Surviving Steam Locomotives in England, United Kingdom and Ireland

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List of Steam Locomotives in England, United Kingdom and Ireland

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
10-6-0T4'-8½"National Coal Board Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3781, 1952Named Thomas. Converted from an 0-6-0ST type in 1994.
922129F2-10-04'-8½"BR Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 07/1959Owned by the Locomotive Services Ltd.
925 (30925)V4-4-04'-8½"Southern (BR) Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGout of serviceSR Eastleigh Works, 1934Named Cheltenham. Owned by the National Railway Museum York. Restored to operation in 2012. Taken out of service in 2017 due to a cracked frame, but eventually returned to operation later that year. Taken out of service again in 2022. Undergoing overhaul.
453795MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGoperationalSir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. #1435, 07/1937
730965MT (Standard)4-6-04'-8½"BR Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGout of serviceBR Derby Works, 11/1955Restored to operation in October 1993. Suffered a catastrophic cylinder failure on March 14, 2009. Previously operated in 2011. Awaiting overhaul.
850LN4-6-04'-8½"Southern Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGoperationalSR Eastleigh Works, 08/1926Named Lord Nelson.
4464 (60019)A44-6-24'-8½"LNER (BR) Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGout of serviceLNER Doncaster Works #1866, 12/1937Named Bittern. Owned by Locomotive Services Ltd. Masqueraded as LNER 4492 'Dominion of New Zealand' in 2011. Taken out of service in late 2014. Placed on temporary display in Margate, ENG. Awaiting overhaul.
34007 (C107)7P 5FA (West Country)4-6-24'-8½"BR (Southern) Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGout of serviceSR Brighton Works, 08/1945Named Wadebridge. Owned by the Mid Hants Railway Preservation Society and the Wadebridge 34007 Locomotive Ltd. Restored to operation in October 2006. Taken out of service in March 2016. Undergoing overhaul.
35005 (C5)8P (Merchant Navy)4-6-24'-8½"BR (Southern) Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGout of serviceEastleigh Works, 1941Named Canadian Pacific. Owned by the Mid Hants Railway Preservation Society. Restored to operation in 1989. Painted in the BR express passenger blue livery from 1996 to 2001. Taken out of service in 2006. Undergoing overhaul.
60-4-0T24"Minas y Ferrocarril de Utrillas South Tynedale Railway, Alston, ENGoperationalHenschel & Son #19047, 1918Named Thomas Edmondson.
0-6-2ST24"Harrogate Gas Works South Tynedale Railway, Alston, ENGoperationalThomas Green & Son #441, 1908Named Barber.
0-4-0ST24"Cliffe Hill Mineral Railway Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre, Amberley, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2067, 1917Named Peter.
2-4-0T24"Groudle Glen Railway Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre, Amberley, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #1781, 1905Named Polar Bear.
0-4-0ST24"Cliffe Hill Mineral Railway Amerton Railway, Amerton, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #1491, 1897Named Isabel.
0-4-0ST24"Statfold Barn Railway Amerton Railway, Amerton, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3905, 2008Named Jennie. Previously named Howard.
0-4-0WT18"John Knowles Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills, Armley Mills, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #684, 1898Named Jack.
72-6-215"Bure Valley Railway Bure Valley Railway, Aylsham, ENGoperationalWinson Engineering, 1994Named Spitfire.
82-6-2T15"Bure Valley Railway Bure Valley Railway, Aylsham, ENGoperationalWinson Engineering, 1997Named John of Gaunt. Previously named Thunder.
92-6-4T15"Bure Valley Railway Bure Valley Railway, Aylsham, ENGoperationalWinson Engineering, 1993Named Mark Timothy.
12-6-4T15"Bure Valley Railway Bure Valley Railway, Aylsham, ENGoperationalGuest Engineering & Maintenance Co., 1964Named Wroxham Broad. Previously named Tracey Bo.
350288P (Merchant Navy)4-6-24'-8½"BR (Southern) Stewarts Lane TMD, Battersea, ENGoperationalEastleigh Works, 1948Named Clan Line. Owned by the Merchant Navy Locomotive Preservation Society. Restored to operation in 1974. Taken out of service in 2015. Taken out of service again in July 2022 due to cracks in its thermic syphons. Returned to operation in April 2024.
4'-8½"Penrhyn Slate Quarries Beamish Museum, Beamish, ENGstoredHunslet Engine Co. #996, 1909 Named Edward Sholto. From Illinois. Owned by the Moseley Railway Trust.
0-4-0VBT4'-8½"Dorking Greystone Lime Co. Beamish Museum, Beamish, ENGoperationalHead Wrightson & Co., 1871
180-4-0WT4'-8½"Londonberry Railway Beamish Museum, Beamish, ENGoperationalLewin's Engineering Works #683, 1877
4wG4'-8½"Pockerley Waggonway Beamish Museum, Beamish, ENGoperationalAlan Keef Ltd, 2006Replica. Named Puffing Billy.
14wG4'-8½"Locomotion Trust Beamish Museum, Beamish, ENGoperationalLocomotion Enterprises, 1975Replica. Named Locomotion.
6wG4'-8½"Pockerley Waggonway Beamish Museum, Beamish, ENGoperationalAlan Keef Ltd, 2001Replica. Named Steam Elephant.
0-4-0WT24"Rio Negro Dam Devon Railway Centre, Bickleigh, ENGoperationalOrenstein & Koppel #5744, 1912
15 (71529)0-6-0ST4'-8½"War Dept. Avon Valley Railway, Bitton, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2183, 1945Named Earl David.
L.150 (5521)45752-6-2T4'-8½"London Transport Avon Valley Railway, Bitton, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1927
TKh490-6-0T4'-8½"Skawina Metal Works Swindon & Cricklade Railway, Blunsdon, ENGoperationalFablok #3135, 1953Named Spartan.
0-4-0CT4'-8½"Shelton Iron & Steel Co. Foxfield Railway, Blythe Bridge, ENGoperationalDübs & Co. (Scotland) #4101, 1901Informally named Dubsy. Only operational crane tank steam locomotive in the world.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Beyer, Peacock & Co. Foxfield Railway, Blythe Bridge, ENGoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. #1827, 1879
20-4-0ST4'-8½"Kent Electric Power Co. Foxfield Railway, Blythe Bridge, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2842, 1946
0-6-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Foxfield Railway, Blythe Bridge, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3694, 1950Named Whiston.
20-6-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Foxfield Railway, Blythe Bridge, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #3059, 1954Named Florence.
0-6-0WT4'-8½"Haydock Collieries Foxfield Railway, Blythe Bridge, ENGoperationalHaydock Foundry, 1874Named Bellerophon. Owned by the Vintage Carriages Trust.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Port of Par Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2572, 1937Named Judy.
643564000-6-0PT4'-8½"BR (GWR) Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1937
461257000-6-0PT4'-8½"GWR Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1942
30587 (3298)02982-4-0WT4'-8½"BR Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin, ENGoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. #1412, 1874
424742002-8-0T4'-8½"BR (GWR) Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works #2637, 1916
30120 (120)T94-4-04'-8½"BR Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin, ENGoperationalLondon & South Western Railway Nine Elms Works #572, 1899
0-4-2T15"Exmoor Steam Railway Exmoor Steam Railway, Bratton Fleming, ENGprivate operationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #302, 1997Named Ruby. Previously named Dennis. Originally built as 12¼ inch gauge.
0-4-2T12¼"Exmoor Steam Railway Exmoor Steam Railway, Bratton Fleming, ENGprivate operationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #330, 2006Named Lorna Doone.
0-4-2T+T12¼"Exmoor Steam Railway Exmoor Steam Railway, Bratton Fleming, ENGprivate operationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #299, 1995Named Denzil.
2-6-212¼"Exmoor Steam Railway Exmoor Steam Railway, Bratton Fleming, ENGprivate operationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #325, 2009Named Black Beauty.
D2490-4-0WT4'-8½"Fairfield-Mabey Flour Mill Ltd, Bream, ENGprivate operationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #3063, 1918Named Willy.
40-4-0ST24"Ministry of Munitions Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway, Bredgar, ENGprivate operationalW. G. Bagnall #2088, 1919Named Armistice.
0-4-0ST24"Dinorwic Slate Quarry Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway, Bredgar, ENGprivate operationalHunslet Engine Co. #1429, 1922Named Lady Joan.
10-4-0WT24"Norddeutsche Affinerie Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway, Bredgar, ENGprivate operationalBerliner Maschinenbau #9124, 1927Named Bronhilde.
