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1968 onwards
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Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST 'John Howe' (Works No. 1147) built in 1908 for Howe's Plaster Works, runs round its train at Riversway Station (Ribble Steam Railway) on the 8th of September 2012




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST 'Colin McAndrew & Co' (Works No. 1223) built in 1911 for Contractor Colin McAndrew, stands at Brownhills West (Chasewater Railway) on the 11th of September 2010.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST 'Nora No.5' (Works No. 1276) built in 1912, is seen on the 24th of April 2008, at the 'Big Pit' Bleneavonon where the locomotive spent its working life . The locomotive was named after a daughter of the mine manager Robert Kennard




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST 'Efficient' (Works No. 1598) built in 1918 for McKechnie Brothers of Widnes, is seen on display at the Ribble Steam Railway on the 8th of September 2012.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-6-0ST 'No.6 Niddrie' Works Number 1833 built in 1924 for the Niddrie & Benhar Coal Company. waiting restoration at the Ribble Steam Railway on the 8th of September 2012.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST 'Alexander' Works Number 1865 built in 1926 for Southall Gas Works, on display at the Ribble Steam Railway on the 5th of July 2015.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0CT 'Stanton 24' Works Number 1875 built in 1925, for the Stanton & Staveley Iron Works is seen covered in dust on display at the Midland Railway Centre Swanwick on the 23rd of August 2008.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST. (Works No. 1964) built in 1929, stands in Brownhills West Station Yard during the Chasewater Railway's Industrial Gala on September 11th 2010




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST 'JN Derbyshire' Works Number 1969 built in 1929 for the Carlisle Plaster & Cement Company, on display at the Ribble Steam Railway on the 8th of September 2012.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 2008 'Boots No. 2' 0-4-0F (Fireless) Built in 1935 for Boots Pure Drug Co Ltd - photographed at the NRM Shildon on the 1at of October 2015.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 0-4-0ST 'Edmunsons' formerly 'Little Barford Power Station No 4' Built in 1943 Works Number 2168 at the Rushden Transport Museum on the 18th of August 2013.




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST at Wansford N.V.R. in September 2008 - Built by Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. Ltd. in 1943 (Works No. 2183) for the War Department (WD 71529). Rescued after a 30 year stay at Thomas Muir’s scrap yard in 2003.




Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co. 2373 'Imperial No. 1' 0-4-0F (Fireless) Built in 1956 for the Imperial Paper Mills at Gravesend - photographed at the NRM Shildon on the 13th of July 2013.




0-2-2WT No.9449 "Blue Circle" Sheffield Park - Bluebell Railway 4th July 1964 (Photographer Unknown) - Built by Aveling Porter in 1926 Previous owners of this locomotive were Associated Portland Cement where it worked at their Snodland Cement Works.




Aveling Porter, 0-2-2WT No.9449 "Blue Circle" Bluebell Railway c.1967 (Photographer Unknown)




'Lucy' an Avonside Class B3 0-6-0ST Works No.1568 built in 1909 for the Hutchinson Estate & Dock Co. Ltd. at Widnes. Photographed at the Ribble Steam Railway Museum on the 8th of September 2012.




'Woolmer' an Avonside 0-6-0ST Works No.1572 built in 1910, is seen minus its saddle tank in the workshop area of the National Railway Museum outstation at 'Locomotion' Shildon the 19th of June 2005.




'Barrington' an Avonside 0-4-0ST Works No.1875 built in 1921, is seen stored out of service at Castle Hedingham on the Colne Valley Railway on the 25th of April 2009.




Avonside Engine Company 0-6-0ST 'St Dunstan' No.2004 built in 1927. This locomotive had worked at the NCB Snowdown Colliery in Kent and is seen at the East Kent Railway at Shepherdswell on the 8th of September 2013.




'Robert' an Avonside 0-6-0ST Works No.2068 built in 1933 for the Lamport Ironstone Railway, at the East Anglian Railway Museum (its temporary home whilst the Olympic Stadium at Stratford was being built) on the 25th of April 2009.




Bagnall 0-4-0ST Works No.2565 built in 1936. Photographed at the Mid Suffolk Light Railway on the 9th of September 2017




No.2648 "Linda" - an 0-4-0ST built by Bagnell in 1940 for the Ministry of Supply for use at Royal Ordnance Factories, is seen pulling a demonstration freight train though Chasewater Country Park, on September 11th 2010




No. 2654 'Cherwell' an 0-6-0ST built by W.G.Bagnall Ltd of Stafford in 1942 originally used at Charwelton and later at Byfield Ironstone Quarrys. Photographed at the Rushden Transport Museum on the 5th of June 2016




'Cranford No.2' an 0-6-0ST with 15 inch cylinders, built by W.G.Bagnall Ltd of Stafford in 1942 (Works No. 2668) for use at Cranford Ironstone Quarry. Seen here at Embsay during 2003.




'Cranford No.2' (Works No. 2668) at Steamtown Carnforth c.1980 before the Visitor Centre was closed to the public. This locomotive spent most of its working life at Staveley Minerals Ltd, Cranford Ironstone Quarries, Northants




Princess' an 0-6-0ST built by W.G.Bagnall Ltd of Stafford in 1941 (Works No. 2682) for use in Preston Docks stands at Haverthwaite on the Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway June 2005




"Florence No 2" - a 0-6-0ST built by Bagnell for the N.C.B. (Works No.3059) in 1954 (modified with a Giesel ejector in 1962), stands in Brownhills West Station Yard during the Chasewater Railway's Industrial Gala on September 11th 2010




'Bauxite No.2' an 0-4-0ST built by Black Hawthorn & Co. of Gateshead in 1874. Now on display at the National Railway Museum York where it was photographed on the 8th of June 2019




'The King' No. 48 built to a design by Edward Borrows in St Helens, Merseyside during 1906 for use in the glass industry and is now preserved at the Ribble Steam Railway where it was photographed on the 8th of September 2012




'Wendle' No. 53 built to a design by Edward Borrows in St Helens, Merseyside during 1909 for use in the glass industry and is now being restored at the Ribble Steam Railway. It was photographed on the 17th of July 1983 at the Middleton Railway by an unknown Photographer





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