List of Peckett and Sons railway locomotives

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List of Peckett and Sons railway locomotives, plus those from Fox Walker, both built at the Atlas Engine Works, Bristol.[1]

Despite hard work and poor maintenance, the engines were long-lasting, and many Peckett locomotives survive working on today's heritage railways. The oldest surviving Fox Walker locomotive is "Karlskoga", an 0-6-0ST of 1873 and the first locomotive of the Nora Bergslags Railway in Sweden. It was steamed at Nora, Sweden in 1982.[2]

List of Fox, Walker & Company and Peckett & Sons locomotives
Works
No.
Name Out-
shipped
Type Formation Gauge Status Location Notes
Fox, Walker and Company (1864–1880)
1868 4-4-0 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped
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Built for the Windsor and Annapolis Railway, Canada

Karlskoga 1873 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Nora, Sweden The oldest surviving Fox Walker locomotive. Steamed in 1982.[2]
216 1874 0-4-0T 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped One of a batch of three "J" class well tanks built for the Nunnery Colliery. Loaned to the Lidgett Colliery in 1890[3]
217 "Cordoba" 1874 2-4-0 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1895 Cordoba and Tucuman Railway
223 Avellaneda 0-4-2 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) Preserved Railway museum, Tucuman, Argentina Cordoba and Tucuman Railway No.7 "Avellaneda"[4]
230–238 0‑6‑0 1,000 mm Scrapped Late 1920s Batch of nine for the Cordoba and Tucuman Railway, renumbered 11–19, and named: Belgrano, Progreso, Rioja, Jujuy, San Juan, Salta, Santa Fe, Santiago, Catamarca[4]
242 1874 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved M Shed Built for Nixon's Navigation Colliery, Merthyr Tydfil, where she worked all her life. Owned by Bristol City Council, Undergoing long-term restoration
254–258 1874–75 J 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway Nos. 1–5. Numerous rebuilds and conversions, e.g.: No.1 converted to 0-6-0 tender loco in 1888, reconverted to saddle tank 1908. Four more in 1876 (Nos.320–323)[5]
266 1875 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Cannock & Rugeley Colliery Co to work the Canock Chase Railway. Sold 1927 to Holditch Mines, Chesterton, Staffordshire[6]
271 1875 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped by September 1935 Built for the Whitland and Cardigan Railway, to the Great Western Railway in 1886, to Bute Works Supply Company, to East Kent Light Railway (No. 1) in 1911. Withdrawn in the 1930s.
279 1875 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped by September 1935 Built for the Llanelly and Mynydd Mawr Railway (Seymour Clarke), to the Great Western Railway in 1923, (No. 969 allocated, but never carried). Withdrawn 1925.[7]
283 1875 T 0-6-0T 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Nunnery Colliery Co Ltd, Sheffield[8]
284 1875 HP 0-6-0T 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped First loco built with the patented Handyside's Steep Gradient Apparatus[8]
314 5 October 1875 HP 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Modified from an earlier 0-4-0T. Built with the patented Handyside's Steep Gradient Apparatus[8]
315–316 5 October 1875 HP 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built with the patented Handyside's Steep Gradient Apparatus[8]
318 1876 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Cannock & Rugeley Colliery Co to work the Canock Chase Railway[6]
320–323 1876 J 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway Nos. 6–9 built 1876. Follow on to 254–258. Numerous rebuilds and conversions, e.g.: No.8 converted to side tank in 1888, converted to 0-6-0 tender loco in 1908.[5]
1876 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Coalpit Heath Colliery
338–339 1877 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Two locomotives built for the Great Yarmouth and Stalham Light Railway. Retained when the Eastern and Midlands Railway became the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway in 1893. In 1901, No. 15 Ormesby was sold and replaced by a new LNER Class J94. No. 16 Stalham entered LNER service in October 1936, but was withdrawn and scrapped in 1937[9]
340 1877 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Whitland and Cardigan Railway (No. 3), to Great Western Railway (No. 1387) in 1886. Rebuilt 1896; rebuilt again and renumbered 1331 in 1926. Withdrawn in 1950.[10]
352 1877 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1974
CGR Port Alfred Aid 0-4-0ST.jpg

Built for Port Alfred harbour, then stripped and buried post World War I. Dug up January 1960, remains sent to Port Elizabeth museum. Sold for scrap to Chicks Scrap Metals[11][12]

370 1878 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Cannock & Wimblebury Colliery Co to work the Canock Chase Railway. After company went into liquidation, was either sold or scrapped[6]
382 1878 131 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Acquired for the Lidgett Colliery from the Fair Oak Colliery at Rugeley, Staffordshire[3]
385 1877 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
Mangapps Railway Museum, Essex
Fox Walker 358 of 1877.JPG

Built for the Skinningrove Iron Company, where she worked her entire life. Moved to the Kent and East Sussex Railway in 1965. Presented to Dover Transport Museum in 1980, moved to Mangaps Farm Railway in 2003. Named "Minnie"[13]

399–404 1878 HPTE 2-4-2T 18 in (457 mm) Scrapped Batch of five trench engines, equipped with the Handyside's Steep Gradient Apparatus. Built for the Royal Engineers for use at Chatham School of Military Engineering[8]
405–407 1878 Z 2-6-0 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) Scrapped Batch of three locomotives for the Unino Minero Railway, Brazil. Named: 405 "Dombrigador"; 406 "Francisco Ferreira"; 407 "Colonel Rezendi." 3 ft 6½ in coupled wheels; 10 ft 0 in coupled wheelbase; tender carrying 1,000 gallons water and 50cwt of coal[4]
410 Margaret 1878 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved,
static exhibit
Scolton Manor, near Haverfordwest, Wales
Scolton Manor - The Railway Area - geograph.org.uk - 1257576.jpg

Constructed for the Narberth Road and Maenclochog Railway, then worked for the North Pembrokeshire and Fishguard Railway, the Great Western Railway (No. 1378), sold to the Gwendraeth Valleys Railway (No. 2) in 1911, back to GWR in 1923, but not allocated a number, as sold to the Kidwelly Tinplate Company the same year[14][15]

Peckett & Sons (1880–

1958)

421 19 January 1881 Semi-
portable
pumping
engine
Scrapped Built for the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron & Coal Co Ltd at Watchet, Somerset. Later used at Gupworthy New Mine, Somerset
428 1883 B1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped william gossage & sons, widnes
429 "magpie" 1883 S1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped built for Dowlais iron
431 "Edward" 1884 W3 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped built for Blaenavon Colliery
434 "Milfraen" 1884 B1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped built for Blaenavon Colliery
436 9 3 December 1884 W2 0-4-0T 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for the Crawshay Bros Ltd, Cyfarthfa Ironworks, Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Named "No.9"
439 1885 M3 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Daniel Edwards & Co, then passed to James Evans of Birmingham, contractor for the Parkgate to West Kirby extension of the LNWR/GWR joint line from Hooton opened on 19 April 1886. Taken over by Meakin and Dean, used on their Wirral Railway
442 1884 M3 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Holme & King, Sherwood Colliery, nottinghamshire
447
  • 10
  • Malcolm
23 March 1886 W2 0-4-0T 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Crawshay Bros Ltd, Cyfarthfa Ironworks, Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Named "No.10." Moved to Cwmbran Ironworks, Monmouth, renamed "Malcolm"
450–451 1886 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped A pair built for the Alexandra (Newport & South Wales) Docks & Railway Co. First loco withdrawn by GWR in 1926, second transferred to British Railways and was allocated to Newport Pill shed, withdrawn in December 1948 from Oswestry[16]
456 Ellesmere 1887 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped New to Thomas A. Walker for the construction of the Ellesmere Port section of the Manchester Ship Canal. Sold to Anglo-American Oil Company as Jack.[17]
464 1888 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped John Wadell & SOns, Llanelly
471 1890 B1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Foxholes Colliery, Swansea
474 1890 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Foxholes Colliery, Swansea
484 1890 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped William Williams & co, Upper Forest & Worcester tinplate, Glamorgan
489 1890 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for William Baird & Co., Twechar Coke Ovens & Collieries, Stirlingshire (No.14). Later transferred to Gartsherrie Ironworks, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, and sold to Port of London Authority (No.74) in 1943. [18]
492 1890 14in special 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped "Pioneer" Nevil Druce & co, Llanelly
498 1891 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Locket's Merthyr Collieries, Mardy Colliery, Glamorgan. Later sold to Burradon & Coxlodge Coal Co., Northumberland.[19]
501 1890 M3 0-4-0ST 2 ft 7 in (787 mm) Scrapped Neath Abbey, Glamorgan
503 Monarch 1892 M4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1952 George & R, Dewhurst paper mill, Bamberbridge, Lancashire, Cudworth & Johnson, Wrexham, Denbighshire. Later sold to Scottish Agricultural Industries, Leith, Edinburgh as Monarch. [20]
520 1891 R1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Millbrook iron and steel
521 1891 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped C. Rowland (contractor), Swansea Harbour. Sold in 1910 to Brppmhill Collieries, Northumberland, and resold in 1927 to Weardale Steel, Coal & Coke Co., County Durham.[21]
526 "laurence" 1893 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Avonmouth Docks, Bristol
562 1893 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Briton Ferry Steel
563 "Dodo" 1893 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Lougher colliey, Swansea
597 1895 R1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Cannock Lodge colliery
599 1895 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Christopher Rowlands, Prince of Wales dock
601 Bull 1895 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1958 Built for James Dunlop & Co. (later Colvilles), Hallside Colliery, Newton, Lanarkshire (No.1). Transferred to Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Glasgow circa 1920 and sold to Steel Company of Scotland, Hallside Works 1937.[22]
603 1894 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Astley & Tyldesley colliery & salt Company
614 Bear January 1896 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
Sittingbourne and Kemsley Light Railway
SKLR Bear.JPG