60-4-0WT24"Penrhyn Quarry Railway Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway, Bredgar, ENGprivate operationalOrenstein & Koppel #5668, 1912Named Eigiau.
70-4-2T24"Invicta Mill Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway, Bredgar, ENGprivate operationalDecauville #246, 1897Named Victory.
100-4-2T24"Sena Sugar Estates Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway, Bredgar, ENGprivate operationalJohn Fowler & Co. #13573, 1912Named Zambezi.
0-4-0ST24"London Museum of Water & Steam London Museum of Water & Steam, Brentford, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3906, 2009Named Thomas Wickstead.
20-4-0PT+T24"Nursery Railway Bressingham Steam & Gardens, Bressingham, ENGoperationalBressingham Steam Preservation Trust #2, 2009Named Bevan.
9940-4-0ST24"Penrhyn Quarry Railway Bressingham Steam & Gardens, Bressingham, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #994, 1909Named George Sholto. Previously named Bill Harvey.
37721c2-6-04'-8½"Norwegian State Railways Bressingham Steam & Gardens, Bressingham, ENGoperationalNydqvist & Holm #1164, 1919Named King Haakon VII.
2-6-2T15"Windmill Farm Railway Bressingham Steam & Gardens, Bressingham, ENGoperationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #311, 2001Named St. Christopher.
1510-4-0VBT84¼"GWR South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, ENGdisplaySara & Co. #2180, 1868Named Tiny. Only surviving commercial Brunel gauge steam locomotive in the UK.
320522510-6-04'-8½"GWR (BR) South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 1946Owned by the 2251 Fund. Restored to operation in May 1970. Taken out of service in 2006. Returned to operation in May 2010. Taken out of service again in 2017. Awaiting overhaul.
L.92 (5786)57000-6-0PT4'-8½"London Transport South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1929
136913660-6-0PT4'-8½"GWR South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1934
641264000-6-0PT4'-8½"BR South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1934
416051012-6-2T4'-8½"BR South Devon Railway, Buckfastleigh, ENGout of serviceBR Swindon Works, 1948Restored to operation in February 1993. Taken out of service in June 2003. Returned to operation in August 2006. Taken out of service again in late 2015. On loan from the West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENG until at least 2033. Undergoing overhaul.
8 (47)0-4-0ST4'-8½"Royal Ordnance Factory 8 Mangapps Railway Museum, Burnham-on-Crouch, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2157, 1943Named Fambridge. From the National Coal Board.
2930-4-0ST4'-8½"N. Greening Chasewater Railway, Burntwood, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #1223, 1911
10-6-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Chasewater Railway, Burntwood, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3783, 1953Named Darfield.
104-4-215"Dreamland Miniature Railway Windmill Animal Farm, Burscough, ENGoperationalBassett-Lowke, 1909Named Red Dragon.
60009 (4488)A44-6-24'-8½"BR (LNER) Bury Transport Museum, Bury, ENGdisplayLNER Doncaster Works, 1937Named Union of South Africa. Restored to operation in 1973. Uses the tender of scrapped LNER W1 class 10000 (BR 60700). Retired from excursion service in October 2021 due to leaking boiler tubes. Placed on permanent display at the Bury Transport Museum.
60700 (10000)W14-6-44'-8½"BR (LNER) Bury Transport Museum, Bury, ENGdisplayLNER Darlington Works, 1929Nicknamed 'Hush-Hush'. The engine itself was scrapped after retirement in 1959, but the tender still survives today. It is currently being used behind BR 60009 'Union of South Africa'.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Yates & Duxbury East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #1370, 1915Named May.
750080-6-0ST4'-8½"War Dept. East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #2857, 1943Named Swiftsure.
1320-6-0ST4'-8½"War Dept. East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3163, 1953Named Sapper.
1 (32)0-6-0T4'-8½"Manchester Ship Canal East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #680, 1903Named Gothenburg. Fictionally named Thomas.
42765 (13065)6P5F2-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalLMS Crewe Works #5757, 1927
800804MT2-6-4T4'-8½"BR East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalBR Brighton Works, 1954
44871 (4871)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalLMS Crewe Works, 1945Previously named Sovereign. Currently certified for mainline operations.
45407 (5407)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) East Lancashire Railway, Bury, ENGoperationalArmstrong Whitworth Co. #1462, 1937Named The Lancashire Fusilier. Restored to operation in 1974. Taken out of service in early 2017. Returned to operation in June 2020. Currently certified for mainline operations.
60103 (4472)A3 (A1)4-6-24'-8½"BR (LNER) Riley & Son (E) Ltd, Bury, ENGoperationalLNER Doncaster Works #1564, 02/1923 Named Flying Scotsman. Owned by the National Railway Museum York. Became the first steam locomotive in the world confirmed to have reached 100 mph (1934). Operated in the US and Canada from 1969 to 1971. Returned to operation in January 2016.
11630-4-0ST4'-8½"Whitehead Hill & Co. Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #1163, 1908Named Whitehead. Fictionally named Taffy.
0-4-2IST24"Golden Valley Light Railway Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGoperationalT.D.A. Civil #1, 1997Named Joan.
47327 (23)3F0-6-0T4'-8½"BR (LMS) Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGoperationalNorth British Locomotive Co. #23406, 1926Fictionally named Jinty.
44767 (4767)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGout of serviceLMS Crewe Works, 1947Named George Stephenson. Restored to operation in 1975. Taken out of service in February 2014. Acquired by the West Coast Railway Company in September 2018. Undergoing overhaul.
45551 (5551)Patriot4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGunder constructionThe LMS Patriot ProjectReplica. Named The Unknown Warrior. Construction started in 2008.
731295MT (Standard)4-6-04'-8½"BR Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGoperationalBR Derby Works, 1956
6233 (46233)7P (Coronation)4-6-24'-8½"LMS (BR) Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGoperationalLMS Crewe Works, 1938Named Duchess of Sutherland. Taken out of service in October 2017. Returned to operation in September 2018 and painted in LMS Crimson Lake livery. Currently certified for mainline operations.
46203 (6203)8P (Princess Royal)4-6-24'-8½"BR (LMS) Midland Railway - Butterley, Butterley, ENGout of serviceLMS Crewe Works, 07/1935Named Princess Margaret Rose. Owned by the Princess Royal Class Locomotive Trust. Restored to operation in June 1990. Previously operated in 1996. Awaiting possible overhaul.
45231 (5231)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) West Coast Railways Carnforth, Carnforth, ENGprivate operationalSir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. #1286, 1936Named The Sherwood Forester.
45690 (5690)6P5F (Jubilee)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) West Coast Railways Carnforth, Carnforth, ENGprivate operationalLMS Crewe Works #288, 1936Named Leander. Currently certified for mainline operations.
45699 (5699)6P5F (Jubilee)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) West Coast Railways Carnforth, Carnforth, ENGprivate operationalLMS Crewe Works #297, 1936Named Galatea. Masqueraded as BR 45562 'Alberta' in 2020 and BR 45627 'Sierra Leone' in 2021. Currently certified for mainline operations.
46115 (6115)7P (Royal Scot)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) West Coast Railways Carnforth, Carnforth, ENGprivate operationalNorth British Locomotive Co. #23610, 1927Named Scots Guardsman. One of only two surviving LMS Royal Scott class locomotives, the other one being LMS (BR) 6100 "Royal Scot". Currently certified for mainline operations.
6201 (46201)8P (Princess Royal)4-6-24'-8½"LMS (BR) West Coast Railways Carnforth, Carnforth, ENGout of serviceLMS Crewe Works, 11/1933Named Princess Elizabeth. Owned by the 6201 Princess Elizabeth Locomotive Society. Previously overhauled in 2019. Taken out of service in June 2022. Awaiting overhaul.
1900-6-0ST4'-8½"War Dept. Colne Valley Railway, Castle Hedingham, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3790, 1952
45163 (5163)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Colne Valley Railway, Castle Hedingham, ENGrestorationArmstrong Whitworth Co., 07/1935Owned by the BR 45163 Ltd. To eventually be restored to operating condition.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Northampton & Lamport Railway, Chapel Brampton, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #2104, 1948
0-4-0ST4'-8½"South Wales Warehouses Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Chatham, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #1903, 1936Named Little Lady.
3610-4-0ST4'-8½"Ministry of Defence Historic Dockyard, Chatham, Chatham, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Hawthorns #7042, 1941Named Ajax.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Keighley & Worth Valley Churnet Valley Railway, Cheddleton, ENGstoredAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2226Named Katie. From a garden center.
