List of rolling stock items in the UK National Collection

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Locomotives from the National Collection in the Great Hall of the UK National Railway Museum.

The UK National Collection is a collection of around 280 historic rail vehicles (predominantly of British origin). The majority of the collection is kept at three national museums:

Other items are on short or long-term loans to museums and heritage railways such as the Museum of the Great Western Railway at Swindon and the Railway Centre and Museum at Darlington.

Steam locomotives[edit]

Standard gauge designs up to 1869[edit]

These locomotives are all 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge unless noted otherwise.

Railway Number and name Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
Wylam Colliery Puffing Billy William Hedley 1813
Rebuilt c.1830
4w VCG[Note 1] Kensington[1] 1862-2 Puffing Billy steam engine.JPG
S&D Locomotion No 1 R Stephenson 3 1825 0-4-0 Darlington[2] 1978-7010 Stockton & Darlington Railway 0-4-0 No. 1 'Locomotion' (1825) Head of Steam, Darlington 30.06.2009 P6300109 (10192716234).jpg
Shutt End Colliery Agenoria Foster, Rastrick and Company 1829 0-4-0 York[3] 1884-92 Locomotive from 1829 at NRM York - DSC07758.JPG
L&M Rocket R Stephenson 19 1829 0-2-2 Kensington[4] 1862-5 Stephenson's Rocket.jpg
S&D Rocket Replica 1935[Note 2] 0-2-2 York[5] 1935-87 084-SFEC-YORK-20070827.JPG
S&D Rocket Replica Locomotion Enterprises (1975) Ltd. 2 1979[Note 3] 0-2-2 York[6] 1979-7002 Stephenson's Rocket at rail200 railfest 01.jpg
L&M Sans Pareil Timothy Hackworth 1829 0-4-0 Shildon[7] 1864-45 Sans Pareil.jpg
L&M Sans Pareil Replica 1979[Note 4] 0-4-0 Shildon[8] 2009-7054 Sans Pareil Replica.jpg
L&M Novelty Ericsson and Braithwaite 1829[Note 5] 0-2-2 Manchester[9] 1929-866 Novelty Replica 05-09-17 21.jpeg
Hetton Colliery Nelson[Note 6] Timothy Hackworth c.1837 0-6-0 Shildon[10] 2008-7058 South Hetton Colliery 0-6-0 ‘Nelson’ (c1840) built Thomas Richardson of Hartlepool, Shildon 29.06.2009 P6290065 (10192717144).jpg
S&D 18 Etherley 1840 [Note 7] Shildon[11] 1981-426
S&D 25 Derwent Kitching 1845 0-6-0 Darlington[12] 1978-7012 S&DR Derwent (Hugh Llewelyn).jpg
Hetton Colliery Lyons 1852 0-4-0 Beamish[13] 1978-7009 1822 locomotive (Railway Magazine, 100, October 1905).jpg
GJR 1868[Note 8] GJR Crewe 1845 2-2-2 Kensington[14] 1975-7016 Grand Junction Railway 1868 Columbine 01.jpg
Furness 3 Coppernob Bury, Curtis, and Kennedy 1846 0-4-0 York[15] 1975-7015 Furness Railway locomotive no. 3.jpg
LNWR 3020 Cornwall[Note 9] LNWR Crewe 1847 2-2-2 Shildon[16] 1975-7026 HLB Lok 2.jpg
Sandy and Potton[Note 10] 5 Shannon George England and Co. 1858 0-4-0WT Didcot[17] 1978-7013 No 5 Shannon Didcot Railway Centre.jpg
LNWR 1439 1865 0-4-0ST Preston[18] 1978-7015
MR 158A 156 Class MR Derby 1866 2-4-0 Butterley[19] 1978-7016 MR 158A at Swanwick 1.jpg
NER 66 Aerolite[Note 11] X1 (LNER) NER Gateshead 1869 2-2-4T York[20] 1975-7013 66 AEROLITE National Railway Museum.jpg

Standard gauge designs 1870 to 1899[edit]

These locomotives are all 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge.