Built for James Dunlop & Co. (later Colvilles), Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Glasgow (No.2), transferred to Mossend Engineering Works 1941 (as No.3), retired in 1967.[23]

619 1896 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Tirpentwys black vein steam coal & coke
620 1896 B1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped James Tozer & sons, Siam State Railway
632 "Blea Tarn" 1896 M4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Lancaster Corporation water works, Blea Tarn reservoir construction. sold in 1901 to West Norfolk Farmers' Manure & Chemical Co-op, South Lynn. later to H.M. Greetland
633 1896 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Stone Crossing cement, Kent
634 1896 R1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped William Mousley, St Neots
642 1896 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Glasgow Iron & Steel Co., Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Wishaw Iron & Steel Works (No.18).[24]
643 1896 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1959 Built for William Baird & Co., Bothwell Park Colliery, Lanarkshire (No.16). Subsequently transferred to Twechar coke ovens/collieriesand then Gartsherrie Ironworks. Sold to Ministry of Munitions, National Filling Factory Rotherwas, Herefordshire in 1916. Sold to Fullwood Foundry, Mossend, Lanarkshire in 1924 (as No.2), then to Colvilles Clyde Iron Works, Glasgow (No.3) in 1937[25]
645 1897 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Glasgow Iron & Steel Co., Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Wishaw Iron & Steel Works, Lanarkshire. Sold to Llanelly Steel Co., Carmarthenshire in 1907.[24]
646 Sydney 1896 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped c.1918 Lever Brothers, Port Sunlight. Cheshire. Later sold to David Colville & Sons, Glengarnock Iron & Steel Works, Ayrshire as Sydney.[26]
654 Alexandria 1897 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Manchester Ship Canal; name replaced by number 11 c.1914. Sold to Esso at Trafford Park, August 1954. [27]
655 "Jaffa" 1897 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Manchester Ship Canal; name replaced by number 12 c.1914. Sold 1927. [27]
664 1897 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Metropolitan
668 1897 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Bolckow Vaughan & co, South Bank Steel
676 "Herbertson" 1897 R1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for A. Herbertson & Sons, Brunton & Black Pasture Quarries, Chollerton, Northumberland. Sold to British Thomson-Houston, Rugby, Warwickshire in 1911.[28]
678 "Gamecock" 1897 0-6-0ST 21 in (533 mm) Scrapped Charles Nelson & co lime works, Stockton
681 "Selsey" 1897 2-4-2 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Selsey Tramway
698 "Beatrice" 1897 B1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Price & Wills, Heysham Harbour
690 Filton 1896 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped c.1918 S. Pearson (contractor). Later sold to David Colville & Sons, Glengarnock Iron & Steel Works, Ayrshire as No.4 Filton.[26]
699 "Little Don" 1897 M4 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped Sheffield Corporation, Langsett Reservoir. sold to Swansea Corp in 1904 worked at Cray Reservoir. 197 went to Preston corp. 1911 to Macdonald & Deakin, Hurstwood Reservoir, Burnley. sold for scrap in 1920.
700 Atlantic 1898 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
Peckett 700 (7865084570).jpg
Named "Atlantic". Withdrawn by NCB at Seven Sisters Colliery, 1963
710 1898 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Lobnitz & Co. (Engineers & Shipbuilding), Renfrew.[29]
736 "Hilda" 1899 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Skinnigrove Iron
737 Daphne 1899 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
Ribble Steam Railway, Preston, Lancashire
738 1899 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped c.1937 Built for William Baird & Co., Twechar Coke Ovens & Collieries, Stirlingshire (No.17). Later transferred to Gartsherrie Ironworks, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire. [18]
741 Progress 1898 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped T. J. Harrison (Contractors), Liverpool. Sold c.1914 to Scottish Agricultural Industries, Leith, Edinburgh as Progress. [20]
747 Little Fell 1898 M4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Lancashire County Council (Waterworks Department) Later to F. Crossdale, Workington, Cumberland and resold in 1934 to Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Scotswood Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (as No.20 Little Fell).[30]
749 1898 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Garswood Coal & Iron Co, Wigan
750 1899 B1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped George Thomas & Co, Manchester for Nydqvist & Holme, Sweden
753 1898 0-6-0ST 2 ft (610 mm) Scrapped February 1939 Built for Westbury Iron Co Ltd, Wiltshire
759 1899 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped September 1960 Built for APCM Bevan’s Works, Northfleet. Acquired 1934 by Frindsbury Cement Works. Scrapped by A. Arnold of Chatham, September 1960[31]
763 1899 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for A. & J. Stewart & Menzies (later Stewarts & Lloyds), Phoenix Tube Works, Rutherglen, Lanarkshire. Subsequently sold to James Nimmo & Co., Redding Colliery, Polmont, Stirlingshire, and later to United Glass Bottle Manufacturers, St Helens, Lancashire.[32]
770 Croxley Mills April 1899 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1937 Orininally named "Croxley Mills," latterly worked for John Dickinson and Co, Hertfordshire
771 "Wouldham" 1899 M4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Portland Cement
784 Lee Moor Nº.2 1899 M4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 6 in (1,372 mm) Preserved South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh
Buckfastleigh Lee Moor No 2.JPG
Named "Lee Moor No.2" operated on the Lee Moor Tramway in Devon
786 1899 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for Swansea Docks, sold circa 1915 to Cannock & Rugeley Colliery Co to work the Canock Chase Railway[6]
1897 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1961 Built for the Metropolitan Railway, number No. 102, then London Transport No. L54
808 "Keneth" 1900 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Avonmouth docks, Bristol
810 Hercules 1900 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Designed for Ystalyfera Tin Works, named "Hercules." bought by British Railways in 1948 and attached to BR stock. Withdrawn 1954[33]
830 1900 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped United Alkali, Widnes
832 Loco D May 1900 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Originally "Loco D" of Huntley and Palmers, Reading. Ended life at New Cransley Iron and Steel, Kettering
842 Sherman 1900 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped H. Arnold & Son (Contractor), Doncaster. Sold to Scottish Freestone Quarries, Closeburn, Dumfriesshire as Sherman. Later to Blackwell Colliery Co., Shirland Colliery, Derbyshire.[34]
853 Clyde 1901 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1934 Built for James Dunlop & Co. (later Colvilles), Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Glasgow (No.5)[35]
854 Hallside 1901 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1945 Built for James Dunlop & Co. (later Colvilles), Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Glasgow (No.6)[35]
855 "Shelton" 1900 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped
856 2 October 1900 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped May, 1932 Worked at Lilleshall Co. Ltd, Telford, Shropshire
873 "Underbank" 1900 X 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped February, 1961 Worked at Eastwell Ironstone Company, Leics.
877 1901 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Crompton & Shawcross, Hindley
882 "Niclausse" 1902 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Williams & Robinson, Queensferry
889 "New Globe" 1901 M4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped New Globe cement, Greenhithe
Lord Roberts 1900 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Coalpit Heath Colliery
890 ' 1901 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped McAlpine (contractor), Glasgow. Subsequently sold to Thomas Ovens & Sons, Forth Chemical & Manure Works, Bo'ness, West Lothian.[36]
892 1902 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1937 Built for United Collieries Ltd. (No.4). Worked at Fauldhouse Colliery, Loganlea Colliery and Bathville Works in West Lothian.[37]
907 Valencia 1902 W4? 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Manchester Ship Canal; name replaced by number 25 c.1914.[38]
917 January 1902 R1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Chasewater Railway, Staffordshire Worked at Albright and Wilson, Oldbury, Worcestershire from 1930 until 1978, then sold into preservation
918 "Jurassic" 1901 0-6-0ST 21 in (533 mm) Preserved built for Charles Nelson & co lime works, Stockton. currently at Lincolshire Coast Light railway
920 "George Jennings" 1902 W4 0-4-0 4 ft 8 12 in George Jennings Pottery, Dorset
923 1901 15in 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Powlseland & Mason. later GWR 1151
925 1901 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in New Globe cement
931 1902 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1950 Built for United Collieries Ltd. (No.5), later passing to National Coal Board. Worked at Bredisholm Colliery/Wagon Works, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.[39]
932 1903 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1958 Built for Langloan Iron & Chemical Co., Coatbridge, Lanarkshire. Works and locomotive sold in 1938 to Thos W Ward, Langloan Wagon Repair Depot.[40]
933 Henry Cort 1903 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Foxfield Light Railway, Staffordshire One of a pair built for Ebbw Vale Steelworks. Moved in 1954 by owners Richard Thomas & Baldwins to their Blisworth ironstone quarry, it then moved to Irthlingborough quarry in July 1957. When the quarries closed on 30 September 1965, the owners offered it to the Foxfield Railway. Moved there in February 1967, "Henry Cort" became the first locomotive to move on the line under preservation [41]
934 Musket 1903 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped One of a pair built for Ebbw Vale Steelworks to sister 933.[41]
945 "Ormerod" 1901 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Gorpley Reservoir, Tordorden
947 20 April 1903 M4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Stirchley Iron Co Ltd, Stirchley, near Dawley, Salop. After return to Peckett in 1902, it was sold to Foster & Dicksee, contractors for the Horton Estate Light Railway. Later sold to the Portland Cement Company, Rugby[42]
950 1902 R1 0-4-0 4 ft 8 12 in Bryngwyn Steel Company, Glamorgan
951 1902 0-6-0 4 ft 8 12 in Wharncliffe Woodmoor colliery
958 "Queen" 1902 X 0-6-0 4 ft 8 12 in Derwent Valley water board
959 1902 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped Built for the Swansea Corporation Water Works, Cray Reservoir
974 John 1904 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1959 Bedlington Coal Co., Northumberland. Passed to National Coal Board in 1947 and used at Bedlington and Choppington collieries.[43]
977 1904 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1930 Built for Ayr Harbour Trustees, Ayrshire. In 1919 the harbour was purchased by the Glasgow and South Western Railway and the locomotive became G&SWR No. 735, passing to the London, Midland and Scottish Railway in 1923 as No. 16043.[40]
989 1903 B1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1959 Built for Netherton Coal Co., Northumberland (No.1). Passed to National Coal Board in 1947 and used at Netherton, Choppington and Bedlington collieries.[44]
991 "Ansley Hall" 1905 0-4-0 4 ft 8 12 in Built for Ansley colliery. moved to Arley Colliery. 1950. then Binley Colliery 1960
1000 "Bessemer" 1903 E 0-4-0 4 ft 8 12 in Ebbw Vale Steel Iron & Coal
1002 1903 0-4-0T 3 ft Scrapped Built for the Commercial Gas Company, Poplar, London
1003 1903 0-4-0T 3 ft Scrapped Built for Fisher & Le Fanu, contractors for Goolds Cross and Cashel Railway
1011 Beaufort 1903 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for the Ebbw Vale Company, Monmouthshire, Wales
1015 1904 Q 0-6-0T 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Ebbw Vale steel
1021 "Oakhill" 1904 0-4-0T 2 ft 6 in Scrapped Oakhill Brewery, Somerset
1024 1905 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Nobel Explosives, Ardeer, Ayrshire (No.2). Sold to Joseph Harris, Brayton Colliery, Aspatria, Cumbria in 1927.[45]
1026 1902 0-4-0T 3 ft (914 mm) Preserved Giant's Causeway and Bushmills Railway, Northern Ireland
Giant's Causeway engines.JPG