TKh490-6-04'-8½"Spa Valley Churnet Valley Railway, Cheddleton, ENGstoredOwned by the TKh Support Group.
TKh490-6-0T4'-8½" Churnet Valley Railway, Cheddleton, ENGoperationalFablok #2944, 1952Named Hotspur.
5197S1602-8-04'-8½"USATC Churnet Valley Railway, Cheddleton, ENGoperationalLima #8856, 06/1945Privately owned.
6046S1602-8-04'-8½"USATC Churnet Valley Railway, Cheddleton, ENGoperationalBaldwin #70280, 1945Privately owned.
8F2-8-04'-8½" Churnet Valley Railway, Cheddleton, ENGrestoration#48173Privately owned.
0-4-0T15"Eaton Railway Eaton Estate, Chester, ENGprivate operationalFMB Engineering Co., 1994Replica. Named Katie.
506 (62660)11F (D11)4-4-04'-8½"Great Central (BR) Barrow Hill Roundhouse Railway Centre, Chesterfield, ENGdisplayGCR Gorton Works, 12/1919Named Butler Henderson. Owned by the National Railway Museum York. Restored to operation in March 1982. Retired from excursion service in 1992.
0-4-2ST24"Penrhyn Quarry Railway Apedale Valley Light Railway, Chesterton, ENGoperationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #2395, 1917Named Stanhope. Owned by the Moseley Railway Trust.
30140-6-0T24"French Army Apedale Valley Light Railway, Chesterton, ENGoperationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #3014, 1916Run by the Moseley Railway Trust.
0-6-0WT24"Ashanti Goldfields Corp. Apedale Valley Light Railway, Chesterton, ENGoperationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #1238, 1916Run by the Moseley Railway Trust.
30-4-0+0-4-0T15"Kirklees Light Railway Kirklees Light Railway, Clayton West, ENGoperationalBrian Taylor, 1998Named Hawk.
40-4-0+0-4-0TG15"Kirklees Light Railway Kirklees Light Railway, Clayton West, ENGoperationalBrian Taylor #12, 2000Named Owl.
20-6-4ST15"Kirklees Light Railway Kirklees Light Railway, Clayton West, ENGoperationalBrian Taylor, 1991Named Badger.
2-6-2T15"Kirklees Light Railway Kirklees Light Railway, Clayton West, ENGoperationalBrian Taylor, 1987Named Fox.
242-6-215"Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway, Cleethorpes, ENGoperationalFairbourne Railway Fairbourne Works #4, 1990
6284O42-8-015"Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway, Cleethorpes, ENGoperationalT. Turner, 2009Completed by Ray Crome and Roger Loxley.
2-6-2T15"Perrygrove Railway Perrygrove Railway, Coleford, ENGoperationalAlan Keef Ltd #5360, 2008Named Lydia.
0-4-215"Heatherslaw Light Railway Heatherslaw Light Railway, Cornhill-on-Tweed, ENGoperationalRavenglass & Eskdale Railway Ravenglass Works, 1989Named Lady Augusta.
2-6-0T+T15"Heatherslaw Light Railway Heatherslaw Light Railway, Cornhill-on-Tweed, ENGoperationalNeville Smith, 2010Named Bunty. Completed by Alan Keef.
20-4-0ST4'-8½"United Steel Companies Rocks by Rail: the Living Ironstone Museum, Cottesmore, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #1931, 1927
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Cottesmore Ironstone Quarry Rocks by Rail: the Living Ironstone Museum, Cottesmore, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2088, 1940Named Sir Thomas Royden.
17190-4-0ST4'-8½"Hurlford Fireclay Works East Somerset Railway, Cranmore, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #1719, 1920Named Lady Nan.
563756000-6-2T4'-8½"BR (GWR) East Somerset Railway, Cranmore, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1925
46100 (6100)7P (Royal Scot)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Crewe Works (Royal Scot Locomotive & General Trust), Crewe, ENGoperationalNorth British Locomotive Co., 06/1930Named Royal Scott. Previously named The King's Dragoon Guardsman. Restored to operation in 1972. Taken out of service in April 2009. Returned to operation in 2015 and painted in BR Brunswick green livery.
502940734-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) Crewe Works (Royal Scot Locomotive & General Trust), Crewe, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 1934Named Nunney Castle. Restored to operation in 1990. Taken out of service in late 2015. Awaiting overhaul.
60532 (532)A24-6-24'-8½"BR (LNER) Crewe Works (Royal Scot Locomotive & General Trust), Crewe, ENGoperationalDoncaster Locomotive Works, 1948Named Blue Peter. Restored to operation in 1971. Suffered some damage from a catastrophic uncontrolled wheelslip in 1994. Taken out of service in 2002. Test fired in 2023. Returned to operation in 2024 and painted in BR express passenger blue livery.
2007P22-8-24'-8½"LNER A1 Steam Locomotive Trust, Darlington, ENGunder constructionA1 Steam Locomotive Trust (Darlington Works)Named Prince of Wales. Construction on Prince of Wales began in 2014 with its design based on P2 No. 2001 Cock o' the North. It is expected to be completed sometime in 2025 and will run excursions on the mainline and heritage railways.
60163A14-6-24'-8½"BR (LNER) A1 Steam Locomotive Trust, Darlington, ENGout of serviceA1 Steam Locomotive Trust (Darlington Works) #2195, 2008 Named Tornado. First brand-new mainline steam locomotive built in the UK since 1960. Painted in the BR express passenger blue livery from 2012 to 2014. Taken out of service in January 2022. Undergoing overhaul. Test fired on November 9, 2023.
93Steam Railmotor (Diagram R)4'-8½"GWR Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1908Only surviving GWR steam railmotor. Restored to operation in 2011.
13380-4-0ST4'-8½"GWR (Cardiff) Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGout of serviceKitson & Co. #3799, 1898Restored to operation in 1987. Debuted in excursion service in 2000. Previously operated in June 2007. Awaiting overhaul.
365057000-6-0PT4'-8½"GWR Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1939
2-2-284¼GWR Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGrestorationFire Fly Project, 2005Replica. Named Fire Fly. Will become the only operational Brunel gauge steam locomotive in the world when the restoration to operation is complete.
414451012-6-2T4'-8½"BR (GWR) Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1946
407940734-6-04'-8½"GWR (BR) Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 02/1924Named Pendennis Castle. Operated in excursion service in Australia from 1978 to 1994. Restored back to operation in August 2021. Debuted in excursion service in the UK on April 2, 2022.
505140734-6-04'-8½"GWR (BR) Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 05/1936Named Earl Bathurst. Previously named Drysllwyn Castle. Restored to operation in 1979. Previously operated in 2008. Awaiting possible overhaul.
101410004-6-04'-8½"GWR Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGunder constructionGWR Swindon WorksNamed County of Glamorgan. Being built using parts from a GWR Hall class (the boiler will come from an LMS 8F class).
602360004-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 1930Named King Edward II. Taken out of service for major maintenance in September 2012. Returned to operation in January 2013. Taken out of service again in September 2020. Awaiting overhaul.
299929004-6-04'-8½"GWR Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 2019Named Lady of Legend. Construction completed in 2019. Second newly-built steam locomotive in the UK. Built using parts from GWR Hall class 4942 "Maindy Hall".
494249004-6-04'-8½"GWR (BR) Didcot Railway Centre, Didcot, ENGscrappedGWR Swindon Works, 1929Named Maindy Hall. Scrapped sometime during the late 2010s. Some parts have been reused for the construction of newly-built GWR Saint class 2999 "Lady of Legend".
90-4-0Tram24" North Ings Farm Museum, Dorrington, ENGoperationalT. Hall #1859401, 1994Named Swift.
10-4-0ST+T15"Sherwood Forest Railway Sherwood Forest Railway, Edwinstowe, ENGoperationalK. Hardy #1, 1991Named Smokey Joe.
20-4-0ST+T15"Sherwood Forest Railway Sherwood Forest Railway, Edwinstowe, ENGoperationalK. Hardy #2, 1998Named Pet.
100-4-0VBT4'-8½"Kent & East Sussex Railway Elsecar Heritage Railway, Elsecar, ENGoperationalSentinel Waggon Works #6807, 1928Named Gervase.
160-6-0ST4'-8½"Acton Hall Colliery Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway, Embsay, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #2705, 1945Named Beatrice.
470-6-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway, Embsay, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Hawthorns #7849, 1955Named Moorbarrow.
