“Cumbria” was built to the wartime “Austerity” design, slightly modified by Mr. R.A. Riddles, by the Hunslet Engine Co. of Leeds in 1953. It carries works number 3794. This loco…

5643 returned to steam at the Ribble Steam Railway Easter 2013 and is currently at the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway on loan for 2015.

Constructed by Sharp Stewart & Co to order 440, this 0-4-0 tender locomotive was one of a batch of eight locomotives constructed for the Furness Railway. It was completed in…

Hudswell Clarke 0-4-0 DM D629 ‘Sparky’ was built in 1945 and delivered to Springfields Munition factory (outside Preston) to work with sister loco ‘Mighty Atom D628’. It was built to…

The railway is home to 5 Mk1 coaches all of which are operational. TSO M4886 BR Dia 89 Lot 525 Wolverton 1960 TSO W5036 BR Dia 89 Lot 690 Wolverton…

This locomotive was built by the Yorkshire Engine Company to works number 2677 in 1960.

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…

St Monans is a 100hp geared four wheel steam locomotive with a vertical boiler and cylinders which was built in 1947 by the Shrewsbury firm of Sentinels Ltd.

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…

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

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