The Barry 10 were a collection of scrapyard locomotives that were removed from Woodham Brothers in 1990 when Dai Woodham retired; basically, they were the ones which were left, unsold, as of that date.
They were then taken on by the Vale of Glamorgan Council. For the next 20 years the locos were stored in scrapyard condition, although several were bought. All the remaining locomotives are rusting hulks, stored, and not publicly viewable.
The Barry Ten were under the management and ownership of Cambrian Transport, who publicly announced on 4 May 2010, various plans for the different engines (see below).
- GWR 2800 Class 2-8-0 no. 2861 – (Owned by the Great Western Society. Disassembled, cylinder block and some parts used for the No. 4709 Night Owl recreation project. Frames scrapped in 2014.)
- GWR 5101 Class 2-6-2T no. 4115 – (Owned by the GWS. Disassembled; frame extensions and wheels used in the No. 4709 Night Owl recreation project, boiler used in the restoration of 5600 Class No. 6634.)
- GWR 5205 Class 2-8-0T no. 5227 – (Owned by the GWS. Some parts used for various recreation projects, including the No. 4709 Night Owl recreation project; most of the engine to be displayed at the Didcot Railway Centre in un-restored condition.)
- GWR 4500 Class 2-6-2T no. 5538 – (Strictly speaking, not a member of the 'Barry 10'; it was given to the town of Barry by Dai Woodham, and lumped in with the Barry 10 later. Under restoration at the Dean Forest Railway.)
- GWR 4500 Class 2-6-2T no. 5539 – (Under restoration at the Llangollen Railway.)
- GWR 5600 Class 0-6-2T no. 6686 – (Stored. Due to be restored for use on the Barry Island Railway.)
- GWR Modified Hall Class 4-6-0 no. 7927 – (Disassembled; frames and wheels used in the No. 1014 County of Glamorgan recreation project, boiler used in the No. 6880 Betton Grange recreation project.)
- LMS 'Black Five' no. 44901 – (Stored. At the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, where it will be restored.)
- LMS Class 8F 2-8-0 no. 48518 – (Disassembled, boiler used in the No. 1014 County of Glamorgan recreation project, other parts used in various restorations, including the No. 45551 Unknown Warrior recreation project. Frames scrapped in 2013.)
- BR Class 4MT 2-6-4T no. 80150 – (Owned by the Mid Hants Railway. Due to be restored.)
- BR 2-10-0 Class 9F no. 92245 – (Stored. Due to be displayed at the Barry Rail Centre as an example of an un-restored ex-Barry scrapyard engine.)
- "News | Latest News". Didcot Railway Centre. Retrieved 2012-02-24.
- "British Railways Standard Class 4MT Tank Engine - No. 80150". Watercress Line. Retrieved 2012-02-24.