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Operational steam locomotives...
  No. 813
Ex-Port Talbot Railway
Designed by: Hudswell Clarke
Built: 1900
Class: --
Wheel arrangement: 0-6-0ST
Boiler pressure: 160 psi
Owner: GWR 813 Preservation Fund

No. 1501
Ex-BR [Great Western Railway design]
Designed by: F. W. Hawksworth
Built: Swindon, 1949
Class: 1500
Wheel arrangement: 0-6-0PT
Boiler pressure: 200 psi
Owner: 1501 Pannier Tank Association

No. 2857
Ex-Great Western Railway
Designed by: G. J. Churchward
Built: Swindon, 1918
Class: 2800
Wheel arrangement: 2-8-0
Boiler pressure: 225 psi
Owner: 2857 Society

 
No. 6960 Raveningham Hall
Ex-Great Western Railway
Designed by: F.
Hawksworth
Built: Swindon, 1944
Class 6959 'Modified Hall'
Wheel arrangement: 4-6-0
Boiler pressure: 225 psi
Owner:  Locomotive 6960 Ltd
Its boiler certificate expires on 2/7/21



No. 7714
Ex-Great Western Railway
Designed by: C. B. Collett
Built: Kerr Stuart, 1930
Class: 5700
Wheel arrangement: 0-6-0PT
Boiler pressure: 200 psi

Owner: SVR Pannier Tank Fund

  No. 34027 Taw Valley
Ex- Southern Railway
Designed by: O. V. S. Bulleid
Built: Brighton, 1945;  Rebuilt 1957
Class: West Country
Wheel arrangement: 4-6-2
Boiler pressure: 250 psi
Owner: Phil Swallow
  No. 43106
Ex-London Midland & Scottish Railway
Designed by: H. G. Ivatt
Built: Darlington, 1951
Class: 4
Wheel arrangement: 2-6-0
Boiler pressure: 225 psi

Owner: Ivatt Class 4 Group
 

No. 75069
Ex- British Railways
Designed by: Brighton Works
Built: Swindon, 1957
Class: 4MT
Wheel arrangement: 4-6-0
Boiler pressure: 225 psi
Owner: 75069 Fund


No. 7170 "Welsh Guardsman"
Ex-War Department No 71516
Designed by: Hunslet Engine Company
Built: Robert Stephenson and Hawthorns Ltd, 1944
Class: "Austerity"
Wheel arrangement: 0-6-0ST
Boiler pressure: 170 psi
Owner: Felinfoel Brewery

 Please note that loco directions can change at any time, sometimes for a day or week or so, and sometimes more long-term!


Locomotives normally available for use
Updated: Thurs
day 13th May 2021

number

Direction facing

status

813

Bridgnorth

available for traffic  running repairs

1501

Bridgnorth

available for traffic

2857

Bridgnorth

available for traffic  [washout 13/5]

6960

Kidderminster

available for traffic

7714

Bridgnorth

available for traffic

34027 'Taw Valley'

Kidderminster

available for traffic  running repairs; steamed 11/5 for Insurance Exam to Air receiver.

43106

Kidderminster

available for traffic

75069

Kidderminster

available for traffic  running repairs

7170 'Welsh Guardsman'


On hire to the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway from 7/12/20.

2999 'Lady of Legend'

Bridgnorth

available for traffic  returning to Didcot on 20/5


If you would like more information on these locos, a particularly good source is https://www.svrwiki.com/Steam_Locomotives

See also the websites of the owning groups shown on each loco's info above.
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