Built for the British Aluminium Company, Larne, as their No. 1. Withdrawn 1960, preserved at the Shanes Castle Railway, where it was named "Tyrone."

1029 1904 959 0-4-0T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved SAB plc, Ohlssons Brewery, South Africa
Peckett and sons 1029.jpg

Built for Ohlssons Brewery, Mariendahl (Newlands), near Cape Town

1030 1904 0-4-0ST 2 ft (610 mm) Scrapped Built for Mendip Granite & Asphalt Co Ltd for use at their Cranmore Quarry, Shepton Mallet
1037 1905 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Guest Keen & Nettlefolds, Newport
1041 Lord Salisbury 1906 X 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1965 Built for Coalpit Heath Colliery, then Norton Hill Colliery, later worked all over the North Somerset Coalfield
1051 Trimsaran 1905 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Trimsaran colliery
1053 1906 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Swansea Harbour. then GWR 929
1054 September 1907 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped powlesland & Mason No11. then GWR 927
1055 "Beaufort" 1905 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Beaufort works, Morriston, Glamorgan
1057 1905 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Yorkshire Iron No 7, Ardsley. sold to English Sugar Beet
1060 1905 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Dillwyn & Co zinc works, Sawnsea
1907 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in
GWR (Powlesland & Mason) 0-4-0ST No. 1152 at Danygraig.jpg

Built for Powlesland and Mason, railway shunting contractors for Swansea Docks, it was their No.12. Absorbed by the GWR in 1921, it became No.1152

1067 Nancy 1905 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped The Peckett & Sons works shunter
1068 "Hesketh" 1905 C 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Madeley Coal Coke & Brick, staffordshire
1069 0-4-0ST 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Jeff Daly Collection, Melbourne, Australia Built the Mount Morgan Gold Mining Co., Australia. Moved to Mount Isa mine, withdrawn 1955. On display plinth at St Joseph's Convent School, Mount Isa
1069 1905 0-4-0ST 3 ft 6 in Scrapped Mount Morgan, Australia
1070 Victoria 1906 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Ebbw Vale steel
1080 "Progress" 1907 W5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped A.J.Keeble, Grafton, Wiltshire
1083 1906 F 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped seaham Harbour
1084 1906 W4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Netherton Colliery, Northumnerland
1085 Gabriel 1905 4-4-0T 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped 1936 Built for Schull and Skibbereen Railway, County Cork, Ireland (No.1). Subsequently passed to Great Southern Railways (No. 1S).
1086 "Hualaycha" 1906 0-4-0ST 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) Preserved Guaqui Workshops, Bolivia FCG #5 "Hualaycha"[46]
1094 1906 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1965 Built for Netherton Coal Co., Northumberland (No.2). Passed to National Coal Board in 1947 and used at Netherton Colliery.[47]
1096 1906 0-4-0ST 750 mm (2 ft 5 12 in) Luchana Mining Company, Spain
1097 1906 0-4-0T 3 ft (914 mm) Preserved Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra, Belfast,
"Peckett & Sons, Cultra - geograph.org.uk - 2760679.jpg

Built for the British Aluminium Company, Larne as their No. 2. Withdrawn 1956.

1098 1907 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped c.1940 Acquired by New Cumnock Collieries, Ayrshire in 1930 (as No.5).[48]
1105 June 1906 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped 1960 Built for Swansea Harbour Trust (No.12), passing to Great Western Railway (No.1968) and British Railways (renumbered 1143 in February 1949). Withdrawn in November 1960 from Shrewsbury, Clee Hill sub-shed[49]
1107 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for coal mine shunting, scrapped at NCB Harrington Colliery
1129 1907 0-4-2 2 ft 9 in E.Fuhrmann Clarke, Iquique, Chile
1134 "Hutton Hall" 1907 Q 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Cleator & Workington Junction, Cumberland. later LMS 11566
1142 1908 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1954 Grovesend Steel & Tinplate Co., Gorseinon Works, Glamorganshire. Sold to Fullwood Foundry, Mossend, Lanarkshire in 1920 (as Fullwood No.3). To Steel Company of Scotland, Hallside Works, Lanarkshire in 1952.[50]
1148 "Dorothy" 1907 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Abram Colliery
1151 1907 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Powlesland & Mason
1157 1907 0-4-0ST 2 ft 6 in E.Fuhrmann Clarke, Iquique, Chile
1159 August 1908 R1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Buckinghamshire Railway Centre Built for Yates Duxbury paper mills, Bury, Lancashire [51]
1161 1908 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1953 Built for Seaton Burn Coal Co., Northumberland (No.3), passing with business to Hartley Main Collieries in 1938 and thence to National Coal Board in 1947. Used at Killingworth NCB engine shed.[52]
1162 George 1908 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1955 Built for North Walbottle Coal Co., Northumberland, passing to National Coal Board in 1947. Used at North Walbottle Colliery.[53]
1163 Whitehead December 1908 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Midland Railway, Butterley
1163 Whitehead at Swanwick - geograph.org.uk - 1426254.jpg
1173 1908 W2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
Peckett 1173 (8398938059).jpg

Worked at the NCB Mountain Colliery, Grovesend

1174 1908 R1 0-4-0ST 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Jeff Daly Collection, Melbourne, Australia Built the Mount Morgan Gold Mining Co., Australia. Moved to Mount Isa mine, withdrawn 1955. On display plinth at St Joseph's Convent School, Mount Isa
1179 1912 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Powlesland & Mason. then GWR 935
1180 1912 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Built for Charlaw & Sacriston Collieries Co Ltd, County Durham
1188 "Delia" 1908 G 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Moss Hall, Wigan
1189 1908 M4 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) P.J.Kinlen, Roundwood Reservoir, Ireland
1196 1912 OY 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) "Sandal" Dyffryn steel
1197 1909 Yorktown 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Yorktown & Blackwater gas company, Surrey
1203 The Earl 1910 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
Peckett 1203 (8399053031).jpg

Built for Deep Duffryn Colliery, Mountain Ash, South Wales. Named "The Earl"[54]

