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Bagnall 0-4-0ST "Alfred" and "Judy"

Alfred and Judy are two four-wheel saddle tank railway steam locomotives. They were built by W.G. Bagnall for use at Par harbour in Cornwall, United Kingdom. The unusually low design was required to cope with extremely tight curves and a very low ...

                                               

Bagnall 0-4-0ST No. 19

No. 19 - aka is a preserved 0-4-0 saddle tank locomotive, built by W.G. Bagnall in 1950. It was the final steam locomotive to work in the HM Devonport Dockyard, and is currently owned by the Cornish Steam Locomotive Preservation Society. In 1996, ...

                                               

Bagnall fireless locomotives (preserved)

Six of the only 14 Bagnall fireless locomotives built by W. G. Bagnall of Stafford, England, have been preserved. Brief histories of them are given in this article and they are listed by works number. All are standard gauge 0-4-0s except where ot ...

                                               

NS Class 8800

The Nederlandse Spoorwegen Class 8800 was a class of ex-British War Department Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0STs formed when NS bought 27 of them just after the Second World War. They had been built by the Hunslet Engine Company, W. G. Bagnall, Robert S ...

                                               

JGR Class 7170

The Japanese Class 7170 steam locomotive was among the first trains to be used in Hokkaido, and was utilized alongside the JNR Class 7100 on the Horonai Railway. The two tender locomotives that were to become the Class 7170 were purchased from th ...

                                               

The Prosperity Special

The shipment of twenty locomotives made by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the Southern Pacific Railway, was part of an order for fifty. This was the most remarkable single train of locomotives ever hauled across the country until then. The trai ...

                                               

Victorian Railways NA class

The Victorian Railways N A class is a 2-6-2 tank locomotive built for their 2 ft 6 in gauge branch lines. The Baldwin Locomotive Works in the United States supplied the first two 2-6-2 tank locomotives, as well as a range of spare parts. These we ...

                                               

Finnish Steam Locomotive Class B1

The Finnish Steam Locomotive Class B1 is an 0-4-2 saddle tank locomotive, built by Beyer, Peacock and Company, at their Gorton Foundry, Manchester, England. Nine were constructed between 1868 and 1890; they were designed for use as shunting locom ...

                                               

Isle of Man Railway locomotives

The locomotives of the Isle of Man Railway were provided exclusively by Beyer, Peacock and Company of Manchester, England between 1873 and 1926; other locomotives that appear on this list were inherited as part of the take-over of the Manx Northe ...

                                               

South Australian Railways I class (second)

This locomotive was a product of Beyer, Peacock and Company in 1888, it was imported to Victoria, Australia. It worked the start of its life on a private railway in Victoria, then it was sent to contractors "Waring and Rawdon" in 1903. This locom ...

                                               

Saxon VIa

The Saxon Class VIa were early Germany steam engines operated by the Royal Saxon State Railways. The class included various types of fast-stopping train locomotive, which had originally come from the Leipzig–Dresden Railway Company and the Easter ...

                                               

Promoniliformis ovocristatus

Moniliformidae is a family of parasitic spiny-headed worms. It is the only family in the Moniliformida order and contains three genera: Australiformis containing a single species, Moniliformis containing eighteen species and Promoniliformis conta ...

                                               

J. Van Drongelen 1

J. Van Drongelen 1 was a locomotive built by Crenstein, serial number 6398, in 1914 for construction company J. Van Drongelen in Hoek The Netherlands. The locomotive was engaged in the construction of the Zeeuwsch-Vlaamsche Tramweg-Maatschappij Z ...

                                               

Shelton Iron & Steel Works No. 4101

Dubs crane tank No. 4101 is an 0-4-0CT crane locomotive manufactured by Dubs & Co. in 1901, Glasgow for the Shelton Iron and Steel Works, Stoke on Trent. A "crane tank" is a type of steam locomotive upon which a steam-powered crane is mounted, pr ...

                                               

South Australian Railways Q class

The South Australian Railways Q Class Locomotives were built by Dubs and Company and James Martin & Co for the South Australian Railways, they entered service in 1885 & 1892.

                                               

LMS 10000 & 10001

                                               

Wurttemberg D

The Wurttemberg D was a class of 14 locomotives of the Royal Wurttemberg State Railways They were designed for the Ulm to Bretten via Stuttgart line. They were a four-cylinder de Glehn compound. They were capable of taking a train of 250 tonnes 2 ...

                                               

Wurttemberg T 4

The Wurttemberg T 4 was a class of German, eight-coupled, goods train, tank locomotive operated by the Royal Wurttemberg State Railways. When the T 3 locomotives were no longer capable of banking services on the Geislinger Steige, a locomotive wa ...

                                               

Wurttemberg Tssd

The Wurttemberg Tssd was a class of German, narrow gauge, steam locomotive operated by the Royal Wurttemberg State Railways. They were initially deployed on the Ochsle Railway in 1899 between Biberach an der RiS and Ochsenhausen. In addition they ...

                                               

GE Dash 8-40BP

                                               

GE 100-ton boxcab

                                               

GE Dash 8.5-40CW

The GE Dash 8.5-40CW is 6-axle a 4.000 hp diesel-electric locomotive originally built by GE Transportation Systems, rebuilt by Norfolk Southern at its shops in Roanoke, VA. The first locomotive started rebuild 2012. The locomotive is designed to ...

                                               

GE Universal Series

The GE Universal Series locomotives were diesel locomotives originally launched by GE in early 1956. The latest variant in the Universal Series was built in 2005. Initially, there were nine U-series models: U4B, U6B, U9B, U9C, U12B, U12C, U18B, U ...