0-6-2T12¼"Exbury Gardens Railway Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway, Exbury, ENGoperationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #315, 2001Named Rosemary.
0-6-2T12¼"Exbury Gardens Railway Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway, Exbury, ENGoperationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #316, 2002Name Naomi.
2-6-012¼"Exbury Gardens Railway Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway, Exbury, ENGoperationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #326, 2008Named Mariloo.
310-6-0ST4'-8½"Sir Robert McAlpine & Sons Fawley Hill, Fawley, ENGprivate operationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #1026, 1913The Fawley HIll Railway has a maximum gradient of 1:13, the steepest in Great Britain.
30-4-0ST24"Provan Gas Works Kempton Steam Railway, Feltham, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #984, 1903Named Darent.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Holborough Cement Co. Fifield Central, Fifield, ENGprivate operationalPeckett & Sons #1756, 1928Named Hornpipe.
91016 (1016)Hr14-6-260BR (Valtion Rautatiet/State Railways - Fi) Fifield Central, Fifield, ENGprivate operationalTampella Locomotive Works #946, 1955Named Lady Patricia. Restored to operation in June 2023. Only operational broad gauge steam locomotive in the UK. Largest operational steam locomotive in the UK.
4wWT4'-8½"Vickers Armstrong Fifield Central, Fifield, ENGout of serviceAveling & Porter #8800, 1917Named Sir Vincent. Technically very similar to a traction engine/steam tractor. Undergoing overhaul.
220-4-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Bowes Railway, Gateshead, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2274, 1949
W24O20-4-4T4'-8½"BR Isle of Wight Steam Railway, Havenstreet, ENGoperationalLondon & South Western Railway Nine Elms Works #341, 1891Named Calbourne.
1920-6-0ST4'-8½"War Dept. Isle of Wight Steam Railway, Havenstreet, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3792, 1953Named Waggoner.
W8 (46)A1X0-6-0T4'-8½"Southern Isle of Wight Steam Railway, Havenstreet, ENGoperationalLondon, Brighton & South Coast Railway Brighton Work, 1876Named Freshwater. Previously named Newington.
W11 (40)A1X0-6-0T4'-8½"Southern Isle of Wight Steam Railway, Havenstreet, ENGoperationalLondon, Brighton & South Coast Railway Brighton Work, 1878Named Newport. Previously named Brighton.
140-6-0ST4'-8½"Preston Docks Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway, Haverthwaite, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2682, 1942Named Princess.
29960-6-0ST4'-8½"British Motor Corp. Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway, Haverthwaite, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2996, 1951Named Victor.
170-6-0T4'-8½"Carron Iron Co. Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway, Haverthwaite, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #1245, 1911Informally named Thomas.
420734MT2-6-4T4'-8½"BR Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway, Haverthwaite, ENGoperationalBR Brighton Works, 1950
43924 (3924)4F (3835)0-6-04'-8½"BR Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Haworth, ENGoperationalMidland Railway Derby Works, 10/1920
90733 (79257)8F2-8-04'-8½"BR Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Haworth, ENGoperationalVulcan Foundry #5200, 01/1945
5820S1602-8-04'-8½"USATC Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Haworth, ENGoperationalLima #8758, 1945Named Big Jim.
750784MT4-6-04'-8½"BR Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Haworth, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 1956
45212 (5212)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Haworth, ENGoperationalArmstrong Whitworth Co., 1935Restored to operation in October 2016.
45596 (5596)6P5F (Jubilee)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Haworth, ENGoperationalNorth British Locomotive Co., 01/1934Named Bahamas. Only LMS Jubilee class preserved with a double chimney. Restored to operation in October 1972. Taken out of service in 2013. Returned to operation in early 2019. Currently certified for mainline operations.
340924-6-24'-8½"BR Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, Haworth, ENGoperationalBR Brighton Works, 09/1949Named City of Wells.
21 (34)0-4-0WT24"Minas y Ferrocarril de Utrillas West Lancashire Light Railway, Hesketh Bank, ENGoperationalOrenstein & Koppel #6641, 1913Named Montalban.
22 (35)0-4-0WT24"Minas y Ferrocarril de Utrillas West Lancashire Light Railway, Hesketh Bank, ENGoperationalOrenstein & Koppel #2378, 1907Named Utrillas.
90-6-0WT24"Carrieres de la Valee-Meureuse West Lancashire Light Railway, Hesketh Bank, ENGoperationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #2045, 1915Named Joffre.
22-4-2T12¼"Newchapel, Horne & Burstow Grand Junction Railway Newchapel, Horne & Burstow Grand Junction Railway, Horne, ENGprivate operationalBuilder info unknown. Named Exmoor. Probably built by Exmoor Steam Railway in the 1990s.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Courtaulds Telford Steam Railway, Horsehay, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #1722, 1926Named Rocket.
0-4-0Tram24"Telford Town Tramway Telford Steam Railway, Horsehay, ENGoperationalAlan Keef Ltd, 1979Named Thomas.
561956000-6-2T4'-8½"BR (GWR) Telford Steam Railway, Horsehay, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1925
17040-6-0T4'-8½"Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers Ingrow Loco, Ingrow, ENGoperationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #1704, 1938Named Nunlow. Operated by the Bahamas Locomotive Society.
1054 (7799)0-6-2T4'-8½"London & North Western Railway Ingrow Loco, Ingrow, ENGoperationalLondon & North Western Railway Crewe Works #2979, 1888Named Coal Tank. Operated by the Bahamas Locomotive Society.
3970-4-4T4'-8½"Duke of Sutherland Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGrestorationSharp, Stewart & Co. #4085, 1898Named Dunrobin. From England, then Ft. Steele, BC, CAN, then England again.
150115000-6-0PT4'-8½"BR Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 1949
813 (26)0-6-0ST4'-8½"GWR (Port Talbot Railway & Docks) Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGout of serviceHudswell, Clarke & Co. #555, 06/1901Owned by the GWR 813 Preservation Fund. Restored to operation in July 2000. Taken out of service in September 2009. Returned to operation in August 2016. Taken out of service again in April 2022 due to a fracture in the supports under the cab.
431064MT2-6-04'-8½"BR Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGoperationalBR Darlington Works #2148, 1951
13268 (42968)5MT (5P4F)2-6-04'-8½"LMS (BR) Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGoperationalLMS Crewe Works, 1934Owned by the Stanier Mogul Fund. Restored to operation in 1991. Taken out of service in 1998 due to deterioration of the firebox stays. Taken out of service again for overhaul in 2014. Returned to operation in 2023 and painted in LMS lined black livery.
456645002-6-2T4'-8½"BR Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1924
285728002-8-04'-8½"GWR Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works #2763, 1918Restored to operation in September 1979. Taken out of service in January 2023. Awaiting overhaul.
780278004-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 01/1938Named Bradley Manor. Owned by the Erlestoke Manor Fund. Restored to operation in 1993. Taken out of service in July 2019 due to a broken piston. Undergoing major maintenance and repairs as of November 2022.
781278004-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 01/1939Named Erlestoke Manor. Owned by the Erlestoke Manor Fund. Restored to operation in September 1979. Taken out of service in December 2017. Undergoing major maintenance and repairs as of December 2022.
45110 (5110)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGout of serviceVulcan Foundary, 1935Restored to operation in 1970. Taken out of service in 1980. Returned to operation in 1998. Taken out of service again in 2008. Awaiting possible overhaul. Rumored to have been sold in August 2023. Current location unknown.
C127 (34027)7P 5FA (West Country)4-6-24'-8½"Southern (BR) Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGoperationalSR Brighton Works, 04/1946Named Taw Valley. Repainted in a special purple livery for Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee and temporarily renumbered to 70 in April 2022. Repainted in SR wartime black livery in February 2023.
34053 (C153)7P 5FA (West Country)4-6-24'-8½"BR (Southern) Severn Valley Railway, Kidderminster, ENGoperationalSR Brighton Works, 01/1947Named Sir Keith Park.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"South Durham & Lancashire Union Railway Stainmore Railway Co., Kirkby Stephen, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #2084, 1948Named F.C. Tingey.
890-2-2VBT23½"Launceston Steam Railway Launceston Steam Railway, Launceston, ENGoperationalC. Parmenter, 2004Named Perseverance.
0-4-0ST23½"Penrhyn Quarry Railway Launceston Steam Railway, Launceston, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #317, 1883Named Lilian.
0-4-0ST23½"Dinorwic Slate Quarry Launceston Steam Railway, Launceston, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #679, 1898Named Covertcoat.
