Daphne has been donated to the North West Transport Museum in St Helens, a registered Museum. Daphne has spent many years on the seafront at Lytham as a former playground…

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…

M.D.H.B No.26 previously worked for the Mersey Docks and Harbour board in Liverpool. Originally earmarked to become the main engine at the Fleetwood Loco Centre, work was carried out on…

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…

Number 4979 Wootton Hall is one of an illustrious line of named locomotives of the Great Western Railway.

‘Caliban’ was completed by the Peckett works in February 1937 for Courtaulds, Preston. On 2 May 1973 ex-Courtaulds large Peckett 0-4-0ST Caliban hauled the first trains on the Lakeside &…

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.

Andrew Barclay 2343 is one of six 10″ Barclay locomotives that are preserved. 2343 is unique in having a boiler that sits higher up than the rest. It worked all…

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…

Cumbria is currently offsite & on hire at another railway, so cannot be viewed at Preston “Cumbria” was built to the wartime “Austerity” design, slightly modified by Mr. R.A. Riddles,…

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