1204 Daisy 1910 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped No. 70228 named "Daisy," out of use on the Longmoor Military Railway by 1947[55]
1207 "Crookall" 1909 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) scrapped Fylde water board, Grizedale Lea reservoir. transferred to Stocks reservoir in c.1921 sold in 1932 to J. Thorp & sons, Derby who then resold it 2 months later to Derby Corporation and used during the Riverlands Scheme. 1934 went to H. Potter & Co, Nottingham
1209 "Sapper" 1910 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Nevill Druce & Co, Llanelly
1213 1914 0-4-0ST 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Pukemiro colliery, New Zealand
1217 1910 0-4-0 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Scrapped Built for Butler Bros Ltd, New Zealand. Later converted to a diesel
1242 1911 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Manvers Main Colliery, Yorkshire
1244 "Mackenzie" 1910 FA 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Bristol Corporation Docks, Avonmouth
1257 "Uppingham" November 1912 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Rutland Railway Museum Oldest surviving steam locomotive from a Rutland ironstone quarry. Delivered to James Pain's quarries, also had sisters "Ironstone" and "Overton," named "Uppingham" after the quarry it was allocated to. After quarry closure, transferred to Market Overton. Transferred in 1947 to the Stanton Ironworks Co. at Wirksworth, Derbyshire. Preserved from 1974 [56]
1270 "Triassic" 1912 0-6-0ST 2 ft (610 mm) preserved Southam cement. Statfold Barn Railway
1271 "Bristowe Hall" 1911 Y 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Workington steel
1282 1912 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped 1951 Built for Swansea Harbour Trust (No.15), passing to Great Western Railway (No.1085) and British Railways (renumbered 1146 in March 1949). Withdrawn and scrapped January 1951 at Swansea East Dock shed.[57]
1283 1913 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1962 Built for Ashington Coal Co., Northumberland (No.11), passing to National Coal Board in 1947. Used at Ashington, Broomhill and Pegswood collieries.[58]
1244 "Hokitika" 1912 0-6-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) built for John Lysaght steel, Scunthorpe. rebuilt in 1913 to metre gauge renamed "Jean" Sarawak Government Railway
1285 1925 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Greenwich gas works
1287 Fola 1912 SX12 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Worked at the Tunnel Cement works, Purfleet, Essex.
1288 "Holwell No 5" 1912 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Holwell ironstone
1302 1913 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped 1951 Built for Swansea Harbour Trust (No.16), passing to Great Western Railway (No.1086) and British Railways (renumbered 1147 in March 1949). Withdrawn April 1951 from Swansea Danygraig shed.[57]
1312 1914 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Pukemiro colliery, New Zealand
1314 "Stanley" 1914 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Portland cement, Wouldham
1315 "Lamport" 1914 0-6-0ST 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) scrapped Scaldwell ironstone
1316 Scaldwell 1913 0-6-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Preserved,
static exhibit
Southwold Railway Trust, Suffolk[59] Built for the Staveley Coal and Iron Company's Scaldwell Tramway, Northampton
1318 Anglo-Dane April 1913 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Worked at the Tunnel Cement works, Purfleet, Essex. Named "Anglo-Dane"
1326 1915 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped c.1968 War Department, Hilsea, Hampshire. Sold c.1954 to Thos W Ward, Langloan Wagon Repair Depot, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire (as No.4).[60]
1327 Mesozoic 1913 0-6-0ST 2 ft (610 mm) Preserved Bromyard and Linton railway built for Southam Cement Non-operational[61]
1328 1913 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Powlesland & Mason. then GWR 696
1335 1913 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1962 Built for Ashington Coal Co., Northumberland (No.12), passing to National Coal Board in 1947. Used at Ashington and Pegswood collieries.[58]
1340 "Millgrove" 1919 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Cleator & Workington Junction. then LMS 11567
1351 Lion 1915 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, Grimsby Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London. Sold in 1950 to Wallsend Slipway & Engineering, Northumberland. Converted to oil burning in 1959.[62]
1354 1915 OX 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Gwaun Cae Gurwen colliery, Glamorgan
1356 Conciliation, later Kent 1914 4-4-0T 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped 1953 Built for Schull and Skibbereen Railway, County Cork, Ireland (No.3). Subsequently passed to Great Southern Railways (No. 3S).
1362 "Bulan" 1914 4-4-0 1,000 mm Sawarak Government railway
1370 1915 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Beamish Museum
Peckett & Sons ‘R2’ class 0-4-0ST locomotive works number 1370 of 1915.jpg

Yates Duxbury & Sons Ltd, Papermill at Heap Bridge, Bury. Privately owned and usually based at East Lancashire Railway. Currently (2019) on loan to Beamish Museum.

1375 1914 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for J.R Wood and Company, Southampton
1376 BAC Nº.1 1915 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Caledonian Railway, Brechin Built for British Aluminium Co., Burntisland, Fife[63]
1378 1914 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Northampton & Lamport Railway
Industrial tank engine Westminster at the Kent and East Sussex railway.jpg

Built for a War Office order. Delivered to Sir John Jackson on 6 November 1914 for use on the Larkhill Military Railway. Moved to Fovant Military Railway on Salisbury Plain. After end of World War I, sold to Associated Portland Cement and sent to their Houghton Regis, Dunstable site, then moved to APC’s Shipton-on-Cherwell site. Ended working life as APC’s No5 at Kiddlington Works, Oxfordshire. Sold in 1972 and preserved at the Kent and East Sussex Railway, then found on a piece of track at the former East Tisted, Hampshire. Moved to Northampton in 1998[64]

1380 "Perseverance" 1914 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in H.Crowshaw & Co, Lightfoot colliery
1384 1914 0-4-0ST 2 ft (610 mm) Scrapped One of a batch of four later locomotives, a follow on order from four 1907 examples, built for Manchester Corporation Rivers Department for their Davyhulme Sewage Works
1390 Avon 1915 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1973 Imperial Chemical Industries Witton, Birmingham and Bilston, Staffordshire. Sold to W. H. Arnott Young & Co. (Shipbreakers) in 1956 and used in Old Kilpatrick and latterly Dalmuir scrapyards in Dunbartonshire.[65]
1397 1915 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Swansea Harbour No 17. then GWR 977
1402 "Progress" 1915 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Desborough Co-op, Northamptonshire
1406 1915 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped 1958 Built for David Colville & Sons, Dalzell Iron & Steel Works, Motherwell, Lanarkshire (No.21).[66]
1424 1916 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for the Melingriffith Tin Plate Works, Whitchurch, Cardiff
1426 November 1916 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Swansea Museum's Llandore Collections Centre Built for the South Wales Coalfield, worked at Brynlliw Colliery[67]
1430 "Adam" 1916 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Ministry of Munitions, Chilwell shell factory
1437 1916 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1958 Built for John Williams & Co, Excelsior Iron & Steel Works, Wishaw, Lanarkshire (No.3)[68]
1438 1912 W5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Appleby Frodingham Railway
AFRPS Appleby shed - 2009-08-08.jpg
1449 1916 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Powlesland & Mason. then GWR779
1450 Monkland 1916 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1951 Built for James Dunlop & Co. (later Colvilles), Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Glasgow (No.11)[35]
1454 "Birley No 5" 1916 W5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Sheffield Coal Company, Beighton colliery
1456 "Margot" 1918 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Bloxham & Whiston Ironstone Company, Oxfordshire
1461 "Broomhill" 1917 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Stephens & Co Brick, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire
1464 1917 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Royal Arsenal, Woolwich
1465 1917 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
Ebbw Vale Steelworks 2 Peckett 1465 & 1524 (5582093744).jpg

Built for Hafodyrynys Colliery, Pontypool, South Wales. Named "Sir Charles Allen". For later history see 1524[69]

1468 1917 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1951 United Alkali Co., Allhusen Works, Gateshead, County Durham. Later sold to Edward Collins & Sons, Kelvindale Paper Mills, Glasgow.[70]
1474-1475 1917 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1965 & 1959 Built for David Colville & Sons, Dalzell Iron & Steel Works, Motherwell, Lanarkshire (Nos. 29 & 30)[71]
1477 1917 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped North British Locomotive Company, Hyde Park Works, Glasgow[72]
1480 1918 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Ruston Proctor, lincoln
1498 1914 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in United Steel, Cottesmore
1505 "Whitby" 1918 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Harbury cement
1506 1918 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Yorkshire Iron no 8, Ardsley. solde to George Hodsman & sons
1512 Gavell 1918 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for William Baird & Co., Twechar Coke Ovens & Collieries, Stirlingshire (No.2). Later transferred to Gartsherrie Ironworks, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, and sold to Eccles Slag Co., Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire in 1937. [18]
1519 "Victory" 1919 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Houghton Main colliery, Barnsley
1522 October 1918 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1959 Built for Swansea Harbour Trust (No.18), passing to Great Western Railway (No.1098) and British Railways (renumbered 1145 in February 1949). Withdrawn in July 1959 from Danygraig shed[49]
1524 1919 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
Ebbw Vale Steelworks 2 Peckett 1465 & 1524 (5582093744).jpg

