After withdrawal it was used at Newton Abbot where it was used to power machinery in the workshops there. In 1927, no longer required for this purpose, it was displayed on the platform at the station opposite the workshops. It has since been moved to Buckfastleigh railway station where it is displayed in the museum of the South Devon Railway Trust.
Owl and Goat were withdrawn and stored. In 1890 they were sold to Pearson and Son, engineers contracted to work on the railway near Ivybridge. Once this work was finished in 1893 they were sold back to the Great Western Railway, then converted to standard gauge and worked until 1913.
Weasel (1873 – 1882) GWR no. 2173
The locomotive was named after the animal Weasel. It was withdrawn in 1882 and scrapped.
Raven was sold to the Torbay and Brixham Railway in 1877. In 1883 this railway was sold to the Great Western Railway. After gauge conversion in 1892 it was rebuilt as a standard gauge locomotive and ran in this form as no. 1329, eventually finding it way to the WantageTramway where it was withdrawn in 1919 following an accident.
The locomotive was named after the bird Raven, a member of the crow family.
After gauge conversion in 1892 Rook was rebuilt as a standard gauge locomotive and ran in this form as no. 1330 and until 1906 when it was sold to Powesland and Mason for work at Swansea harbour and they gave it number 7. On 1 January 1924 it was one of nine Powesland and Mason locomotives that returned to the Great Western Railway. It was given new GWR number 925 and was finally withdrawn in 1929.
The locomotive was named after the bird rook, a member of the crow family.