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"Henry" - a 0-4-0ST built by R & W Hawthorn, Leslie (Works No.2491) in 1901 for British Celanese Limited (Later Coutaulds), at Barrow Hill roundhouse on the 25th of February 2012




Chasewater No.4 "Asbestos" - a 0-4-0ST built by R & W Hawthorn, Leslie (Works No.2780) in 1909 for Turner & Newall of Manchester, enters Brownhill West Station during the Chasewater Railway's Industrial Gala on September 11th 2010




This locomotive is believed to be R & W Hawthorn, Leslie No.2918 0-4-0ST built in 1912. I photographed it at Peak Rail, Rowsley on the 5th of November 2016 - I identified it online at the time but when I came to add it to my website (in 2022) I cannot now find the source of information but several locomotives were being transfered to and from Tyseley arround that time.




'Isabel' - a 0-4-0ST built by R & W Hawthorn, Leslie (Works No.3437) in 1919 for ICI , at Llynclys South Station (Cambrian Railways) on the 16th of July 2010




R & W Hawthorn, Leslie No.3597 0-4-0ST 'Falmouth Docks & Engineering Company No. 3' built in 1926. Seen in the workshop at Peak Rail, Rowsley on the 5th of November 2016.




R & W Hawthorn, Leslie No.3715 0-4-0ST built in 1928. This locomotive was used by Associated Portland Cement at Swanscombe as 'No.1'. Photographed at Colne on the 25th of April 2009




R & W Hawthorn, Leslie No.3718 0-4-0ST built in 1928. This locomotive was used by Associated Portland Cement at Swanscombe as 'No.4'. Photographed at Barrow Hill on the 21st of April 2012 during an extensive overhaul.




R & W Hawthorn, Leslie No.3799 'Penicuik' 0-4-0ST built in 1935 for Alexander Cowan & Sons Edinburgh is under going cosmetic restoration at the Aln Valley Railway Alnwick on the 12th of August 2014.




A Hawthorn Leslie 0-6-0ST, built in 1934 (Works No. 3827) Once used by the B.S.C. at Corby as No. 14 It is seen here 'marooned' at East Carlton Country Park in December 1998




R & W Hawthorn, Leslie No.3865 'Singapore' 0-4-0ST built in 1926 for use in the Royal Naval Dockyard at Singapore - Captured by the Japanese in WW2. Photographed at Cottesmore Railway Museum on the 2nd of May 2005




Hawthorn leslie 0-6-0ST Works No.3931 'Linda' built by Hawthorn Leslie at Newcastle upon Tyne for Stewarts and Lloyds Steel Works at Corby, is seen on the 5th of July 2015 at the Ribble Steam Railway Preston where it has been restored.




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-6-2T works number 3377 'Lambton Collieries No.5' built in 1909. Seen in the 'Deviation Shed' Grosmont on the 30th of September 2011.




'Thomas' converted in 2008 from the former Stewarts and LLoyds No.54 'Pen Green' originally built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn in 1941 as an 0-6-0ST No.7031, seen at the East Anglian Railway Museum Chappel and Wakes Colne.




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-4-0ST No.7063 'Eustace Forth' (CEGB No.15) built in 1942 at Newcastle. Is seen at the NRM Shildon on the 13th of July 2013




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-6-0ST No.7097 built in 1943 as WD 75061 for the Ministry of Supply. Seen at Aviemore as 'Strathspey Railway No.9' in August 1997




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST (Works No. 7098) built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd. in 1943 for the W.D. (WD No. 75062) at York in May 2008




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST (Works No. 7136) built by R.S. & H. in 1944 for the W.D. In this view taken in March 2009 at Rowsley it is numbered WD150 'Royal Pioneer'. It has been restored to 'as built' condition (see also Hunslet 3892)




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST (Works No. 7169) built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd. in 1944 for the War Department as WD 71515. masquerading as a B.R. J94 No. 68005 at Embsay in July 2003




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn0-4-0ST works number 7214 'George' built in 1945 for British Celanese Ltd. Seen in the museum at the Midland Railway Centre Butterley on the 1st of October 2015.




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-4-0ST works number 7416 'Agecroft No 1' built in 1948 for Agecroft Power Station. Seen at the Railway Museum York on the 7th of June 2019.




'Agecroft No.2' Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-4-0ST No.7485 built in 1947 on display at the Ribble Steam Railway on the 8th of September 2012




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-4-0ST works number 7544 'Bonnie Prince Charlie' built in 1949 for Corrall Ltd. Seen at the Didcot Railway Centre on the 13th of August 2015.




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-6-0T works number 7597 'Zebedee' built in 1949. Seen at Darley Dale in July 1992.