Railway Number and name Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
GNR 1 Stirling Single GNR Doncaster 1870 4-2-2 Shildon[21] 1975-7014 GNR Stirling 1 at Doncaster Works.jpg
LSWR 30587 (BR[Note 12] 0298 Class ("Beattie Well Tank") Beyer Peacock 1412 1874 2-4-0WT Bodmin[22] 1978-7018 Preserved LSWR 0298 locomotives at Bodmin.JPG
Hebburn Works 2 Bauxite Black, Hawthorn 305 1874 0-4-0ST York[23] 1953-354 Black Hawthorne (5669453844).jpg
NER 1275 1001 Class Dübs 708 1874 0-6-0 York[24] 1975-7009 Hugh llewelyn 1275 (6683840209).jpg
NER 910 901 Class NER Gateshead 1875 2-4-0 Kirkby Stephen[25] 1975-7004 North Eastern Railway 901 Class 2-4-0 locomotive at Locomotion, Shildon, Co. Durham. (3066267027).jpg
LBSCR 82 Boxhill[Note 13] A1 Class LBSCR Brighton 1880 0-6-0T York[26] 1975-7012 Stroudley Terrier.jpg
LBSCR 214 Gladstone[Note 14] B1 Class LBSCR Brighton 1882 0-4-2 York[27] 1975-7017 Express passenger locmotive Gladstone (6).JPG
NER 1463 1463 Class NER Darlington 1885 2-4-0 Darlington[28] 1975-7020 NER E5 2-4-0 1463 (1885) Head of Steam, Darlington 30.06.2009 P6300112 (10192722204).jpg
LYR 1008[Note 15] Class 5 LYR Horwich 1 1889 2-4-2T York[29] 1976-7003 Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 1008 National Railway Museum.jpg
LNWR 790 Hardwicke[Note 16] Improved Precedent LNWR Crewe 3286 1892 2-4-0 Shildon[30] 1975-7023 LNWR 790 2-4-0 Hardwicke.jpg
S&MR 1 Gazelle Alfred Dodman & Co. 1893 0-4-2WT Tenterden[31] 1975-7010 'Gazelle' at the National Railway Museum - geograph.org.uk - 1508067.jpg
LSWR 563[Note 17] T3 Class LSWR Nine Elms 380 1893 4-4-0 Shildon[32] 1975-7000 Steam Train at Shildon.jpg
NER 1621 M1 Class
(LNER D17/1)
NER Gateshead 1893 4-4-0 Shildon[33] 1975-7008 North Eastern Railway Class M1 no. 1621 at NRM York - DSC07854.jpg
GNR 1002 Stirling Single 1893 [Note 18] Shildon[34] 1978-7122
GER GER 490
BR 62785[Note 19]
T26 Class
(LNER E4)
GER Stratford 836 1894 2-4-0 Bressingham[35] 1975-7002 GER 2-4-0 62785 at Stratford 1959.jpg
LSWR LSWR 245[Note 20] M7 Class LSWR Nine Elms 1897 0-4-4T York[36] 1978-7020 Geograph-1679880-by-P-L-Chadwick.jpg
GWR 2516 2301 Class GWR Swindon 1557 1897 0-6-0 Swindon[37] 1978-7021 Dean Goods 2 db.jpg
TVR TVR 28[Note 21] O1 Class TVR Cardiff 306 1897 0-6-2T Gwili[38] 1978-7022 Taff Vale Railway locomotive no 28 at Caerphilly 1983.jpg
GNR 990 Henry Oakley[Note 22] Class C1
(LNER C2)
GNR Doncaster 708 1898 4-4-2 Bressingham[39] 1975-7001 GNR C2 990 'Henry Oakley' at Doncaster Works.JPG
MR 673[Note 23] 115 Class MR Derby 1899 4-2-2 York[40] 1978-7023 Midland 4-2-2 No. 673 Rainhill 1980.jpg
GNR 1247[Note 24] Class J13
(LNER J52)
Sharp Stewart 4492 1899 0-6-0ST York[41] 1980-7001 GNR 1247 at Locomotion Shildon.jpg
LSWR 120[Note 25] T9 Class LSWR Nine Elms 1899 4-4-0 Bodmin[42] 1978-7024 Southern 120 at Bodmin.jpg

Standard gauge designs 1900 to 1922[edit]

These locomotives are all 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge unless noted otherwise.

