Conqueror, a Bagnall 0-6-2T B/No. 2192 of 1922.
It looks as if Excelsior, a Kerr Stuart 0-4-2ST B/No.1049 of 1908 was out of service on the date of my visit.
Leader is a Kerr Stuart 0-4-2ST, B/No. 926 of 1905, and one of the first locomotives obtained for the railway.
Leader seen from the other side.
Premier is Kerr Stuart 0-4-2ST B/No.886 of 1905, and was the railway's first locomotive.
Premier from the other side.
Superb is a Bagnall 0-6-2T B/No. 2624 of 1940.
Superior is a Kerr Stuart 0-6-2T, B/No.4034 of 1922.
Triumph is another Bagnall 0-6-2T, B/No.2511 of 1934.
Another view of Triumph
Unique is a Bagnall 2-4-0F, B/No.2216 of 1923 - a fireless locomotive. Narrow gauge fireless locomotives were quite rare. Steam was provided from an external source, and stored on the locomotive in a well insulated pressure vessel. Such locomotives were useful where working around inflammable materials. Note, the cylinders are at the rear of the locomotive.
Superior, Kerr Stuart 0-6-2T locomotive on a very short train.
Alpha, an 0-6-2T Bagnall locomotive (B/No.2472 of 1932) on a train which includes two passenger cars for the mills' employees.
All photographs Copyright Frank Stamford who may be contacted by email at: frank.stamford [at] bigpond.com
Last updated: 19 August 2009