0-4-0ST23½"Dorothea Quarry Launceston Steam Railway, Launceston, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #763, 1901Named Dorothea.
0-4-0ST24"Callender Cable & Construction Co. Alan Keef Ltd, Lea, ENGprivate operationalW. G. Bagnall #2133, 1924Can be seen during annual open days. Named Woto.
0-4-0VBT24" Alan Keef Ltd, Lea, ENGprivate operationalAlan Keef Ltd #30, 1990Can be seen during annual open days. Named Taffy.
1310H (Y7)0-4-0T4'-8½"North Eastern Railway (UK) Middleton Railway, Leeds, ENGoperationalNorth Eastern Railway Gateshead Works #38, 1891
L0-6-0ST4'-8½"Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers Middleton Railway, Leeds, ENGoperationalManning Wardle #1601, 1901Named Matthew Murray.
3 (293)0-6-0ST4'-8½"Slough Estates Middleton Railway, Leeds, ENGoperationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #1544, 1924
10-4-0ST24"Minworth Sewage Works Abbey Pumping Station, Leicester, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2087, 1919Named Leonard.
30-4-0T24"Hoogly Docking & Engineering Co. Leighton Buzzard Railway, Leighton Buzzard, ENGoperationalBaguley Cars #2007, 1921Named Rishra.
10-4-0VBT24"Pen-y-Bryn Quarry Leighton Buzzard Railway, Leighton Buzzard, ENGoperationalDe Winton & Co., 1877Named Chaloner.
110-4-0WT24"Solvay Alkai Works Leighton Buzzard Railway, Leighton Buzzard, ENGoperationalOrenstein & Koppel #5834, 1912Named P.C. Allen.
50-6-0WT24"Likomba Development Co. Leighton Buzzard Railway, Leighton Buzzard, ENGoperationalOrenstein & Koppel #12740, 1936Named Elf.
77810-12-D4-6-0PT24"War Dept. Leighton Buzzard Railway, Leighton Buzzard, ENGoperationalBaldwin #44656, 1917
380-4-0ST24"Dinorwic Slate Quarry Hollycombe Working Steam Museum, Liphook, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #638, 1895Named Jerry M.
10-2-24'-8½"Liverpool & Manchester Railway Science Museum, London, ENGdisplayRobert Stephenson & Co. (Darlington Works), 1829Named Rocket. Winner of the 1829 Rainhill Trials.
4wG60Wylam Colliery Science Museum, London, ENGdisplayWilliam Hedley, 1813Named Puffing Billy. Oldest surviving steam locomotive in the world.
597249004-6-04'-8½"Hogwarts Railways (GWR) Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, London, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 04/1937Named Olton Hall. Fictionally named Hogwarts Castle. Owned by West Coast Railway Co. Featured in the Harry Potter films. Taken out of service in 2014. Awaiting possible overhaul.
60-6-2T15"Jungle Express Longleat Safari & Adventure Park, Longleat, ENGoperationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #323, 2004Named John Hayton.
47406 (16489)3F0-6-0T4'-8½"BR Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGoperationalVulcan Foundry #3977, 1926
922149F2-10-04'-8½"BR Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 10/1959Named Central Star. Previously named Cock O' the North.
465212MT2-6-04'-8½"BR Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGout of serviceBR Swindon Works, 1953Fictionally named Blossom. Owned by Charles Newton and Loughborough Standard Locomotive Group Ltd. Restored to operation in July 1974. Taken out of service in 2000. Taken out of service again in October 2022. Undergoing overhaul.
48624 (8624)8F (7F)2-8-04'-8½"BR Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGoperationalSR Ashford Works, 1943
45305 (5305)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGout of serviceSir W.G. Armstrong Whitworth & Co. #1360, 01/1937Named Alderman A.E. Draper. Mainline certification expired in 2020. Taken out of service in October 2021. Undergoing overhaul.
702740734-6-04'-8½"BR Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGrestorationBR Swindon Works, 1949Named Thornbury Castle. Sold to the 4709 Project Group, Didcot, ENG in August 2022. Rumored to be used as spare parts for the new-build GWR 4-4-0 County class 3840 "County of Montgomery" with the boiler being used from GWR 2-8-0 2800 class 2861.
699069594-6-04'-8½"BR Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGout of serviceBR Swindon Works, 04/1948Named Witherslack Hall. Restored to operation in 1986. Taken out of service for boiler repairs in 2001. Returned to operation in 2015. Masqueraded as BR 6988 'Swithland Hall' in 2023. Taken out of service again in December 2023. Undergoing overhaul.
777 (30777)N154-6-04'-8½"Southern (BR) Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGout of serviceNorth British Locomotive Co., 06/1925Named Sir Lamiel. Owned by the National Railway Museum York. Restored to operation in 1982. Taken out of service in October 2017. Undergoing overhaul.
700137MT (Britannia)4-6-24'-8½"BR Great Central Railway, Loughborough, ENGout of serviceBR Crewe Works, 05/1951 Named Oliver Cromwell. Owned by the National Railway Museum York. One of only two surviving BR Britannia class locomotives, the other one being BR 70000 'Britannia'. Taken out of service in late November 2018. Undergoing overhaul.
20-4-0ST4'-8½"Cawdor Quarry Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, Ludborough, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #1749, 1928Named Fulstow.
38060-6-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Dean Forest Railway, Lydney, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3806, 1953Named Wilbert.
554145752-6-2T4'-8½"BR Dean Forest Railway, Lydney, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1928
4-4-0T600mmTongaat Sugar, Natal Woody Bay Station, Lynton, ENGout of serviceW. G. Bagnall #2819, 1946Named Charles Wytock. Undergoing a full 10-year overhaul with a new boiler.
4wG36" Blists Hill Victorian Town, Madeley, ENGoperationalGKN Steel Co., 1990Replica of Richard Trevithick's Coalbrookdale locomotive, the world's first steam locomotive ever built (1802). No records of it successfully running exist.
10-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Manchester Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Hawthorns #7416, 1948Named Agecroft.
2-2-04'-8½"Liverpool & Manchester Railway Manchester Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester, ENGoperationalManchester Museum of Science and Industry #2, 1991Replica. Named Planet.
20-4-0ST4'-8½"Nobel's Explosives Tanfield Railway, Marley Hill, ENGoperationalR. & W. Hawthorn Leslie & Co. #2859, 1911
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Redheugh Gas Works Tanfield Railway, Marley Hill, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Hawthorns #7409, 1948Named Sir Cecil A. Cochrane.
30-6-0T4'-8½"Beamish Colliery Tanfield Railway, Marley Hill, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Co. (Darlington Works) #2730, 1891Named Twizell.
0-4-2T600mmRustenberg Platinum Mines Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, Martinhoe Cross, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #3023, 1953Named Isaac.
0-6-0T600mmFrench Army Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, Martinhoe Cross, ENGoperationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #2451, 1915Named Axe.
762E2-4-2T600mmSouthern (Lynton & Barnstaple) Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, Martinhoe Cross, ENGoperationalAlan Keef Ltd, 2017 Named Lyn.
750190-6-0ST4'-8½"War Dept. Peak Rail, Matlock, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3883, 1944Named Lord Phil.
935193002-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 10/1934Originally built as a GWR 5101 class 2-6-2T type. Previously converted to a GWR 4300 class 2-6-0 type. Converted again to a GWR 9300 class in 2004. Taken out of service in late 2013. Returned to operation in January 2019.
53808 (88)7F2-8-04'-8½"BR (SDJR) West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENGout of serviceRobert Stephenson & Co. (Darlington Works), 1925Owned by the Somerset & Dorset Railway Trust. Restored to operation in Aug 1987. Taken out of service in Oct 2014. Returned to operation in Feb 2016. Leased to the Mid Hants Railway from 2020 to 2023. Taken out of service in Oct 2023. Awaiting overhaul.
385028842-8-04'-8½"BR (GWR) West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 06/1942Owned by the Dinmore Manor Locomotive Ltd. Restored to operation in 2006. Taken out of service in September 2015. Undergoing overhaul.
782278004-6-04'-8½"BR West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 12/1950Named Foxcote Manor. Owned by the Foxcote Manor Society. Restored to operation in 1988. Taken out of service in December 2014. Returned to operation in April 2016. On loan to the WSR until at least March 2026.
696069594-6-04'-8½"GWR (BR) West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 03/1944Named Raveningham Hall. Owned by the Locomotive Services Ltd. Restored to operation in 1975. Taken out of service in April 2003. Returned to operation in November 2011. Taken out of service again in July 2021. Awaiting overhaul.
