Locomotives & Rolling Stock

Over 30 locomotives are based at the KWVR. Most can be seen by visitors, but some are housed away from public view whilst under restoration for future use.

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War Department (WD) Austerity 2-8-0 90733

Built to a wartime design for use in the war effort, WD 90733 was now an integral part of the operating fleet until December 2018 when it was withdrawn pending overhaul.

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London Midland & Scottish Railway Class 8F 2-8-0 No. 48431

Having saved from Barry Scrapyard in the '70s and overhauled twice, 48431 is now on display in Oxenhope Exhibition shed

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London Midland & Scottish Railway Class 3F ‘Jinty’ 0-6-0T No.47279

After 10 useful years after restoration from derelict condition, 47279 awaits its turn in the restoration queue.

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British Railways Standard Class 4MT 2-6-4T No.80002

Having arrived on the Railway in 1969 and given years of useful service, 80002 is now a static exhibit in Oxenhope Exhibition Shed.

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Great Western Railway 0-6-0PT Pannier Tank No.5775

The locomotive made famous by the film 'The Railway Children', 5775 played its part in the dramatic landslip scene and featured on film credits the world over.

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Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Class 21 0-4-0ST ‘Pug’ Saddle Tank No.51218

The first engine to arrive on the Railway, 51218 waits its turn in the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Trust's restoration queue.

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Longmoor Military Railway Austerity 0-6-0 Saddle Tank No. 118 ‘Brussels’

After an undistinguished army career and use in the early years of the Railway, 118 'Brussels' is now on static display at Oxenhope

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Manchester Ship Canal / Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0T Side Tank No. 31 ‘Hamburg’

A useful engine in the early years of the Railway, 31 'Hamburg' is now confined to Oxenhope Exhibition shed.

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Hudswell Clarke & Co. 0-4-0ST Saddle Tank ‘Lord Mayor’

In the late 19th century, contractors for large civil engineering operations bought steam locomotives to help with the building work. 'Lord Mayor' was one such locomotive, built by Hudswell Clarke of Leeds for Edmund Nutall, Salford.

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