Railway Number and name Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
SECR 737[Note 26] D Class SECR Ashford 1901 4-4-0 York[43] 1975-7006 South Eastern & Chatham Railway Class D 4-4-0 steam locomotive No 737, 1901 National Railway Museum NRMObjectNumber1975-7006.jpg
MR 1000[Note 27] 1000 Class MR Derby 1902[Note 28] 4-4-0 Barrow Hill[44] 1975-7018 Compound 1000 at York.jpg
GNR 251[Note 29] C1 Class GNR Doncaster 991 1902 4-4-2 Shildon[45] 1975-7005 GNR 251 Large Boilered Atlantic.jpg
GWR GWR 3440 City of Truro[Note 30] 3700 Class ("City") GWR Swindon 2000 1903 4-4-0 York[46] 1978-7025 City of Truro Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway.jpg
GER 87[Note 31] S56 Class
(LNER J69)
GER Stratford 1249 1904 0-6-0T Bressingham[47] 1975-7003 Great Eastern Railway 0-6-0.jpg
GER 1217[Note 32] G58 Class
(LNER J17)
GER Stratford 1905 0-6-0 Barrow Hill[48] 1978-7026 Roundhouse, Barrow Hill - geograph.org.uk - 1355529.jpg
GWR 2818 2800 Class GWR Swindon 2122 1905 2-8-0 Shildon[49] 1976-7001 Freight locomotive at NRM York - DSC07836.JPG
GWR GWR 4003 Lode Star 4000 Class ("Star") Swindon Works 2231 1907 4-6-0 Swindon[50] 1978-7027 GWR 4000 Class 4003 Lode Star National Railway Museum turntable.jpg
LTSR 80 Thundersley[Note 33] 79 Class Stephenson 3367 1909 4-4-2T Bressingham[51] 1978-7028 LTSR Thundersley No. 80 4-4-2T - geograph.org.uk - 1780648.jpg
Longmoor Woolmer Avonside 1572 1910 0-6-0ST Basingstoke[52] 2008-7159
GCR 63601 (BR)[Note 34] 8K Class
(LNER O4)
GCR Gorton 1911 2-8-0 GCR[53] 1975-7027 GCR O4 63601 at Doncaster Works.JPG
NER 901[Note 35] T3 Class
(LNER Q7)
NER Darlington 1919 0-8-0 Darlington[54] 1978-7029 LNER Q7 0-8-0 901 (1919) Head of Steam, Darlington 30.06.2009 P6300110 (10192857226).jpg
GCR 506 Butler Henderson[Note 36] 11F Class
(LNER D11)
GCR Gorton 1920 4-4-0 Barrow Hill[55] 1978-7030 D11.No506.01.jpg
LNWR 49395 (BR)[Note 37] G Class ("Super D") LNWR Crewe 5662 1921 0-8-0 Bury[56] 1978-7031 49395 Super D at Heywood.JPG
NSR 2[Note 38] L Class NSR Stoke 1922 0-6-2T Shildon[57] 1978-7032 North Stafford 0-6-2.jpg

Standard gauge designs 1923 to 1947[edit]

These locomotives are all 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge unless noted otherwise.

