is hoped that she will…

This locomotive was built by Thomas Hill at their Vanguard Works, Kilnhurst, Yorkshire in 1966. After a full working life at the Shell refining plant at Stanlow, the oil company…

Delivered new to the Southall Gas Works as No.4 Loco, it was named Alexander in preservation by it’s new owner at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre. Purchased by it’s current owner…

Enterprise was delivered new to the docks system in 1968, where she, along with her sister locomotives Energy and Progress replaced nine steam locomotives. Enterprise is being repainted into original…

Delivered new to the Liverpool Corporation in 1928, the loco was later transferred to Lancaster Power Station in 1966, until moving to it’s final place of work, Heysham Power station…

Progress is the sister loco to Enterprise, and has worked on the docks since her arrival in 1968.

This versatile 0-4-0ST was built in 1928 for the North East Electricity Supply Company for Carville power station before subsequently being transferred to Dunston Power station before again being sold…

After spending most of it’s life working for the Gas board in Cambridge, the small Sentinel moved to Carnforth, where it became a regular, in use for shunting & demonstration…

‘JN Derbyshire’ was built at the Caledonia works of Andrew Barclay & Sons in Kilmarnock. It is a Barclay saddle tank with 12″ cylinders. The loco was purchased by the…

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