0-6-0ST ‘Austerity’ built by Hunslet (makers number 3793) in 1953 for WD (Army) use. Stored at Bicester by 7/53 but by 1955 was based on the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light…

Respite had previously worked at the Astley Green, Ladysmith & Bickershaw collieries until 1978. It was then donated to the National Railway Museum in 1982, where parts were removed and…

‘Walkden’, is the honorary name given to this example of a Hunslet Austerity. The locomotive was built during World War 2, and was despatched to France to help with the war…

This is one of a number of identical engines built by the Hunslet Engine Company of Leeds for the South Kirby Colliery near Barnsley between 1923 and 1942.

Delivered new to the Corby site of the British Steel Corporation in Northamptonshire, the loco was originally given the running number 21, and worked alongside many similar classmates. This loco…

Grant Ritchie of Kilmarnock built 42 industrial steam locomotives between 1879 & 1920,  primarily to order from operators in Scotland, although a few locos were supplied South of the border…

A new exhibit arrived at Christmas 2010 to join the fleet of Industrial locomotives at the Ribble Steam Railway and the engine has been a TV star!

The King spent most of it’s life working for United Glass in London, before being transferred to St Helens. The loco last steamed in the late 1990’s when on site…

Ribble Steam Railway-based Bagnall 0-6-0ST No. 2680 Courageous made its first ‘light engine’ test runs in the yard at Preston Riverside on 29th Jan, becoming the first locomotive to return…

Delivered new to Haunchwood Colliery in North Warwickshire coalfield, the locomotive was transferred to Arley Colliery on closure of Haunchwood.The engine received a new boiler in 1950, manufactured by Andrew…

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