Railway Number and name Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
GWR 4073 Caerphilly Castle 4073 Class ("Castle") GWR Swindon 1923 4-6-0 Swindon[58] 1961-76 GWR Caerphilly Castle 3 db.jpg
LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman[Note 39] A3 Class LNER Doncaster 1564 1923 4-6-2 York[59] 2004-7103 Flying Scotsman 2005.jpg
LMS 4027[Note 40] 4F LMS Derby 1924 0-6-0 Toddington[60] 1978-7033 Locomotive Parade, Rainhill 1980 - Midland 'Big Goods' 0-6-0 - geograph.org.uk - 1587382.jpg
SR 777 Sir Lamiel[Note 41] N15 Class North British 23223 1925 4-6-0 Loughborough[61] 1978-7034 777 SIR LAMIEL at Stainforth.jpg
LMS 13000[Note 42] 5MT ("Crab") LMS Horwich 1926 2-6-0 York[62] 1978-7036 LMS Hughes Crab.jpg
SR 850 Lord Nelson[Note 43] Lord Nelson SR Easteligh 1926 4-6-0 Ropley[63] 1978-7035 SR 850 Lord Nelson.jpg
GWR 6000 King George V 6000 Class ("King") GWR Swindon 1927 4-6-0 York[64] 1978-7037 6000 King George V at NRM York - DSC07760.jpg
SR 925 Cheltemham[Note 44] V ("Schools") SR Eastleigh 1934 4-4-0 Ropley[65] 1978-7038 SR Schools Class 925 Cheltenham (8842880390).jpg
LMS 2500[Note 45] 2MT LMS Derby 1934 2-6-4T York[66] 1978-7039 LMS No 2500 2-6-4T higher contrast.jpg
Chinese Government Railways KF7[Note 46] KF1 Class Vulcan 4674 1935 4-8-4 York[67] 1987-7001 088-SFEC-YORK-20070827.JPG
LMS 5000[Note 47] 5MT LMS Crewe 216 1935 4-6-0 Shildon[68] 1978-7040 5000 stands inside Northwich Motive Power Depot.jpg
LNER 4771 Green Arrow[Note 48] V2 Class LNER Doncaster 1837 1936 2-6-2 York[69] 1975-7025 4771 GREEN ARROW East Lancashire Railway.jpg
LNER 4468 Mallard[Note 49] A4 Class LNER Doncaster 1870 1938 4-6-2 York[70] 1975-7007 Mallard locomotive 625.jpg
LMS 6229 Duchess of Hamilton[Note 50] "Princess Coronation" LMS Crewe 1938 4-6-2 York[71] 1976-7000 6229 DUCHESS OF HAMILTON National Railway Museum (11).jpg
SR] C1[Note 51] Q1 SR Brighton 1942 0-6-0 York[72] 1978-7041 Class Q1 locomotive at Horsted Keynes (cropped).jpg
CEGB Eustace Forth Robert Stephenson and Hawthorns 7063 1942 0-4-0ST Shildon[73] 1978-7007 York - geograph.org.uk - 64438.jpg
WD King Feisal of Iraq Hunslet 3183 1944 0-6-0ST [Note 52][74] 2005-7287
SR 34051 Winston Churchill[Note 53] Battle of Britain SR Brighton 1946 4-6-2 Ropley[75] 1978-7042 34051 at NRM York - DSC07840.JPG
GWR 9400 9400 Class GWR Swindon Works 1947 0-6-0PT Swindon[76] 1978-7043 GWR 9400 2 db.jpg
BR (SR)[Note 54] 35029 Ellerman Lines Merchant Navy SR Eastleigh 1949 4-6-2 York[77] 1975-7021 35029 Ellerman Lines NRM York.jpg

Standard gauge designs from 1948 onwards[edit]

These locomotives are all 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge unless noted otherwise.

Railway Number Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
BR 70013 Oliver Cromwell 7MT ("Britannia") BR Crewe 1951 4-6-2 Loughborough[78] 1978-7044 OliverCromwell.JPG
Industrial[Note 55] 1 Barclay 2373 1956 0-4-0F Shildon[79] 1978-7045 Imperial No1 locomotive, Locomotion Shildon, 28 April 2010.JPG
Industrial[Note 56] 5 Frank Galbraith Sentinel 9629 1957 0-4-0 VBT Hull[80] 1981-7000 Sentinel 4wVBTG at NRM York.jpg
BR 92220 Evening Star 9F BR Swindon 1960 2-10-0 York[81] 1975-7024 Evening Star, STEAM Museum, Swindon (1) - geograph.org.uk - 1038147.jpg

Narrow gauge steam locomotives[edit]

Railway Number or name Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Gauge Location Object Number Image
LNWR Pet LNWR Crewe 1865 0-4-0ST 18 in (457 mm) York[82] 1978-7014 Crewe Works PET at NRM York - DSC07765.JPG
LYR Wren Beyer, Peacock 2825 1887 0-4-0STT 18 in (457 mm) York[83] 1975-7019 Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 0-4-0ST locomotive WREN.jpg
Cape Govt. 993[Note 57] SAR 7A Sharp, Stewart 4150 1896 4-8-0 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Shildon[84] 2005-7445

Broad gauge[edit]

These locomotives are all 7 ft 14 in (2,140 mm) gauge.

Railway Name Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
SDR Tiny[Note 58] Vertical boiler Sara and Company 1868 0-4-0T Buckfastleigh[85] 1978-7017 Buckfastleigh Tiny.jpg
GWR North Star Star (replica) GWR Swindon 1925[Note 59] 2-2-2 Swindon[86] 1978-7011 North Star photograph.jpg
GWR Iron Duke Iron Duke (replica) Resco Railways 1985[Note 60] 4-2-2 Didcot[87] 1985-1989 Iron Duke at NRM.jpg

Electric locomotives[edit]

These locomotives are 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge.