                                               

Shannon (locomotive)

Shannon is an English steam locomotive, built in 1857 George England and Co. for the Sandy and Potton Railway and now preserved at the Didcot Railway Centre.

                                               

Sentetsu Pureha-class locomotives

The Pureha-class locomotives were a group of steam tank locomotives with 2-6-2 wheel arrangement of used by the Chosen Government Railway in Korea. The "Pure" name came from the American naming system for steam locomotives, under which locomotive ...

                                               

LTM 51

Locomotive 51 of the Limburgsche Tramweg Maatschappij was a Garratt locomotive. It was the only Garratt type locomotive in the Netherlands. It was built by Henschel with builder number 22063 in 1931. It entered service in the same year. Ir. D. Ve ...

                                               

Prussian G 12.1

The Prussian G 12.1 was a German steam locomotive built for the Prussian state railways during the First World War and was the largest Prussian freight locomotive with a 2-10-0 wheel arrangement. It had three cylinders, the two outer ones driving ...

                                               

Bonner Strassenbahn ROSWINDIS

Bonner Strassenbahn ROSWINDIS was a steam locomotive built by Hohenzollern in 1898. It was originally built for the Bonner Strassenbahn. It was bought for the construction of the MBS Nijmegen-Venlo line by C.P. Stuy in 1914. In 1915 the locomotiv ...

                                               

Coln-Frechener Strassenbahn BENZELRATH and MARIA

Coln-Frechener Strassenbahn BENZELRATH and MARIA were two locomotives built by Hohenzollern, serial number 846 and 933, in 1895 and 1896. Originally it was named Benzelrath, while later the numbers 4 and 5 were added. In 1904 the CFS was taken ov ...

                                               

VMH 1-4

VMH 1-4 was a series of locomotives built by Hohenzollern, with serial numbers 2835 to 2838, for the Stoomtramweg-Maatschappij Venlo – Maasbree – Helden in 1911. They entered service in 1912, named VENLO, PANNINGEN, HELDEN, and MAASBREE. A conden ...

                                               

List of Hunslet narrow-gauge locomotive designs

Below are the details of the types of narrow-gauge steam locomotives designed and built by the Hunslet Engine Company. Individual examples of some of these types have been preserved on heritage railways.

                                               

Hunslet narrow gauge locomotives

                                               

Saebyŏl-class locomotive

The Saebyŏl-class is a medium-duty diesel-hydraulic shunting locomotive built by the Kim Chong-tae Electric Locomotive Works for the Korean State Railway. The Saebyŏl-class locomotives have a centrecab body design, with a full-width cab offset fr ...

                                               

Dunrobin (locomotive)

The name Dunrobin was given to two Scottish steam locomotives. When the Far North Line opened to Golspie in 1871, the 3rd Duke of Sutherland had purchased a small 2-4-0T from Kitson and Company for his private train. Named Dunrobin, it had 4-foot ...

                                               

Bavarian D III

The Class D III engines of the Royal Bavarian State Railways were tank locomotives designed for shunting and Vizinalbahn service. Georg Krauss had exhibited a locomotive of this type, which had been developed on the same design principles as the ...

                                               

Degen und Wiegand KARL

Degan und Wiegand KARL was a locomotive built by Krauss, serial number 2062, in 1888. Degen und Wiegand were a construction company in Kiel. The locomotive was sold to and used by various construction companies, including Hermann Bachstein. It wa ...

                                               

LTM 53

Limburgsche Tramweg Maatschappij 53 was a locomotive built by Krupp, serial number 737, in 1924. It entered service for Krupp factories in Essen in 1925. It was used as a plant switcher. The LTM purchased the locomotive in 1932, for coal service ...

                                               

Forpini

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LTM 51-52

Limburgsche Tramweg Maatschappij 51-52 were a series of locomotives built for the LTM by Linke-Hofmann, serial numbers 2542 and 2547, in 1922. These stock locomotives, which entered service in 1922, were of the standard Henkel-type. These locomot ...

                                               

MaK DE 1004

                                               

MaK DE 1024

                                               

MaK DE 6400

                                               

MLW M-420B

                                               

MLW M-424W

                                               

MLW RSC-3

                                               

NZOS 1-8

These 1B1-tender locomotives were the first of this class in The Netherlands, in fact the NRS employed the first passenger service tender locomotives with this type. The Westinghouse brake system was a first for the NRS; the additional hand brake ...

                                               

Finnish Steam Locomotive Class C1

The Finnish Steam Locomotive Class C1 s were typical of the Victorian principles of locomotive design and the British 0-6-0 of the period with inside cylinders and Stephenson link motion. There is a similarity with the NER Class C1, Caledonian Ra ...

                                               

South Australian Railways I class (first)

The South Australian Railways I Class Locomotive was originally built by Neilson and Company, Scotland for the Canterbury Provincial Railways, New Zealand in 1873 and numbered 9. In May 1878 the South Australian Railways purchased this locomotive ...

                                               

British Rail Class 97

British Rail reserved the TOPS Class 97 designation for departmental locomotives, which were used for special or engineering duties. They were therefore of several different classes, lumped together for numbering purposes. Some locomotives were c ...

                                               

Brecon and Merthyr 0-6-2T locomotives

Brecon and Merthyr 0-6-2T locomotives were steam tank locomotives of the Brecon and Merthyr Railway including classes 36 and 45. The Brecon and Merthyr 36 was a class of 0-6-2T steam locomotive introduced into traffic in 1909 from a design by the ...

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