Unusual history. Built as 0-4-0ST No.1524 of 1919. In 1967 rebuild, retaining chassis but using parts from: Ebbw Vale Steelworks 1907 0-4-0ST Works No.2 (Originally Richard, Thomas and Baldwin No.31 "Sir Charles Allen") which had been a rebuild using parts (e.g. the saddle tank) from Peckett 14" 0-4-0ST No.1465 of 1917 (RTB No.22 "Nasmyth"). Last worked at Glyntillery Colliery, Hafodyrynys, Pontypool circa 1970

1525 Fullarton 1919 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1933 Built for James Dunlop & Co. (later Colvilles), Clyde Iron Works, Tollcross, Glasgow (No.12)[35]
1538 1919 E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1963 Built for Singer Manufacturing Company, Clydebank, Dunbartonshire. Sold to Coltness Iron Co., Newmains, Lanarkshire in 1962 but resold for scrap in 1963[73]
1547 April 1919 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibity
Midland Railway, Swanwick Junction
Victory at Swanwick.jpg

"Victory" Delivered to M & W Grazebrook Ltd., Netherton Colliery & Furnaces, Staffordshire. Then sold to British Celanese, Spondon. Preserved at the Derby Industrial Museum from the early 1970s[74][75]

1548 1920 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1954 Built for Culter Paper Mills, Peterculter, Aberdeenshire[76]
1555 March 1920 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved
Ivor the Engine at the Battlefield Line Railway August 2007.jpg

Now disguised as "Ivor the Engine"[77]

1556 1920 E 0-4-0ST 5 ft 3 in Scrapped Bandon Distillery Sold to Great Southern Railways (no. 495) in 1930 after closure of distillery; to Córas Iompair Éireann in 1945, withdrawn 1949
1560 "Edith" 1920 OY 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Bengal Iron Company, India
1565 Sir John Wyndham Beynon E 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Hafodyrynys Colliery, Pontypool, South Wales.[69]
1567 1920 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Foxfield Light Railway, Staffordshire Built for Ackton Hall Colliery and named "Ackton Hall No.3"[78]
1579 Pectin April 1921 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Yeovil Railway Centre, Somerset
Turntable at Yeovil Junction station.jpg

Built for British Aluminium Co., Burntisland, Fife (as BAC No.2).[63] Subsequently preserved at the Bulmers Cider Railway Museum, Hereford, where it acquired the apple-related name Pectin

1585 1922 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for brewery of Truman, Hanbury and Buxton, Burton upon Trent
1611 1923 W5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
in parts
Delivered to Courtaulds, Coventry, subsequently sold to Albright and Wilson, Portishead. Sold by the Swanage Railway in January 2009, for £5,800 on eBay.[79] Observed at site of Beal station Northumberland on 26 October 2011.
1616 1923 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1959 G. Cohen, Sons & Co. (contractors). To Port of Tyne Authority in 1938 (as No.4) and used at Albert Edward Dock, Northumberland and Tyne Dock, County Durham.[80]
1628 Bella 1923 W5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1968 Built for the Co-operative Wholesale Society, Whittle Colliery, Northumberland, passing to National Coal Board in 1947.[81]
1630 1923 0-6-0T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Pukemiro Line, New Zealand Built for Pukemiro Colliery, Rotowaro, New Zealand[82]
1631 May 1923 1287 0-4-0T 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Kent and East Sussex Railway
CFBS Steam Gala DSC 0026 (8691240195).jpg

Built for Constable's Matlock Quarries, Derbyshire. Sold to Marcus Bain, Ballochmyle Quarry, Mauchline, Ayrshire circa 1932.[83] Sold to Hardman & Holden Ltd, Salford, Greater Manchester in 1931, named "No.12 Marcia." Donated to K&ESR upon withdrawal in 1962[84]

1632 "Liassic" 1923 0-6-0ST 2 ft preserved built for Southam Cement. currently at Statfold Barn, Tamworth
1636 Fonmon 1924 B2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Ribble Steam Railway
Peckett 0-6-0ST 1636 Fonmon at Spa Valley Railway.jpg

Built for Aberthaw & Bristol Channel Portland Cement Co Ltd, it worked at their cement works and the Turners Asbestos Works in Rhoose, South Wales.Preserved at the Avon Valley Railway, nr Bristol in the 1970s, where it worked until expiry of its boiler certificate in 1990.[85] Operated on the Spa Valley Railway until it's boiler certificate expired in 2009. Moved to the Ribble Steam Railway in 2016.

1638 1923 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Worked in Southampton Docks
1645 1924 0-6-0ST 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Stored in poor condition, pending restoration. Bay of Islands Vintage Railway Built for Glen Afton Coal Co, 1924–1958. Static display Huntly West playground 1960–1978. Private ownership 1978–1989.
1651 1924 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in South Yorkshire Chemical, Rotherham
1662 19 May 1924 OX1 0-6-0-ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped The first of three ordered by the Warwickshire Coal Company for the Coventry Colliery, it became Coventry No.2. Refurbished at Andrew Barclay in 1963, it then worked at Arley Colliery, before returning to the Coventry Colliery in September 1968. Scrapped onsite by Thos W Ward the following year[86]
1664 June 1924 R2 0-4-2T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Whangarei Steam and Model Railway Club, Northland, New Zealand One of three 0-4-2T's built for Wilsons (NZ) Portland Cement Ltd. (now Golden Bay Cement Co. Ltd.), for use at their Portland Cement Works south of Whangarei. Bought by WS&MRC in 1990[87]
1666 1924 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped June 1970 Built for George Skey & Co. Ltd., Tame Valley Colliery, Brick & Tile Works near Wilencote, Staffordshire. Moved to Hawfield Brick & Pipe Works, Swadlincote in 1931. In October 1953, moved to J. C. Staton & Co Ltd of Tutbury, where it was scrapped in 1970
1671 "Fylde" 1924 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) scrapped Fylde Water Board, Stocks Reservoir. went to Derby Corp 1932 and H.Potter, Nottingham 1934 same as 1207 "Crookall". Later to Jordan & co, Caerphilly and was next to G.W.R. Caephilly works in 1936. 1943 went to Consett iron for Butsfield Quarry, County Durham. scrapped there 1951.
1672 "Hodder" 1924 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) scrapped Fylde Water Board, Stocks Reservoir. Derby Corp 1932 and H.Potter, Nottingham 1934. re ggauged to Metre for the CLay Cross Company to work the Crich quarry Tramway (now occupied by the tramway museum). Scrapped 1957.
1675 1924 R2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in South Wales Electrical Power Distribution Company, Upper Boat powerstation
1676 1925 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Ty Mawr colliery, Rhondda
1682 1925 1682 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped August 1960 Built for Oxford & District Gas Company, Oxfordshire
1687 Gwen 1926 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Co-Operative Wholesale Society, Shilbottle Colliery, Northumberland. To N. H. & B. Collieries, Winning 'A' Colliery, Derbyshire in 1939.[88]
1689 May 1925 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Tunnel Portland Cement, later worked for Alpha Cement
1690 Lady Angela 1 July 1926 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh
Buckfastleigh Lady Angela and Ashley.jpg

Supplied to Gypsum Mines Ltd, New Kingston, Nottinghamshire, where she was named "Lady Angela." Moved into preservation at Shackerstone in 1971

1691 "Non Slip No 3" 1925 XL 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Joseph Brookes, Lightcliffe, Yorkshire
1692 "Sextus" 1925 M5 0-4-0ST 2 ft 8 in Pike Brothers clay, Dorset
1711 1926 0-4-0ST 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) Preserved Puffing Billy Railway, Melbourne, Australia Built for the Metropolitan Gas Co., Melbourne, Australia, named "Sir John Grice" in 1928. Withdrawn 1941, sold in 1962, it joined the Whistle Stop Amusement Park, Frankston in 1965. Came to Puffing Billy in 1974 as a static exhibit[89]
1721 "Fyffe" 1926 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Avonmouth Docks, Bristol
1722 December 1926 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Telford Steam Railway
Rocket at TSR.jpg

Built for Courtaulds and worked entire life at their Coventry plant. Sold to the private "Shropshire Collection," Shrewsbury, sold and restored again in 2003 [90]

1724 77 1927 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1959 Built for the Manchester Ship Canal. [91]
1730 1925 4-4-0T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Bay of Islands Vintage Railway, Kawakawa, New Zealand
Bay of Islands Vintage Railway - Gabriel on Number 5 Bridge.JPG

One of five similar 4-4-0T engines: 2xSchull and Skibbereen Railway, Ireland, named "Allen" and "Gabriel" (after Mount Gabriel); 2xSarawak, Borneo, named "Bintang" and "Bulang" (moon & star in Malay language). Sarawak ordered third engine in 1915, to be named Mata Hari (eye of the day, or midday), but due to decline in teak trade post World War I cancelled. Regauged in 1926 to 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm), sold to Portland Cement, Whangarei, New Zealand. Given to Bay of Islands Scenic Railway in 1985[92]

