List of fireless steam locomotives preserved in Britain

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A list of fireless steam locomotives preserved in Britain.

Barclay locomotives[edit]

South of Scotland Electricity Board, No. 1, probably Barclay 1571 of 1917
Bagnall fireless locomotive (works no. 2898, built 1948) at Darlington
(The purpose of the 'chimney' at the front is unknown.)

Locomotives built by Andrew Barclay:

Works number/build date, site of preservation

Bagnall locomotives[edit]

Bagnall 0-4-0 of 1932, works number 2473, "Huntley & Palmers No.1" (from Reading). Seen here on the Cholsey & Wallingford Railway in 2005.

Locomotives built by W.G. Bagnall:

Works number/build date, site of preservation

Other locomotives[edit]

Locomotives built by other manufacturers:

Builder, works number/build date, site of preservation

Sources[edit]

  • Industrial Locomotives, Handbook 15EL, published by the Industrial Railway Society in 2009, ISBN 978-1-901556-53-7

References[edit]

  1. ^ 15EL, page 152
  2. ^ 15EL page 285
  3. ^ 15EL page 31
  4. ^ 15EL page 47
  5. ^ 15EL page 254
  6. ^ 15EL page 116
  7. ^ 15EL page 122
  8. ^ 15EL page 110
  9. ^ 15EL page 176
  10. ^ 15EL page 115
  11. ^ 15EL page 251
  12. ^ 15EL page 289
  13. ^ 15EL page 187
  14. ^ 15EL page 259
  15. ^ 15EL page 57
  16. ^ 15EL page 91
  17. ^ 15EL page 289
  18. ^ 15EL page 31
  19. ^ 15EL page 116
  20. ^ 15EL page 77
  21. ^ 15EL page 110
  22. ^ http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/train-want-station/story-12058212-detail/story.html#axzz2SG684xjG
  23. ^ "VIDEO: Hope you're chuffed with your present! (From Bradford Telegraph and Argus)". Thetelegraphandargus.co.uk. 2009-07-03. Retrieved 2013-05-02.
  24. ^ 15EL page 39
  25. ^ 15EL, page 79
  26. ^ 15EL, page 150