Railway Number (current) Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
C&SLR 13 Mather & Platt / Beyer, Peacock 1890 Bo LT Museum[88] 1923-301 Ltmd-c&slr-number13-01.jpg
Waterloo & City 75S[Note 61] Siemens Brothers & Co 6 1898 Bo Shildon[89] 1978-7003 SR75S, Locomotion Shildon, 28 April 2010 (2).JPG
NER 1[Note 62] (BR) ES1 BTH 1904 Bo-Bo Shildon[90] 1975-7022 NorthEasternRailwayNo1-Locomotion-Shildon-April2008.JPG
NSR 1[Note 63] Battery-electric NSR /
Thomas Bolton
1917 Bo York[91] 1978-7004 B.E.L.1 (6684206871).jpg
BR E26020[Note 64] Class 76 BR Gorton 1027 1951 Bo-Bo York[92] 1978-7005 26020 at York NRM.JPG
BR E5001[Note 65] Class 71 BR Doncaster 1958 Bo-Bo Shildon[93] 1978-7006 E5001 at Doncaster Works.JPG
BR 84001[Note 66] Class 84 North British 27793 1960 Bo-Bo Barrow Hill[94] 1979-7001 84001 at Crewe Works.JPG
BR 87001 Stephenson Class 87 BREL Crewe 1974 Bo-Bo York[95] 2005-7698 87001 at Crewe Works.JPG

Narrow gauge electric[edit]

Railway Number Type or Class Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Gauge Location Object Number Image
Post Office 809 1930 stock EE 809 1931 A-1-1-A 2 ft (610 mm) York[96] 1986-7000
Channel Tunnel Construction RA36 4wBE/WE Hunslet 9423 1990 900 mm (2 ft 11 716 in) York[97] 1992-7394 25 tonne Hunslet Electric Adhesion Locomotive MkII. ASDR 1706 of 1989 National Railway Museum Object Number 1992-7394.jpg

Electric multiple units coaches[edit]

All these coaches are 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge unless noted otherwise.

Railway Unit number Unit class Car number Car type Builder Built Location Object Number Image
NER 3267 Parcels 1904 North Shields[98] 1978-7067 North Eastern Railway Parcels Van.jpg
SR 1293 4-SUB 8143 York 1978-7069 4Sub.jpg
SR 3131 4-COR 11179 MBTO 1937 York 1978-7071 3131 at National Railway Museum.JPG
LNWR LNWR electric 28249 MBTO 1915 York 1978-7068 LNWR EMU.JPG
SR 2090 2-BIL 12123 MBT 1937 Shildon[99] 1985-7001 BR Class 401 2-BIL EMU no. 2090, London Waterloo, 22 November 1986.jpg
SR 2090 2-BIL 10656 DTC 1937 Shildon[100] 1985-7002
BR (SR) 3545 4-VEP DTC 1974 Shildon[101] 2006-7360 Slam Door commuter 4-VEP coach, 1974 National Railway Museum NRMObjectNumber2006-7360.jpg
JR-West 0 Series Shinkansen 22–141 Panto/Cab 1976 York[102] 2001-7500 Shinkansen 0 Series National Railway Museum York.jpg
BR Class 370 2005 Power car BREL Crewe 1980 Shildon 1988-7006/7[103] APT coach, Locomotion Shildon, 28 April 2010.JPG

Electric tramcars[edit]

Railway Number Class or Type Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
Glasgow Corporation 1901 [Note 67][104] 1962-356
Llandudno[Note 68] 1914 Christchurch[Note 69][105] 1976-142

Internal combustion[edit]

Standard gauge locomotives[edit]

The following locomotives are all 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge and powered by diesel engines unless noted otherwise.