1731 July 1927 W6 0-4-0ST 3 ft 6 in Preserved Sandstone Estates, South Africa Built for Newcastle Steel Works, it ended working at Union Steel Corporation’s Klip Works, Vereeniging, South Africa[93]
1732 "Coppice" 1927 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for Shipley Colliery Ltd, Derbyshire
1734 Thurwit July 1927 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Thurrock Chalk and Whiting of Purfleet, Essex.
1736 1927 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
1738 1927 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Hams Hall powerstation No 4
1739 1928 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1965 Co-operative Wholesale Society, Silverton, Essex. Sold to Thos W Ward (Shipbreaking), Inverkeithing, Fife in 1949.[94]
1740 1927 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for BPCM Johnson’s Branch, Greenhithe. Acquired November 1963 by Frindsbury Cement Works. Transferred to APCM Holborough Works, Snodland, circa 1963[31]
1742 "Greenhithe" 1927 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for BPCM Greenhithe, Kent
1745 "Coventry No 4" 1927 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Arley colliery
1746 1928 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for BPCM Johnson’s Branch, Greenhithe. Acquired August 1960 by Frindsbury Cement Works. Transferred to Thurrock Chalk & Whiting Co. Ltd., Essex, June 1964[31]
1747 1928 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for APCM Holborough Quarry, Snodland. Lent to Frindsbury Cement Works for period in 1962[31]
1749 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, Grimsby
Fulstow no. 2, Lincs Wolds Rly.jpg

Spent its working life at Cawdor Quarry, Matlock in Derbyshire. Was rescued by Brian Roberts, of Tollerton, Nottinghamshire, who named it Ffiona Jane after his daughter. He sold it in 1979 to Pete Clark who named it ‘Fulstow’ after the village where he lives in Lincolnshire. It now works on the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, where it has recently undergone its first ten-yearly overhaul.

1750–1751 February 1928 M5 0-6-2T 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) Scrapped A pair supplied to the Anglo-Persian Oil Company for the Abadan oil depot. Named "D.I.K. 1928" and "D.I.K. 1929"[95][96]
1756 "Hornpipe" 1928 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Private site, Fifield, Berkshire Built for the Holborough Cement Co., Snodland, Kent. Named "Hornpipe." Moved to Quainton Railway Society in 1972[97]
1759 Elizabeth 1928 R2 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Rutland Railway Museum Delivered new to Enderby Quarry, named "Elizabeth," later worked at Mountsorrel Quarry[56]
1787 May 1933 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Newdigate Colliery, nr Bedworth, Warwickshire. Named "Newdigate No.4"
1788 Kilmersdon September 1929 R3 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved West Somerset Railway, Washford
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Worked entire life at Kilmersdon Colliery, now named "Kilmersdon"[98]

1790 Olive 1935 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1964 Built for the Co-operative Wholesale Society, Shilbottle Colliery, Northumberland, passing to National Coal Board in 1947.[99]
1803 1933 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
Foxfield Light Railway, Staffordshire Built for Ironbridge Power Station, sold into preservation in July 1980[100]
1816 October 1930 M5 0-6-2T 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) Scrapped Follow-on order from 1750, named "D.I.K. 1930"[95]
1824 1931 0-8-0 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Largest locomotive ever produced by Peckett. Oil burning, it operated on Christmas Island hauling phosphate trains. Named "No.6"[101]
1827–1829 1931 B3 0-6-0ST 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Cleveland Bridge Engineering, Mozambique
1835 1934 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Cheltanham gas works
1837 1931 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Beckton gas works No 37
1841–1851 1932 1682 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped Built for the Public Works Department, Singapore
1853 1934 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Barnsley Gas Company
1859 Sir Gomer June 1932 OX1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Battlefield Line Railway, Leicestershire
Sir Gomer at Departs Shackerstone.jpg

Worked at Mountain Ash Colliery, South Wales

1860 "Cefn Coed No1" 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
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Built for the South Wales Coalfield, worked at Brynlliw Colliery[67]. later at Amalgamated Anthracite, Cefn Coed colliery, Glamorgan

1865–1866 1932 1682 0-4-0ST 3 ft (914 mm) Scrapped Built for the Public Works Department, Singapore
1868 "Norbury" 1934 0-4-2 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) Chattenden & Upnor Railway, Kent
1870 September 1934 M7 0-6-0ST 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) Preserved Irchester Narrow Gauge Railway Museum, Northamptonshire Built for the metre gauge Finedon quarry system, numbered No.85
1871 September 1934 M7 0-6-0ST 1,000 mm Preserved Irchester Narrow Gauge Railway Museum, Northamptonshire
Irchester Railway Museum - Flickr - mick - Lumix.jpg
Built for the metre gauge Finedon quarry system, numbered No.86
1874 1936 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Vauxhall motprs, Luton
1880 May 1935 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for Empire Paper Mills, Kent
1889 Menelaus December 1935 B3 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Caledonian Railway, Brechin Built for Cwm Colliery, South Wales.
1891 1940 X2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Named "Manvers Main No.12"
1892 1934 OY 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Courtaulds, Greenfield works, Flint
1893 1933 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Coleford Great Western Railway Museum Built for Ironbridge Power Station, transferred to Birch Hills Power Station in 1951, then in 1958 to Stourport-on-Severn Power Station where its cab was cut down. Sold to JC Bamford in 1977 for use at their Titanic Steamship Co. near Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Sold into preservation in 1980, it arrived in Coleford in 1986[102]
1895 1935 Y 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Barrow Haematite Steel, Barrow in Furness
1897 1936 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Walsall gas works
1900 1935 0-4-0T 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Buckinghamshire Railway Centre Built at a cost of £860 for the tight loading gauge restrictions of the Courtaulds system at Holywell Junction, Flint, it is only 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m) tall, and often referred to as the "Flying Bufferbeam". The site was split in two by the LMS Chester to Holyhead railway, being linked by a short and steep incline access tunnel. The loco would shunt wagons of waste, from the Rayon fibre plant, to the sea wall where it was dumped. To enable the operation, the loco would work flat out down one incline to make it up the other side. Eventually, safety concerns meant that in 1954 the operation was replaced by a rope-incline and two diesel locomotives. After a works overhaul, she moved to the construction of Courtaulds' Grimsby plant, but on start of plant operations was replaced by a Sentinel, and kept as a spare. Sold into private preservation, it arrived at Buckingham in September 1971[103][104]
1903 1936 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Chatham Historic Dockyard, Kent
Peckett 1903 at Chatham Historic Dockyard.jpg

Built for the South Wales Public Wharf & Transit Company, Penarth

1908 June 1937 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Ford of Britain's internal railway network at their Dagenham, Essex, plant. Named "Ford No.6"
1909 October 1936 M5 0-6-2T 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) Scrapped Follow-on order from 1750, named "D.I.K. 1936"[95]
1920 Coronation 1936 B3 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for Tunnel Cement works, Purfleet, Essex.
1925 Caliban February 1937 OY 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway Built for Courtaulds, Preston
1935 Hornet November 1937 W6-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Ribble Steam Railway, Preston, Lancashire
Peckett and Sons 0-4-0 no 1935 "Hornet".JPG

Built for Black Park Colliery Co. Ltd., Denbigshire, Wales. Delivered by the LMS to Chirk. Ended life at Bersham Colliery, Wrexham, Wales.[105] Named "Hornet"[106]

1940 Henbury December 1937 FA 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Bristol Harbour Railway
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Built for Avonmouth Docks, where she worked all her life. Owned by Bristol City Council.

1948 1938 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Parkhouse Colliery
1950 Bradley February 1938 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Northfleet Deep Water Wharf & Storage Company, Kent.
1952-1955 1938 OX2 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Port of Tyne Authority (Nos.21-24). Locomotive #1952 sold to Eastwell & Waltham Ironstone Co., Leicestershire in 1956, others scrapped in 1958-59.[80]
1957 1938 R2 0-4-2T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Goldfields Railway, Waihi, New Zealand One of three 0-4-2T's built for Wilsons (NZ) Portland Cement Ltd. (now Golden Bay Cement Co. Ltd.), for use at their Portland Cement Works south of Whangarei[87]
1960 November 1938 W7 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for Brown Bayley's Steel Works, Sheffield
1963 1938 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Bere Ferrers, Devon
1964 "Cordie" 1940 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Murgatroyd Salt, Middlewich
1965 Philip E. Holden 1939 B3 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
Peckett No.1965 (8225461186).jpg

Worked at Onllwyn Coal Washery

1966 1939 R2-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped February 1957 Built for Beckton Works of the Gas, Light & Coke Company
1967 Merlin (Myrddin) April 1939 W6-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Telford Steam Railway Built for Brown Bayley's Steel Works, Sheffield.
W6-S Peckett number 1967 at the Plym Valley Railway.jpg
1970 Jackie Milburn (1924-1988) 1939 OX1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved North Tyneside Steam Railway
Peckett Ashington No.5 leaving the water tower.jpg

Built for the Ashington Coal Company to work at Ashington Colliery, together with twin 1971. Given the name "Ashington No.5," sold by the National Coal Board in 1969 after Ashington was dieselised, to North Norfolk Railway. Returned to Northumberland in 1991, repainted into "as delivered to Ashington Colliery" livery and named "Jackie Milburn"