782878004-6-04'-8½"BR West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 12/1950Named Odney Manor. Previously named Norton Manor. Restored to operation in December 1987. Taken out of service in 2016. Returned to operation in December 2018.
602460004-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) West Somerset Railway, Minehead, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 06/1930Named King Edward I. Owned by the Royal Scot Locomotive & General Trust. Restored to operation in February 1989. Taken out of service in April 2012. Returned to operation in August 2022.
40-4-015"Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, New Romney, ENGoperationalLocomotivfabrik Krauss & Co. #8378, 1926Named The Bug.
14-6-215"Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, New Romney, ENGoperationalDavey, Paxman & Co., 1925Named Green Goddess.
34-6-215"Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, New Romney, ENGoperationalDavey, Paxman & Co. #16040, 1926Named Southern Maid.
74-6-215"Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, New Romney, ENGoperationalDavey, Paxman & Co. #16043, 1927Named Typhoon.
84-6-215"Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, New Romney, ENGoperationalDavey, Paxman & Co. #16044, 1927Named Hurricane.
94-6-215"Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, New Romney, ENGoperationalYorkshire Engine Co. #2294, 1931Named Winston Churchill.
104-6-215"Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, New Romney, ENGoperationalYorkshire Engine Co. #2295, 1931Named Dr. Syn.
A No. 50-6-0PT4'-8½"Consett Steel & Iron Co. Stephenson Railway Museum, North Shields, ENGoperationalKitson & Co. #2509, 1883
414151012-6-2T4'-8½"GWR Epping Ongar Railway, Ongar, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1946
60-4-0ST4'-8½"Irlam Soap Works Cambrian Heritage Railways, Oswestry, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #2131, 1951Named Oliver Veltom.
427742002-8-0T4'-8½"GWR Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Co., Paignton, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works #2857, 1920Named Hercules.
523952052-8-0T4'-8½"GWR Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Co., Paignton, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1924Named Goliath.
782778004-6-04'-8½"BR Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Co., Paignton, ENGout of serviceBR Swindon Works, 12/1950Named Lydham Manor. Restored to operation in March 1973. Taken out of service in October 2020. Undergoing overhaul.
730505MT (Standard)4-6-04'-8½"BR Nene Valley Railway, Peterborough, ENGout of serviceBR Derby Works, 04/1954Named City of Peterborough. Owned by the Peterborough City Council. Restored to operation in 1972. Taken out of service in Sep 2014. Undergoing overhaul. Tender is temporarily used for BR 9F class 92134 at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENG.
10-4-2ST30"Antigua SugarFMB Engineering, Petersfield, ENGstoredKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #3025, 1917Named Edith. From a sugar factory in Antigua, English Harbour.
63395 (2238)Q6 (T2)0-8-04'-8½"BR North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoperationalNorth Eastern Railway Darlington Works, 1918
921349F2-10-04'-8½"BR North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoperationalBR Crewe Works, 05/1957Restored to operation in September 2019. Temporarily uses the tender of BR Standard 5MT class 73050 "City of Peterborough". Original tender is sold and modified for use behind BR 8P class 71000 "Duke of Gloucester".
36722-10-04'-8½"War Dept. North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoverhaulNorth British Locomotive Co., 1944
760794MT2-6-04'-8½"BR North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoperationalBR Horwich Works, 1957
1264 (61264)B14-6-04'-8½"LNER (BR) North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoperationalNorth British Locomotive Co., 1947One of only two surviving BR (LNER) class B1 locomotives, the other one being BR 61306 'Mayflower'. Restored to operation by the Great Central Railway in March 1997. Taken out of service in late 2014. Returned to operation in June 2016.
44806 (4806)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGout of serviceLMS Derby Works, 07/1944Named Kenneth Aldcroft. Previously named Magpie. Restored to operation in September 1995. Taken out of service in May 2017. Undergoing overhaul.
750294MT4-6-04'-8½"BR North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 1954Named The Green Night.
5428 (45428)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"LMS (BR) North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoperationalArmstrong Whitworth Co., 1937Named Eric Treacy. Restored to operation in the early 1980s. Taken out of service in 2016. Returned to operation in July 2018. Painted into LMS wartime black livery in August 2021. Currently certified for mainline operations.
60007 (4498)A44-6-24'-8½"BR (LNER) North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering, ENGoperationalLNER Doncaster Works #1864, 10/1937Named Sir Nigel Gresley. Taken out of service in September 2015. Painted in LNER wartime black livery in August 2021 during its overhaul. Returned to operation in March 2022. Repainted back into BR express passenger blue livery in January 2023.
60-4-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Ribble Steam Railway, Preston, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2261, 1949Named Fife Flyer.
210-6-0ST4'-8½"British Steel Corp. Ribble Steam Railway, Preston, ENGoperationalHawthorn Leslie & Co. #3931, 1938Named Linda.
40-6-0ST4'-8½"Birchenwood Gas Works Ribble Steam Railway, Preston, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2680, 1944Named Courageous. Previously named Birchenwood.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Associated Portland Cement Manufacturers Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #699, 1891Named Swanscombe.
V750-4-0ST4'-8½"Frazer & Chalmers Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2469, 1932Named Scott.
10-4-0ST4'-8½"Millom & Askam Hematite Iron Co. Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #1742, 1946Named Millom.
2087 (55)0Y10-4-0ST4'-8½"Courtaulds Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #2087, 1948Named Gibraltar. Previously named Dafydd, then Miranda.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #2105, 1951Named Rokeby.
1 (L44)E0-4-4T4'-8½"Metropolitan Railway Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalMetropolitan Railway Neasden Works, 1898
660-6-0ST4'-8½"National Coal Board Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #3890, 1964Last commercial standard gauge steam locomotive built in the UK.
10-6-0T4'-8½"Coltness Iron Co. Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalNorth British Locomotive Co. #24564, 1939Named Coventry.
30585 (314)02982-4-0WT4'-8½"BR Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENGoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. #1414, 1874
30-8-215"Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, Ravenglass, ENGoperationalSir Arthur Heywood, 1894Named River Irt.
102-6-215"Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, Ravenglass, ENGoperationalRavenglass & Eskdale Railway Ravenglass Works, 1976Named Northern Rock.
72-8-215"Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, Ravenglass, ENGoperationalDavey, Paxman & Co. #21104, 1923Named River Esk.
92-8-215"Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, Ravenglass, ENGoperationalClarkson & Sons #4669, 1966Named River Mite.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Royal Navy Whitwell & Reepham Railway, Reepham, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2199, 1945Named Victory.
620-6-0ST4'-8½"Stewarts & Lloyds Spa Valley Railway, Royal Tunbridge Wells, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Hawthorns #7673, 1950Named Ugly.
630-6-0ST4'-8½"Stewarts & Lloyds Great Central Railway - Nottingham, Ruddington, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Hawthorns #7761, 1954Named Corby.
2-4-0ST+T12"Ruislip Lido Railway Ruislip Lido Railway, Ruislip, ENGoperationalRuislip Lido Railway Ruislip Works, 1998Named Mad Bess.
40-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Rushden Transport Museum & Railway, Rushden, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2168, 1940Named Edmundsons.
2-2wWT4'-8½"Holborough Cement Co. Rushden Transport Museum & Railway, Rushden, ENGoperationalAveling & Porter #9449, 1926Named The Blue Circle. Technically very similar to a traction engine/steam tractor.
10-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Appleby Frodingham Railway Preservation Society, Scunthorpe, ENGoperationalPeckett & Sons #1438, 1916
720106P5F (Clan)4-6-24'-8½"BR CTL Seal, Sheffield, ENGunder constructionThe Clan Project (CTL Seal)Named Hengist. Will be the 1,000th BR Standard type steam locomotive when construction is complete. Under construction as of 2023.
985 (68088)Y7 (H)0-4-0T4'-8½"LNER Poppy Line (North Norfolk Railway), Sheringham, ENGoperationalLNER Darlington Works #1205, 1923
7564 (65462)J15 (Y14)0-6-04'-8½"LNER Poppy Line (North Norfolk Railway), Sheringham, ENGoperationalGreat Eastern Railway Stratford Works, 1912
1744 (69523)N2/10-6-2T4'-8½"Great Northern (BR) Poppy Line (North Norfolk Railway), Sheringham, ENGout of serviceNorth British Locomotive Co. Ltd, 02/1921Only surviving steam tank locomotive purely designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. Restored to operation in April 1994. Taken out of service in November 2018 due to a leaky foundation ring. Undergoing overhaul.
