Named after the old WHR 1964 depot in Shropshire, Kinnerly hauled the first trains on the reopened WHR in 1980. The loco is still mostly original but has had the 'telephone box' cab removed. Very occasionally used as a mobile compressor for visiting locos to operate the WHR's airbraked stock.
Sister loco to Gelert and allocated the name Moel Tryfan but never carried nameplates. After many years awaiting restoration, it was revealed in February 2008 that it has been sold to a private owner. Now restored and named Isaac it is working at the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway at Woody Bay.
'The Buffet Car' This carriage was initially given the number "23" in the combined FR/WHR stock list. However, there is documentary evidence that the carriage was formally identified as "No. 24" in 1936. It appears that this number change occurred in 1926 when the WHR exchanged one of their Ashbury "Summer" carriages (No 24) with the FR in return for three bogie coal wagons.
The carriage was modified by the WHR in 1927 to serve as a buffet car, a service which operated until 1929. It was recovered in 1987 and restored by Stanegate Restorations and Replicas Ltd and WHHR ltd with its first run in the heritage train on 2 May 2009.