1971 1939 OX1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1968 Built for Ashington Coal Company for Ashington Colliery, together with twin 1970. Given the name "Ashington No.6". Passed to National Coal Board in 1947 and used at Ashington, Newbiggin and Pegswood collieries.[107]
1978 "Allenby" 1939 W7 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Royal Arsenal, Woolwhich
1979-80 1939 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Ashington coal Company. named Ashington No 5 and 6 respectively
1982 1940 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Coventry powerstation
1985 Alexander 1940 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Royal Arsenal, Woolwich.
1990 October 1940 W6 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
Telford Steam Railway
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Built for Ironbridge Power Station, sold into preservation in July 1980[108]

1996 "Czecho" 1941 0-4-2 4 ft 8 12 in Hadfields, Sheffield
1998 1941 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1969 Chesterfield Tube Co., Derbyshire. Sold to Culter Paper Mills, Peterculter, Aberdeenshire in 1954.[76]
1999 1941 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Ribble Steam Railway, Preston, Lancashire
Peckett and Sons 0-4-0 no 1999 "North Western Gas Board".JPG

Built for Southport Gas Company, transferred in 1958 to Darwen Gas Works, named "North Western Gas Board." Replaced by diesel in 1963, moved to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway in September 1966. This loco featured in the 1970 movie The Virgin and the Gypsy, and was filmed working a train at Cromford on BR metals.

2000 December 1942 B3 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Beamish Museum
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Worked at the British Sugar Corporation, Ipswich. Privately owned and usually based at Barrow Hill Engine Shed, Derbyshire. Currently (2019) on loan to Beamish Museum.

2003 May 1941 W7 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Middleton Railway, Leeds, West Yorkshire
Middleton Railway.jpg

Built for the Ministry of Supply for use at Swynnerton Royal Ordnance factory. Moved to ROF Salwick, then UK Atomic Energy Authority and finally BNFL. Preserved at Middleton from 1972, was in use for 18 years

2004 1942 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Tyseley Locomotive Works, Birmingham
Peckett 2004 (6116280201).jpg
2012 Teddy March 1941 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Chasewater Railway
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2023 1941 OX1 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1968 Built for Ashington Coal Co., Northumberland (No.8). Passed to National Coal Board in 1947 and used at Ashington and Newbiggin collieries.[107]
2024 1942 0-4-2T 2 ft (610 mm) Preserved Welsh Highland Heritage Railway, Porthmadog, Wales
"Karen" (8010365580).jpg

One of three built for the Selukwe Peak Light Railway, Rhodesia. Brought back to the UK in 1972[109]

2027 1942 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in R.O.F. Sellafield
2028 1942 0-4-0T 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped 1971 Built for the Royal Ordnance Factory, Sellafield, Cumbria.[110] Then operated by the Harbour Commissioners for Whitehaven harbour[111]
2029 1942 R4-S 0-6-0T 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 38 in) Preserved Irchester Narrow Gauge Railway Museum Built for the Wellingborough Iron Co Ltd
2031 "Ashley" 1942 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved,
static exhibit
South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh
Buckfastleigh Lady Angela and Ashley.jpg

Exeter Gas Works until 1969, when it was moved to Buckfastleigh, arriving on 23 September. Named "Ashley"

2032 1942 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Foleshill colliery No 20
2036–2038 April 1943 FA 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Batch of three built for the Port of Bristol Authority. Loco's were: S11 "Bristol;" S12 "Clifton;" S13 "Redland"[112]
2039 1943 M5 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
East Anglian Railway Museum, Essex
0-4-0 Saddle Tank - No. 2039 'Jeffrey' - geograph.org.uk - 2381694.jpg

Named "Jeffrey". Last worked 1962 at the Glenwydd Iron Foundry, Ironbridge. Stored at Triad, Bishops Stortford, before arrival at Chappel in June 1981. Motion overhauled, but boiler needs a heavy repair before the locomotive could be steamed

2041 1943 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped c.1959 ROF Kirkby. Subsequently sold to North British Locomotive Co., Hyde Park Works, Glasgow.[72]
2046 1943 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Fort Dunlop No 7
2050 1944 0-6-0ST 2 ft preserved Harrogate gas works. now at the South Tynedale railway
2052 "Norman" 1944 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Northampton gas works
2053 1944 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped c.1956 Built for ICI Nobel Division, Ardeer, Ayrshire[45]
2054 Richard 1944 OY 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Bedlington Coal Co., Northumberland. Passed to National Coal Board in 1947 and used at Bedlington and Whittle collieries.[113]
2058 "No 3" 1943 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Windsor Street gas works, Birmingham
2061 1945 B3 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
Peckett 2061 (8404992189).jpg

Built for Merthyr Vale Colliery, South Wales[114]

2071 1945 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Ministry of Supply, ROF Irvine, Ayrshire[115]
2072 1945 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Ministry of Supply, Orbiston Depot, Motherwell, Lanarkshire. Subesequently used at ROF Sellafield, Cumbria[116]
2076 1946 OY 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1968 Built for Bedlington Coal Co., Northumberland. Passed to National Coal Board in 1947 and used at Bedlington Colliery.[117]
2080 Northfleet October 1946 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for the Northfleet Deep Water Wharf & Storage Company, Kent.
2081 1947 OY-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Foxfield Light Railway, Staffordshire Built for Nechells Gas Works of the City of Birmingham Gas Department. A variant design to cope with tight curves, the locomotive has a short wheelbase for an OY, a lowered cab floor and roof, and a shorter saddletank and dome. Transferred in 1965 to Swan Village Works in Walsall, it was transferred into preservation on 17 August 1969[118]
2084 F.C. Tingey February 1948 OY1-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Stainmore Railway Company , Kirkby Stephen East,

Cumbria

0-4-0 F C Tingey.JPG
Built for Courtaulds, Flint, Flintshire, North Wales. Donated to the Llangollen Railway, but sold via a scrap merchant to Steamtown Carnforth where it was restored. Moved to Kirkby Stephen East in 2000, spent three years at the Caledonian Railway (Brechin), now back at Stainmore Railway Company. Currently in South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway livery.
2085 1948 OY1-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Pallot Heritage Steam Museum, Jersey
Pallot Steam Museum - 2009-08-21.jpg

Built for Courtaulds Aber works, Flint, Flintshire, North Wales

2086 1948 OY-1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built as one of a batch of four for Courtaulds Aber works, Flint, Flintshire, North Wales. Scrapped at their Red Scar plant, Preston, becoming a parts donor for sister 2087[119]
2087 1948 OY-1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Mangapps Railway Museum
Peckett No,2087.jpg

Originally named "Dafydd," built as one of a batch of four for Courtaulds Aber works, Flint, Flintshire, North Wales. Transferred to Wolverhampton, where it lost the name, then Red Scar plant, Preston. Rebuilt with parts from scrapped sister engine No. 2086, renamed "Miranda" it worked there until replacement by diesel in 1968[120]

2094 1948 OY1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Briton Ferry Steel, Glamorgan
2100 William Murdoch 1949 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Helston Railway Worked at the Southern Gas Board's Blackwater Gas Works[121] and Hilsea Gas Works.[122]
R4 Peckett no. 2100 (Tank and Cab).jpg
2101 1949 RH 0-4-2ST 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Scrapped Built for the Rhodesian Iron and Steel Company, Bulawayo, Rhodesia
2103 1948 R4-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Middleton Railway
Peckett 2103.jpg

R4-S was a special batch built for the Central Electricity Generating Board, with a loading gauge of 9 feet 10 inches (3.00 m) over the standard 10 feet 8.5 inches (3.264 m). Fitted with a low cab roof. Delivered in 1952 to Croydon Power Station "B," it was joined by 2104 and 2105[123]

2104 1948 R4-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Northampton & Lamport Railway
Peckett R4, number 2104 at Northaampton and Lamport Railway.jpg

R4-S was a special batch built for the Central Electricity Generating Board, with a loading gauge of 9 feet 10 inches (3.00 m) over the standard 10 feet 8.5 inches (3.264 m). Delivered in 1952 to Croydon Power Station "B," it was joined by 2103 and 2105. Replaced by diesels in the late 1960s, 2104 and 2105 were set aside as spares until 1972, when they were sold off[123]

2105 1948 R4-S 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
Peckett 0-4-0ST No. 2105 Rokeby (25231112540).jpg

R4-S was a special batch built for the Central Electricity Generating Board, with a loading gauge of 9 feet 10 inches (3.00 m) over the standard 10 feet 8.5 inches (3.264 m). Delivered in 1952 to Croydon Power Station "A," it was quickly transferred to the "B" unit. Here it joined 2013 and 2104. Replaced by diesels in the late 1960s, 2104 and 2105 were set aside as spares until 1972, when they were sold off. The loco arrived at Buckinghamshire on 14 December 1972[123][124]

2106 1949 0-6-0ST 600 mm Sena Sugar, Mozambique
2108 January 1950 E1 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for National Coal Board Darfield Main Colliery
2110 1950 W7 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Stored, unrestored Royal Deeside Railway Bought new by the National Coal Board for the Nottinghamshire Coalfield and named as Welbeck No.6[56]
2111 Lytham 1949 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Midland Railway Centre, Butterley, Derbyshire
Peckett Lytham St Annes.jpg

Returned to service in 2018.