922039F2-10-04'-8½"BR Poppy Line (North Norfolk Railway), Sheringham, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 04/1959Named Black Prince.
760844MT2-6-04'-8½"BR Poppy Line (North Norfolk Railway), Sheringham, ENGoperationalBR Horwich Works, 1957
8572 (61572)B124-6-04'-8½"LNER (BR) Poppy Line (North Norfolk Railway), Sheringham, ENGout of serviceBeyer, Peacock & Co. #6488, 1928Restored to operation in late 1994. Taken out of service in 2007. Returned to operation in 2012 and painted in LNER apple green livery. Taken out of service again in late October 2021. Undergoing overhaul.
20A50-4-04'-8½"Furness Railway Locomotion: the National Railway Museum at Shildon, Shildon, ENGoperationalSharp, Stewart & Co. #1448, 1863Oldest operational standard gauge steam locomotive in the UK.
5000 (45000)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"LMS (BR) Locomotion: the National Railway Museum at Shildon, Shildon, ENGdisplayLMS Crewe Works, 03/1935Owned by the National Railway Museum York. Restored to operation in 1979. Retired from excursion service in 1989 due to a failed steam test.
14wG56Stockton & Darlington Railway Locomotion: the National Railway Museum at Shildon, Shildon, ENGdisplayRobert Stephenson & Co. (Darlington Works), 1825Named Locomotion. From the Darling Railway Museum, Darlington, ENG. First steam locomotive in the world to carry passengers on a public rail line.
30075 (669)620-6-0T4'-8½" North Dorset Railway, Shillingstone, ENGrestorationDjuro Djakovic Works, Slavonski Brod, Croatia #669, 1960
30076 (521)620-6-0T4'-8½" North Dorset Railway, Shillingstone, ENGrestorationDjuro Djakovic Works, Slavonski Brod, Croatia #521, 1954
0-4-2ST30"Bowaters Paper Railway Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway, Sittingbourne, ENGoperationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #926, 1905Named Leader.
0-6-2T30"Bowaters Paper Railway Sittingbourne & Kemsley Light Railway, Sittingbourne, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2624, 1922Named Superb.
968257000-6-0PT4'-8½"BR GWR Preservation Group, Southall, ENGprivate operationalBR Swindon Works, 05/1949
700007MT (Britannia)4-6-24'-8½"BR Icons of Steam, Southall, ENGoperationalBR Crewe Works, 01/1951Named Britannia. First steam locomotive designed by BR to be built. Owned by the Royal Scot Locomotive & General Trust. Taken out of service in September 2020. Taken out of service again in late August 2023. Returned to operation on March 6, 2024.
44932 (4932)5MT (5)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) West Coast Railways Southall, Southall, ENGprivate operationalHorwich Works #154, 09/1945Restored to operation in 1972. Taken out of service in 2020. Returned to operation in August 2022. Currently certified for mainline operations.
61306 (1306)B14-6-04'-8½"LNER West Coast Railways Southall, Southall, ENGprivate operationalNorth British Locomotive Co. #26207, 1948Named Mayflower. One of only two surviving BR (LNER) class B1 locomotives, the other one being BR 61264. Never carried LNER livery prior to preservation. Currently certified for mainline operations.
34067 (C167)7P 5FA (West Country)4-6-24'-8½"BR (Southern) West Coast Railways Southall, Southall, ENGprivate operationalSR Brighton Works, 09/1947Named Tangmere. Restored to operation in early 2003. Taken out of service in 2016 due to firebox problems. Returned to operation in October 2021. Currently certified for mainline operations.
20-6-015"Lappa Valley Steam Railway Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St. Newlyn East, ENGoperationalBerwyn Engineering #4, 1967Named Muffin. From the Longleat Safari & Adventure Park, Warminster, ENG.
10-6-4T15"Lappa Valley Steam Railway Lappa Valley Steam Railway, St. Newlyn East, ENGoperationalSevern Lamb #7434, 1974Named Zebedee. Rebuilt from an 0-6-2T type in 1990.
0-4-0T24" Richmond Light Railway, Sutton Valence, ENGprivate operationalOrenstein & Koppel #3136, 1908Named Susan.
0-4-0WT24" Richmond Light Railway, Sutton Valence, ENGprivate operationalArnold Jung Lokomotivfabrik #3175, 1921Named Jenny.
30053M70-4-4T4'-8½"BR Swanage Railway, Swanage, ENGoperationalLondon & South Western Railway Nine Elms Works, 12/1905
801044MT2-6-4T4'-8½"BR Swanage Railway, Swanage, ENGoperationalBR Brighton Works, 1955
34028 (C128)7P 5FA (West Country)4-6-24'-8½"BR (Southern) Swanage Railway, Swanage, ENGoperationalSR Brighton Works, 04/1946Named Eddystone. Owned by Southern Locomotives Ltd. Restored to operation in September 2003. Taken out of service in December 2021 due to flat wheels. Returned to operation in February 2022.
340704-6-24'-8½"BR Swanage Railway, Swanage, ENGoperationalSR Brighton Works, 11/1947Named Manston.
3717 (3440)37004-4-04'-8½"GWR Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon, ENGdisplayGWR Swindon Works #2000, 04/1903Named City of Truro. Became the first steam locomotive in the UK claimed to have reached 100 mph (102 mph, 1904). Retired from excursion service in 2006 due to firebox damage.
407340734-6-04'-8½"GWR (BR) Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon, ENGdisplayGWR Swindon Works, 08/1923Named Caerphilly Castle. Owned by the National Railway Museum York.
600060004-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) Museum of the Great Western Railway, Swindon, ENGdisplayGWR Swindon Works, 06/1927Named King George V. Owned by the National Railway Museum York. Restored to operation in November 1968. Retired from excursion service in September 1987.
10-4-024"Ryam Sugar Co. Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalDavenport Locomotive Works #1650, 1918
0-4-0ST24"Statfold Barn Railway Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalHunslet Engine Co. #3903, 2005Named Statfold.
0-4-0ST24"Statfold Barn Railway Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalHunslet Engine Co. #3904, 2007Named Jack Lane.
0-4-0ST24"Penrhyn Quarry Railway Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalHunslet Engine Co. #921, 1906Named Sybil Mary.
0-4-0T24"Penrhyn Quarry Railway Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalAvonside Engine Co. #2067, 1933Named Marchlyn.
60-4-0T30" Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalLa Meuse #3243, 1926Sold to the St. Nicholas Abbey Heritage Railway, Barbados.
0-4-0T24"Dinorwic Quarries Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate displayHunslet Engine Co. #492, 1889Named King of the Scarlets; From Langstaff, Ontario.
0-4-0T24"Dinorwic Quarries Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate displayHunslet Engine Co. #1709, 1932Named Michael. From Langstaff, Ontario.
0-4-0T24"Avonmouth Smelting Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #3128, 1918From Langstaff, Ontario.
20-4-0VB24"Statfold Barn Railway Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalWilbrighton Wagon Works #2, 2007Named Paddy.
0-4-0WT22¾"Lord Penrhyn Slate Quarries (Durham County Waterboard) Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGstoredAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #1991, 1931 Named Cegin, from Bangor, North Wales then Chickamauga, GA, then Manati, Puerto Rico.
20-4-2ST24"British Aluminium Co. Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalHunslet Engine Co. #1842, 1936Named Howard.
40-4-2ST24"Indonesian Forestry Service Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalHunslet Engine Co. #3902, 1971Last commercial steam locomotive built in the UK. Named Trangkil.
90-4-4-024"Statfold Barn Railway Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalArnold Jung Lokomotivfabrik #4878, 1930Named SF.Djatibarang.
110-6-024"Colonial Sugar Refining Co. Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #972, 1912Named Fiji.
20-6-0PT24"Sociedad Hullera Espanola Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalL. Corpet #439, 1884Named Minas de Aller.
2910-6-0ST24"Statfold Barn Railway Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalPeckett & Sons #2050, 1944From Harrogate Gas Works. Named Harrogate.
0-6-0T24"Rugby Portland Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate restorationPeckett & Sons #1632, 1932Named Liass. From Langstaff, Ontario.
GP 390-6-0WT24"Surrey County Council Highways Dept. Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #1643, 1930
4-4-0T24"Tongaat Sugar, Natal Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalW. G. Bagnall #2820, 1945Named Isibutu.