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-6-0T No.7684 'Meaford No 2' Built at the Forth Bank Works in Newcastle-upon-Tyne during 1951 for the Central Electricity Generating Board. - Enters Caverswall Road station April 2005.




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-4-0ST works number 7817 'Castle Donington Power Station No.1' built in 1954. Seen at the Midland Railway Centre Butterley on the 1st of October 2015.




Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 0-6-0T No.7845 built in 1955 disguised as BR 67345 at Hawes Museum on the 12th of July 2013. This locomotive once worked at the CEGB Hams Hall Power Station as No.12.




Robert Heath 0-4-0ST No. 6 raises steam at Caverswall Road Shed April 2005. Built in 1886 at Black Bull, Biddulph in Staffordshire




Sheepbridge No.15' an 0-6-0ST built by Hudswell Clarke in 1895 (Works No.431). Worked in Stewart & Lloyd's Quarry at Desborough, on display in the Heritage Centre at Brownhills West Station on the 11th of September 2010




'No.31 Hamburg' built by Hudswell Clarke in 1903 (Works No. 679) for the Manchester Ship Canal Railway. Photographed at Haworth in the 1970's (Photographer Unknown)




Partially dismantled Hudswell Clarke No.1243 built in 1917 for the Port of London Authority and named 'Richboro' is in the Aln Valley Railway workshop at Alnwick on the 12th of August 2014.




'Henry de Lacy ll' an 0-4-0ST built by Hudswell Clarke in 1917 (Works No.1309). Worked at Kirkstall Forge at Leeds before being preserved at the Middleton Railway where it was on the 17th of July 1983 (Photographer Unknown)




A 'Thomas' rebuild of former Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST (Works No.1450) built in 1922. Photographed at Embsay Station on the 20th of May 2007




Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST 'Dereck Crouch' (Works No.1539) built in 1924 is seen 'out of service' at Wansford on the 2nd of September 1999




Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST Works No.1604 built in 1928 for the Bardney sugar beet factory. Photographed at the Mid Suffolk Light railway during its restoration on the 9th of September 2017




Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST Works No.1631 built in 1929 for Stewart and Lloyds. Photographed at Peak Rail Rowsley during its restoration on the 5th of March 2016




Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST 'Wissington' (Works No.1700) built in 1938 for the British Sugar Corporation is seen taking water at Sheringham on the 9th of March 2013




An 0-4-0ST built by Hudswell Clarke in 1946 Works No.1742 for the Ministry of Supply and was later sold to the Millom Hematite & Iron Co Ltd. Now at the Buckingham Railway Centre where it was photographed on the 12th of July 2011




Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST 'Robert' Works No.1752 built for the War Department (WD 75091) at Quorn on the 27th of January 2008. This locomotive was transfered to the London and North Eastern Railway taking the number 8067 (B.R. 68067) and class J94 before being sold to the National Coal Board in 1963.




Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0ST 'Brussels' Works No.1782 built in 1945 for the War Department (WD 71515) at Harworth c.1983 Photographer Unknown




Hudswell Clarke 0-6-0T '140' Works No.1821 built in 1948 for the Port of London Authority at Embsay Station on the 20th of May 2007




Hunslet 0-6-0T (Works No. 686) built in 1898 for the Manchester Ship Canal Co. Previously numbered 14 and named 'St John' but now known as 'The Lady Armaghdale'. Seen in 'Thomas' disguise at Bridgnorth on the 27th of September 2009




Hunslet 0-4-0ST No. 1493 built in 1925. This locomotive worked at the Pye Hill Colliery and has a cut down cab for increased clearance. Photograph appears to have been taken at Shackerstone but photographer and date are unknown.




Hunslet 16" 0-6-0ST Works No.1589 'Newstead' built by Hunslet of Leeds Is seen on the 24th of April 2016 at Wansford on the Nene Valley Railway where it was intended to be restored.




'Jessie' an Hunslet 0-6-0ST (Works No. 1873) built in 1937 spent most of its life as No.18 at Eastmoors Steelworks before becoming an exhibit in a children's playground. Now restored and seen here at Embsay in 2007




'Jack's Green' Hunslet Works No. 1953 built in 1939 for the Nassington Ironstone Quarry near Peterborough, is now cosmetically restored at the Nene Valley Railway at Wansford as seen on the 14th of September 2008




Hunslet 16" Class (Works No. 1982) built in 1940 and named 'Ring Haw' This locomotive spent all of it's working life at Nassington Quarry, Peterborough. Seen here at Weyborne on the North Norfolk Railway (current custodians) in April 2003




Hunslet 15" Class (Works No. 2409) built in 1942 for use in Linby Colliery. Now named 'King George' and is seen here at Toddington during 2002




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST (Works No. 2855) built in 1943 carrying its correct W.D. number - 75006 at Wansford during February 2002




'Swiftsure' a Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST Works No. 2857 built in 1943 W.D. number - 75008 in Nene Park on the 3rd of April 2016.