2112 1949 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped 1970 Built for brewery of Truman, Hanbury and Buxton, Burton upon Trent in 1949. Initially she would have shared duties with an earlier Peckett R2 class, works no. 1585 of 1922 and later, from 1954, with Peckett works no. 2136. Sold to J. C. Staton & Co. Ltd., Tutbury, Staffordshire, in March 1958. Taken over by British Gypsum, moved to their Hawton Works in April 1969
2114 December 1950 B3 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Kidwelly Industrial Museum, Carmarthenshire, West Wales
Peckett No.2114 (8220971833).jpg

Built for Brynlliw Colliery, South Wales. Then worked Cefn Coed Colliery and Morlais Colliery before preservation

2120 1950 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Edward Collins & Sons Ltd., Kelvindale Paper Mills, Glasgow
2121–2122 1951 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Batch of two locomotives built for Egyptian Engineering Stores, for use at a sugar refinery
2124 June 1951 OQ 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Worked entire life at Tower Colliery, South Wales
2125–2127 1951 0-4-0T 2 ft (610 mm) Scrapped Batch of three locomotives built for Mason & Barry for use in Portugal
2128 1951 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Dibles Wharf, Southampton
2129 1952 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Pallot Heritage Steam Museum, Jersey
Pallot Steam Museum - 2009-08-21.jpg

Built for Crane Ltd of Ipswich, Suffolk. Sold into preservation in 1981 to Mr. Brian Roberts of Hill Farm, Tollerton, Nottinghamshire. He sold it on in the late 80's to Pallot Heritage Museum, Jersey.

2130 1952 W7 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Northampton and Lamport Railway Built as a pair with 2131 for CWS soapworks, Irlam. After line closed, sold in 1966 to Fort Dunlop, Birmingham. Sold to Mr. A. Hunt for preservation, moved to his mineral water factory, Hinckley. Arrived Shackerstone on 7 December 1974. Returned to steam January 2016 [125]
2131 1952 W7 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Cambrian Heritage Railways, Oswestry, Shropshire Identical to 2130. Built for CWS soapworks, Irlam. After line closed, sold in 1966 to Fort Dunlop, Birmingham. Sold to Mr. A. Hunt for preservation, moved to his mineral water factory, Hinckley. Named "Oliver Veltom" in honour of the former British Railways Oswestry Area Manager[125][126]
2133–2134 November 1952 0-6-0 3 ft (914 mm) Batch of two locomotives built for Nizam Sugar Factory, Nizamabad, India
2136 1954 R4 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for brewery of Truman, Hanbury and Buxton, Burton upon Trent
2141 February 1954 0-6-0T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Sandstone Estates, South Africa Built as a 3 ft (914 mm) for Sena Sugar Estates, and shipped to Chinde, Portuguese East Africa on 16 February 1954. Regauged when the line was connected to the main CFM network, it became "Sena No. 6." The system closed during the Mozambique civil war, it was shipped to Sandstone together with sister loco 2165, three narrow gauge Pecketts, a number of Baguley-Drewry diesel locos, and other equipment.[127]

[128]

2142 Northern Gas Board No.1 1953 W7 (special) 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Darlington Railway Preservation Society, Darlington
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Built for Northern Gas Board, St Anthony's Gasworks, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The gasworks engine also shunted the adjacent tar works of Thomas Ness Ltd. (a National Coal Board subsidiary), which firm took over operation of the locomotive in 1967.[129][130]

2143 January 1953 0-6-0ST 2 ft (610 mm) Preserved Sandstone Estates, South Africa Built for Sena Sugar Estates, and shipped to Chinde, Portuguese East Africa on 16 February 1954. Named "Sena No.11." The system closed during the Mozambique civil war, it was shipped to Sandstone together with 2141, 2165, two narrow gauge sister Pecketts, a number of Baguley-Drewry diesel locos, and other equipment.[127][131][132]
2144 January 1953 0-6-0ST 2 ft Preserved United States Built for Sena Sugar Estates, and shipped to Chinde, Portuguese East Africa on 16 February 1954. Named "Sena No.12." The system closed during the Mozambique civil war, it was purchased by a private buyer and shipped to the USA[131]
2145 January 1953 0-6-0ST 2 ft Preserved Sandstone Estates, South Africa Built for Sena Sugar Estates, and shipped to Chinde, Portuguese East Africa on 16 February 1954. Named "Sena No.13." The system closed during the Mozambique civil war, it was shipped to Sandstone together with 2141, 2165, two narrow gauge sister Pecketts, a number of Baguley-Drewry diesel locos, and other equipment.[127][131][133]
2147 Uskmouth 1 June 1952 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Preserved Dean Forest Railway, Gloucestershire
Uskmouth 1 at Norchard Dean Forest Railway.JPG
Built for the CEGB for use at Uskmouth power station.[134]
2148 Uskmouth 2 June 1952 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for the CEGB for use at Uskmouth power station.[135]
2150 June 1954 OQ 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Elsecar Heritage Railway
Peckett and Sons OQ Class 0-6-0ST No. 2150 Mardy Monster at the Elsecar Heritage Railway.jpg

Most powerful industrial steam locomotive built in the United Kingdom. Worked entire life at Mardy Colliery, South Wales, named the "Mardy Monster"

2151 June 1954 OQ 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Worked entire life at Mardy Colliery, South Wales, named "Mardy No.2"
2153 1954 OX4 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Caledonian Railway, Brechin Built for Birchenwood Gas and Coke works, where she spent her entire career. Retired on 19 May 1973
2155 1955 0-4-0F 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
Shunting Engine - geograph.org.uk - 50502.jpg

Only fireless locomotive to ever be produced at Atlas Works. Worked entire life at CWS soapworks, Irlam. Placed up for sale from 1960. Restored by Birse, now located on the Irlam and Cadishead by-pass[136]

2156 1955 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped Built for Cadbury Brothers Bournville Works Railway, Birmingham
2157 1955 R2 0-4-2T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Whangarei Steam and Model Railway Club,[137] Northland, New Zealand
Peckett and Son steam Locomotive 2157.png

Last of three 0-4-2T's built for Wilsons (NZ) Portland Cement Ltd. (now Golden Bay Cement Co. Ltd.), for use at their Portland Cement Works south of Whangarei. Believed to be the last new steam locomotive imported into New Zealand. Gifted to WS&MRC on 16 December 1977, named "Seymour" in honour of founding member/President. Completely rebuilt with new boiler and side tanks, repainted in original green.[87][138]

2158 31 March 1955 OY2 0-4-0T 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped June 1970 Built for Marchon Products, Whitehaven, Cumbria. Known as "Lady Polly." Served for a period at Albright & Wilson, then scrapped[139]
2161 March 1957 0-6-0ST 2 ft (610 mm) Preserved Sandstone Estates, South Africa Penultimate steam locomotive built by Peckett. Built for Sena Sugar Estates, and shipped to Chinde, Portuguese East Africa. Named "Sena No.14." The system closed during the Mozambique civil war, it was shipped to Sandstone together with 2141, 2165, two narrow gauge sister Pecketts, a number of Baguley-Drewry

diesel locos, and other equipment.[127][140]

2165 June 1958 0-6-0T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) Preserved Sandstone Estates, South Africa The last steam locomotive produced by Peckett. Built as a 3 ft (914 mm) for Sena Sugar Estates, and shipped to Chinde, Portuguese East Africa on 16 February 1954. Regauged when the line was connected to the main CFM network, it became "Sena No.7." The system closed during the Mozambique civil war, it was shipped to Sandstone together with sister loco 2141, three narrow gauge Pecketts, a number of Baguley-Drewry diesel locos, and other equipment.[141]
2192 1944 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Scrapped Built for Ladysmith Colliery, County Durham[142]
5000–5001 1958 Diesel 200 hp 0-4-0DM 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
5002 1958 Diesel 100 hp 0-4-0DM 4 ft 8 12 in Scrapped
5003 1958 Diesel 200 hp 0-4-0DM 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved Middleton Railway, Leeds
Peckett diesel Austins No. 1.jpg

Built 1958, it was used as a demonstrator, and eventually sold to West Yorkshire steel stockholders, James Austin & Son (Dewsbury) Ltd, where it was named "Austins No.1." Moved to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway on permanent loan from 1971, in 2001 it moved to Middleton, fitted with vacuum brakes to enable it to work passenger trains.

5014 August 1959 Diesel 200 hp 0-6-0DM 4 ft 8 12 in Preserved,
static exhibit
Aberthaw Power Station Unique and only built 0-6-0DM, bought for Aberthaw Power Station, where it still remains preserved by owners nPower. Cosmetically restored at the East Somerset Railway, 2006

References[edit]

  • Handbook M; Industrial Locomotives of Northumberland. Market Harborough: Industrial Railway Society. 1983.
  • Handbook N; Industrial Locomotives of Scotland. Market Harborough: Industrial Railway Society. 1976.
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