Railway Number Type or
Class
Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Location Object Number Image
Petrol Motor Rail 4217 1925 4w PM Shildon Exhibit, Locomotion Shildon, 28 April 2010 (4).JPG
CEGB D21 Hexhamshire Diesel electric Armstrong Whitworth D21 1933 0-4-0 Beamish[106] 1978-7008
LMS 7050 Diesel mechanical Drewry/EE Drewry 2047
EE 874
1934 0-4-0 York[107] 2008-7160 Hugh llewelyn 7050 (5668822779).jpg
BR 13079[Note 70] Class 08 BR Darlington 1953 0-6-0 York[108] 1985-7000 NRM Depot 13079.jpg
BR 08911[Note 71] Class 08 BR Horwich 1962 0-6-0 York [citation needed] Diesel shunter at the National Railway Museum - geograph.org.uk - 1505882.jpg
EE DP1 Deltic Prototype EE 2007 1955 Co-Co Preston[109] 1963-80 Deltic DP1 at Locomotion Shildon 1.jpg
BR D8000[Note 72] Class 20 EE/Vulcan EE 2347 VF D375 1957 Bo-Bo York[110] 1981-7002 D8000 at Rail200, June 2004.jpg
BR D5500[Note 73] Class 31/0 Brush 71 1957 A1A-A1A York[111] 1978-7000 31018 at National Railway Museum.JPG
BR D200[Note 74] Class 40 EE/Vulcan EE 2367 VF D395 1958 1Co-Co1 York[112] 1988-7001 The Whistler Farewell railtour at Leeds - geograph.org.uk - 1717364.jpg
BR D2090[Note 75] Class 03 BR Doncaster 1960 0-6-0 Shildon[113] 1976-7005 03090 at Locomotion Shildon 2.jpg
BR D6535[Note 76] Class 33/1 BRC&W DEL 127 1960 Bo-Bo GCR[114] 2005-7286 D6535 Great Central Railway (2).jpg
BR D2860 Class 02 Yorkshire Engine Co. 2843 1961 0-4-0 York[115] 1978-7001 D2860 (5441372312).jpg
BR D6700[Note 77] Class 37 EE/Vulcan EE 2863 VF D579 1961 Co-Co York[116] 2001-7861 D6700 National Railway Museum York.jpg
BR D9002 Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry[Note 78] Class 55 EE/Vulcan EE 2907 VF D559 1961 Co-Co York[117] 1987-7002 55002 Deltic at the NRM.jpg
BR 09017 Class 09 Horwich Works - 1961 0-6-0 York [citation needed]
BR D1023 Western Fusilier Class 52 BR Swindon 1963 C-C York[118] 1978-7002 NRM outside Great Hall 1023.jpg
BR 47798 Prince William[Note 79][119] Class 47 BR Crewe 1965 Co-Co York[120] 2004-7243 Class 47 'Prince William' NRM Rail 200.jpg
BR 41001[Note 80] Prototype HST BREL Crewe 1972 Bo-Bo Ruddington[121] 1988-7000 Prototype HST 41001.jpg

Narrow gauge locomotives[edit]

These locomotives are all powered by diesel engines unless noted otherwise.

Railway Number Type Builder Works
Number
Built Wheels Gauge Location Object Number Image
Yorkshire Water Authority[Note 81] Simplex No 2275 Petrol Motor Rail 1377 1918 4w 2 ft (610 mm) Leighton Buzzard[1]
Yorks. Water Authority[Note 82] Ruston Hornsby 187105 1937 4w 2 ft (610 mm) Leighton Buzzard[122] 1978-7046
NCB [Note 83] 14 Hudswell Clarke DM1274 1962 0-6-0 3 ft (914 mm) Shildon[123] 2005-7601 Locomotive, Locomotion Shildon, 28 April 2010 (2).JPG
NCB [Note 84] 9 Hunslet 9227 1986 Bo-Bo 3 ft (914 mm) Shildon[124] 2005-7600

Diesel multiple unit coaches[edit]

All these coaches are 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) gauge and power by diesel engines unless noted otherwise.

Railway Number Class or Type Builder Works
Number
Built Location Object Number Image
GWR 4 Railcar AEC 1934 Swindon[125] 1978-7070 Sleek Passenger Travel at Steam - geograph.org.uk - 1587139.jpg
BR 51192 + 54352 2-car
Class 101
Metro Cammell NNR[126] 2004-7105
BR APT-E Gas turbine prototype APT BR Derby Shildon[127] 1976-7002 ATP-E IN YARD.jpg
BR LEV1 Experimental railbus Leyland 1975 Weardale Railway[128] 1987-7017 Lev1nnr.jpg