Hunslet 16" 0-6-0ST (Works No.3055) Built in 1953/4 for the N.C.B. and intended for use at Savile Colliery but was delivered to Glasshoughton instead, becoming 'Glasshoughton No4' stands outside Caverswall Road Station, Foxfield Railway in April 2005




Hunslet Works No. 3153 built in 1944 as WD75103 for the MOD for war service. After the war this locomotive was sold to the N.C.B. It now carries the number 135 and name 'Sapper' Photographed at Rowsley on the 17/03/2013




Hunslet Works No. 3155 built in 1944 as WD75105 for the MOD. Later sold to the Netherlands State Railways. It is now at the Ribble Steam Railway and carries the name 'Walkden', where it is seen on the 8th of September 2012




Hunslet Works No. 3192 built in 1944 as WD75141 for the MOD for war service. Rebuilt in 1964 and renumbered to 3888 by Hunslet. Photographed at Rowsley in May 2005 whilst masquerading as 'J94' 68008




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST (Works No.3694) 'Whiston'. Built by Hunslet of Leeds for the N.C.B. in 1950 and remained in service until 1981 when it was withdrawn with boiler problems - Is shunted at Caverswall Road station April 2005.




The frames of 0-6-0ST No. 3696 'Respite' This locomotive was built by Hunslet for the N.C.B. in 1950 and is being overhauled at the Ribble Steam Railway on the 5th of July 2015.




'Repulse' Hunslet Works No. 3698 built in 1950 for the N.C.B. Photographed at Haverthwaite in June 1980




Hunslet Works No. 3777 built in 1952 for the NCB is seen masquerading as close cousin 'J94 No. 68030' At Sheringham on the 3rd of September 2011




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST (Works No. 3790) built in 1952 for the W.D. at the Colne Valley Railway in May 1995




K.E.S.R. No.23 0-6-0ST 'Holman F. Stephens' at Tenterden on 18/06/2011 This locomotive was built by Hunslet for the MOD in 1952 (Works No.3791) as WD 191




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' 0-6-0ST Built in 1953 Works No.3794 by Hunslet. Formerly W.D. No.194 purchased in July 1973 by the Lakeside Railway Society and now as No.150 'Cumbria' at Embsay in June 2019.




0-6-0ST No. 3796 This locomotive was built by Hunslet for the Ministry of Defence in 1953 and numbered WD196. Masquerading as 'J94' 68011 at Buckfastliegh in August 1995




Hunslet 18" 'Austerity' Works No. 3809 built in 1953 to a W.D. order and used by the N.C.B. in Fife. Seen here at Sheringham on the North Norfolk Railway on the 5th of October 2003




0-6-0ST No. 3883 'Lord Phil' This locomotive was re-built by Hunslet from WD750019 which had been originally built by Hunslet in 1943 (Works No..2868) and is seen at Rowsley on the 9th of November 2013




'Austerity' 0-6-0ST in L.N.E.R. livery as No. 8009 at Weyborne on the North Norfolk Railway in April 2004. This locomotive was built by the Hunslet Engine Co. Ltd of Leeds as Works No. 3825 during 1954 for the N.C.B.




Hunslet Works No. 3844 built in 1956. It is seen on the 22nd of September 2012 at Orton on the Nene Valley Railway with a demonstration freight train to Peterborough




Hunslet 0-6-0ST No. 3850 'Juno' built in 1958 for Stewarts & Lloyds Ltd. is seen at Shildon on the 13th of July 2013




Hunslet 18" built in 1943 (Works No. 2868) for the War Department as WD75034. Rebuilt to 'as new' condition with modifications to reduce smoke emissions by Hunslet in 1962 new Works Number 3883 at the Rutland Railway Museum in May 2005




0-6-0ST '150 Warrington' Hunslet Works No. 3892 re-built in 1969 from Robert Stephenson & Hawthorns Ltd. No. 7136 (WD 75186). Photographed at Dinting during the 1970s. Photographer unknown.




Kerr Stuart 0-4-0ST No.4388 stands outside Caverswall Road Station awaiting it's turn for overhaul April 2005




Built by Kitson of Leeds in 1904 Works No. 4263, Numbered as No. 29 it spent its working life at Lambton Collieries but is now preserved on the N.Y.M.R. and it is seen here at Grosmont during September 2007





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