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Puffing Billy is 5 ft (1,524 mm) gauge.
  2. ^ Sectionalised replica of original Rocket of 1829.
  3. ^ Working replica of original Rocket of 1829.
  4. ^ Working replica of original Sans Pareil.
  5. ^ Novelty was rebuilt in 1929
  6. ^ Bradyll may actually be Nelson
  7. ^ Only the tender of Etherley remains
  8. ^ Columbine was built as number 49 of the Grand Junction Railway but is preserved in later guise as number 1868 of the London and North Western Railway.
  9. ^ Cornwall was originally numbered 173 but is preserved with its later number 3020.
  10. ^ Shannon was built for the Sandy and Potton Railway and later worked on the Cromford and High Peak Railway and Wantage Tramway.
  11. ^ North Eastern Railway 66 was later renumbered 1478.
  12. ^ The Beattie Well tank was built by Beyer Peacock in 1874 for the London and South Western Railway. It initially carried the number 298 but this was later changed to 0298 in a duplicate series and was rebuilt at their Eastleigh Works in 1921. When it became the property of the Southern Railway it initially carried the number E0298 but this was changed to 3298. It is preserved in British Railways guise with its final number 30587.
  13. ^ Boxhill was originally numbered 82 but this was later changed to 682. On transfer to the Southern railway this became 380S in their Service Stock series.
  14. ^ Gladstone was originally numbered 214 but was renumbered 618. Upon transfer to the Southern Railway this became B618.
  15. ^ Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 1008 was numbered 10621 by the London Midland and Scottish Railway, and 50621 by British Railways.
  16. ^ Hardwicke was London North Western Railway 790 and then London Midland and Scottish Railway 5031.
  17. ^ London and South Western Railway 563 was numbered E563 by the Southern Railway and 30563 by British Railways.
  18. ^ Only the tender of Stirling Single 1002 survives.
  19. ^ T26 Class 490 was built for the Great Eastern Railway. The London and North Eastern Railway gave it the number 7490 in 1923 but later changed this to 2785, so for British Railways it was number 62785.
  20. ^ M7 Class 245 was numbered E245 by the Southern Railway but later reverted to plain 245; under British Railways ownership it carried number 30245.
  21. ^ Taff Vale Railway number 28 became 450 in Great Western Railway ownership.
  22. ^ Henry Oakley was renumbered 3990 by the London and North Eastern Railway.
  23. ^ Midland Railway 673 had earlier carried number 118.
  24. ^ Great Northern Railway 1247 became 4247 under London and North Eastern Railway ownership. This was later changed to 8846 so it became British Railway's 68846.
  25. ^ T9 number 120 became Southern Railway's E120 before reverting to 120. For British Railways it was renumbered 30120.
  26. ^ South Eastern and Chatham Railway 737 became Southern Railway A737 before renumbering to 1737. Under British Railways it was number 31737.
  27. ^ Midland Railway 1000 was originally numbered 2361. Under British Railways it was number 41000.
  28. ^ Midland Railway 1000 was rebuilt in 1914.
  29. ^ Great Northern Railway 251 became London and North Eastern Railway 3251 before renumbering to 2800.
  30. ^ City of Truro carried number 3717 for a time.
  31. ^ Great Eastern Railway 877 became London and North Eastern Railway 7087 before renumbering to 8633. Under British Railways it was number 68633.
  32. ^ Great Eastern Railway 1217 became London and North Eastern Railway 8217 before renumbering to 5567. Under British Railways it was number 65567.
  33. ^ 80 Thundersley became Midland Railway 2177. It retained this number with the London Midland and Scottish Railway but was later renumbered to 2148. Under British Railways it was number 41966.
  34. ^ 63601 was originally Great Central Railway 102. It became London and North Eastern Railway 5102 before renumbering to 3509.
  35. ^ North Eastern Railway 901 retained its number with the London and North Eastern Railway for many years but was eventually renumbered as 3460. Under British Railways it was number 63460.
  36. ^ Butler Henderson became London and North Eastern Railway 5506 before being renumbered as 2660. Under British Railways it was number 62660.
  37. ^ 49395 was originally London and North Western Railway 485, later Midland Railway 9395.
  38. ^ North Staffordshire Railway number 2 was later London Midland and Scottish Railway number 2271. It was then sold to Manchester Collieries where it was their number 2.
  39. ^ Flying Scotsman was originally numbered 4472 but later carried the numbers 502 then 103. British Railways numbered it 60103.
  40. ^ LMS 4027 was numbered 44027 by British Railways.
  41. ^ Sir lamiel was numbered 30777 by British Railways.
  42. ^ LMS 13000 was later numbered 2700 and then in British Railways ownership it became 42700.
  43. ^ Lord nelson was numbered 30850 by British Railways.
  44. ^ Cheltenham was numbered 30925 by British Railways.
  45. ^ LMS 2500 was numbered 42500 by British Railways.
  46. ^ Chinese Government Railways KF7 was renumbered 607.
  47. ^ LMS 5000 was numbered 45000 by British Railways.
  48. ^ Green Arrow was originally numbered 4771 but later carried number 800 before becoming British Railways' 60800.
  49. ^ Mallard was originally number 4468 but was renumbered as 22 before becoming British Railways' 60022.
  50. ^ Duchess of Hamilton was numbered 46229 by British Railways.
  51. ^ The Q1 Class 0-6-0 carried the number C1 when built but was numbered 33001 by British Railways.
  52. ^ 0-6-0ST King Feisal of Iraq is currently at the Flour Mills Workshops in Bream, Gloucestershire for overhaul.
  53. ^ Sir Winston Churchill was numbered 21C151 by the Southern Railway and 34051 by British Railways.
  54. ^ Ellerman Lines was built by British Railways to an earlier Southern Railway design. It has been sectioned to show its construction.
  55. ^ The Barclay fireless locomotive was owned by Imperial Paper Mills.
  56. ^ Frank Galbraith was owned by the Teesside Bridge and Engineering Company.
  57. ^ The South African Railways Class 7A carries its SAR number 993, but when built for the Cape Government Railways it was numbered 390.
  58. ^ The South Devon Railway was absorbed by the Great Western Railway in 1876 and Tiny was then allocated number 2180.
  59. ^ The North Star replica includes some parts from 1837 original.
  60. ^ Iron Duke is a replica of a GWR locomotive built in 1847.
  61. ^ Southern Railway 75S was numbered DS75 by British railways.
  62. ^ Northern eastern electric locomotive number 1 was renumbered 4075 and then 6480 by the London and North Eastern railway. Under British Railways numbering it carried 26500.
  63. ^ North Staffordshire Railway battery electric locomotive number 1 later carried British Railways number BEL2.
  64. ^ Locomotive E26020 later carried the TOPS number 76020.
  65. ^ Locomotive E5001 later carried the TOPS number 71001.
  66. ^ Locomotive 84001 originally carried the number E3036.
  67. ^ The Glasgow tram car is in the Science Museum store at Wroughton
  68. ^ The Llandudno tramcar was later used at Bournemouth.
  69. ^ The Llandudno tram car is in the Museum of Electricity, Christchurch, Dorset.
  70. ^ Diesel shunter 13079 was renumbered D3079 but later carried TOPS number 08064.
  71. ^ Diesel shunter 08911 was originally numbered D4141.
  72. ^ D8000 later carried TOPS number 20050.
  73. ^ D5500 later carried TOPS number 31018.
  74. ^ D200 later carried TOPS number 40122.
  75. ^ D2090 later carried TOPS number 03090.
  76. ^ D6535 was converted to a Class 33/1 in 1967 and later carried the TOPS number 33116.
  77. ^ D6700 later carried TOPS number 37119 until modified to Class 37/3 when it became 37350.
  78. ^ D9002 later carried TOPS number 55002.
  79. ^ Class 47 locomotive number D1656 became 47072 in 1974 after the TOPS numbering system came into use. Its steam heating boiler was replaced by electric train heating in 1984 and therefore renumbered 47609. The following year it was given the name Fire Fly to commemorate an historic Great Western Railway steam locomotive and was further renmubered to 47834 in 1989. In 1995 it was renumbered once more to 47798 and the name changed to Prince William; it was also repainted in plum colour as one of the locomotives allocated to pull the British Royal Train.
  80. ^ 41001 was one of the two power cars of the prototype High Speed Diesel Train which, as a complete train, carried the number 252001. It carried car number 43000 and later ADB975812 when no longer in revenue service.
  81. ^ Simplex 2275 worked at Knostrop Sewage Works but was originally built for the War Department Light Railways.
  82. ^ Ruston Hornsby 187105 was used by the Yorkshire water Authority at Naburn Sewage Works.
  83. ^ Number 14 was operated by the National Coal Board at Ellington Colliery, Northumberland.
  84. ^ Number 9 was operated by the National Coal Board at Ellington Colliery, Northumberland.

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  65. ^ "Steam locomotive, named Cheltenham". Our collection. National Railway Museum. Retrieved 2011-07-29. 
  66. ^ "Steam locomotive, number 2500". Our collection. National Railway Museum. Retrieved 2011-07-29. 
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  75. ^ "Steam Locomotive, named Winston Churchill". Our collection. National Railway Museum. Retrieved 2013-08-07. 
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  78. ^ "Steam locomotive, named Oliver Cromwell". Our collection. National Railway Museum. Retrieved 2011-07-29. 
  79. ^ "Fireless locomotive, named Imperial". Our collection. National Railway Museum. Retrieved 2011-07-29. 
  80. ^ "Steam locomotive, entitled Frank Galbraith". Our collection. National Railway Museum. Retrieved 2013-01-28. 
  81. ^ "Steam locomotive, entitled Evening Star". Our collection. National Railway Museum. Retrieved 2013-01-28. 
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