10-12-D4-6-0PT600mmNorthwestern (British Govt) Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGstoredBaldwin #44657, 12/1916
105810-12-D4-6-0PT600mmNorthwestern (British Govt) Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGstoredBaldwin #45190, 02/1917
10-4-24'-8½"Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden, ENGdisplayAlfred Dodman & Co. (Highgate Foundry), 01/1893Named Gazelle. Originally built for William Burkitt as a 2-2-2WT type. Acquired by Thomas W. Ward in 1910. Previously operated in 1970. Owned by the National Railway Museum York. Smallest surviving standard gauge steam locomotive in the UK.
1400-6-0ST4'-8½"Parkgate Iron & Steel Co. Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden, ENGoperationalManning Wardle #1955, 1917Named Charwelton.
3 (32670)A1X0-6-0T4'-8½"Kent & East Sussex Railway (BR) Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden, ENGoperationalLondon, Brighton & South Coast Railway Brighton Work, 1872Named Bodiam. Previously named Poplar.
32678 (8)A1X0-6-0T4'-8½"BR (Kent & East Sussex Railway) Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden, ENGoperationalLondon, Brighton & South Coast Railway Brighton Work, 1880Named Knowle. Previously named Bembridge.
65 (22)S1000-6-0T4'-8½"Southern Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden, ENGoperationalVulcan Foundry #4441, 1943Named Maunsell.
376 (19)21c2-6-04'-8½"Kent & East Sussex Railway Kent & East Sussex Railway, Tenterden, ENGoperationalNydqvist & Holm #1163, 1919Named Norwegian.
0-4-0ST24"Callender Cable & Construction Co. Threlkeld Quarry & Mining Museum, Threlkeld, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2135, 1926Named Sir Tom.
40-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Kingfisher Line, Titley, ENGprivate operationalPeckett & Sons #1738, 1928
554245752-6-2T4'-8½"GWR Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, Toddington, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 1928
280728002-8-04'-8½"GWR Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, Toddington, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works #2102, 10/1905
427042002-8-0T4'-8½"GWR Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, Toddington, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works #2850, 1919Owned by Locomotive Services Ltd.
782078004-6-04'-8½"BR Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, Toddington, ENGoperationalBR Swindon Works, 1950Named Dinmore Manor.
70-4-0ST24" North Gloucestershire Railway, Toddington, ENGoperationalArnold Jung Lokomotivfabrik #939, 1906Named Justine.
60-4-2T24"Gledhow-Chaka's Kraal Sugar Estates North Gloucestershire Railway, Toddington, ENGoperationalHunslet Engine Co. #2075, 1940Named Chaka's Kraal.
10910-8-0T24" North Gloucestershire Railway, Toddington, ENGoperationalHenschel & Son #15968, 1918
0-4-0T+T15"Evesham Vale Light Railway Evesham Vale Light Railway, Twyford, ENGoperationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #312, 2003Named St. Egwin.
0-4-2T15"Evesham Vale Light Railway Evesham Vale Light Railway, Twyford, ENGoperationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #300, 1996Named Monty. Previously named Markeaton Lady. From the Markeaton Park Railway, Derby, Derbyshire.
30-6-2T+T15"Evesham Vale Light Railway Evesham Vale Light Railway, Twyford, ENGoperationalSevern Lamb, 1970Named Dougal. From the Longleat Safari & Adventure Park, Warminster, ENG.
1 (6)0-4-0ST4'-8½"General Electric Co. (UK) Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGprivate operationalPeckett & Sons #2004, 1942Named Percy.
L.94 (7752)57000-6-0PT4'-8½"London Transport Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGprivate operationalNorth British Locomotive Co. #24040, 1930
960057000-6-0PT4'-8½"BR (GWR) Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGprivate operationalGWR Swindon Works, 1945
45593 (5593)6P5F (Jubilee)4-6-04'-8½"BR (LMS) Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGout of serviceNorth British Locomotive Co. #24151, 1934Named Kolhapur. Restored to operation in the 1980s. Previously operated in 1997. Awaiting overhaul.
702940734-6-04'-8½"BR Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGprivate operationalBR Swindon Works, 1950Named Clun Castle. Restored to operation in 1967. Taken out of service in October 1988. Returned to operation in October 2017. Currently certified for mainline operations.
508040734-6-04'-8½"GWR (BR) Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 05/1939Named Defiant. Previously Named Ogmore Castle. Restored to operation in July 1987. Previously operated in 1997. Loaned to the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, Quainton, ENG from January 2002 to May 2017. Awaiting possible overhaul.
496549004-6-04'-8½"GWR Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGout of serviceGWR Swindon Works, 1931Named Rood Ashton Hall. Taken out of service in June 2019 due to major boiler work. Awaiting overhaul.
504340734-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGprivate operationalGWR Swindon Works, 1936Named Earl of Mount Edgcumbe. Previously named Banbury Castle. Taken out of service in 2018. Returned to operation on February 24, 2023. Currently certified for mainline operations.
688068004-6-04'-8½"BR (GWR) Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGoperationalGWR Swindon Works, 04/2024Named Betton Grange. Construction completed on April 12, 2024. Third newly-built steam locomotive in the UK. Built using parts from a GWR Hall class.
710008P4-6-24'-8½"BR Tyseley Locomotive Works, Tyseley, ENGout of serviceBR Crewe Works, 04/1954Named Duke of Gloucester. Only surviving BR Standard class 8. Owned by the BR Class 8 Steam Locomotive Trust. Restored to operation sometime in the 1970s. Taken out of service in August 2012. Undergoing overhaul. Test fired on December 3, 2023.
30-4-0T4'-8½"Dorking Greystone Lime Co. Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalFletcher, Jennings & Co. #158, 1877Named Captain Baxter.
263 (31263)H0-4-4T4'-8½"South Eastern & Chatham Railway Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalSouth Eastern & Chatham Railway Ashford Works, 1905
30541 (541)Q0-6-04'-8½"BR (Southern) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalSR Eastleigh Works, 1939
592 (31592)C0-6-04'-8½"South Eastern & Chatham Railway (BR) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalSouth Eastern & Chatham Railway Longhedge Works, 1902
72 (32636)A1X0-6-0T4'-8½"LBSCR (BR) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalLBSCR Brighton Works, 09/1872Named Fenchurch. Taken out of service in 1975 due to extensive cracks in the firebox. Taken out of service again in late 2019. Returned to operation in September 2022.
178 (31178)P0-6-0T4'-8½"South Eastern & Chatham Railway (BR) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalSouth Eastern & Chatham Railway Ashford Works, 1910Named Pioneer II.
323 (31323)P0-6-0T4'-8½"South Eastern & Chatham Railway (BR) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalSouth Eastern & Chatham Railway Ashford Works, 1910Named Bluebell.
55 (32655)A1X0-6-0T4'-8½"LBSCR (BR) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGout of serviceLondon, Brighton & South Coast Railway Brighton Work, 12/1875Named Stepney. Previously operated in June 2012. Awaiting possible overhaul. One of three steam locomotives in real life featured in Thomas & Friends, the others being Flying Scotsman and City of Truro.
B473 (32473)E40-6-2T4'-8½"Southern (BR) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalLondon, Brighton & South Coast Railway Brighton Work, 1898Previously named Birch Grove.
847 (30847)S154-6-04'-8½"Southern (BR) Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalSR Eastleigh Works, 1936
730825MT (Standard)4-6-04'-8½"BR Bluebell Railway, Uckfield, ENGoperationalBR Derby Works, 06/1955Named Camelot. Restored to operation in 1995. Owned by the 73082 Camelot Locomotive Society. Previously overhauled in 2015. Currently certified for mainline operations.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Bowaters Paper Railway East Anglian Railway Museum, Wakes Colne, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2542, 1936Named Jubilee.
540-6-0ST4'-8½"Stewarts & Lloyds East Anglian Railway Museum, Wakes Colne, ENGoperationalRobert Stephenson & Hawthorns #7031, 1941Named Pen Green.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum, Wetheringsett, ENGoperationalW. G. Bagnall #2565, 1936
0-4-0WTram4'-8½" Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum, Wetheringsett, ENGoperationalJohn Cockerill #2525, 1906
150-6-0ST4'-8½"British Sugar Corp. Mid-Suffolk Light Railway Museum, Wetheringsett, ENGoperationalHudswell, Clarke & Co. #1700, 1938Named Wissington.
20-4-2ST30"Bowaters Paper Railway ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Whipsnade, ENGoperationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #1049, 1908Named Excelsior.
40-6-2T30"Bowaters Paper Railway ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, Whipsnade, ENGoperationalKerr, Stuart & Co. (Stoke on Trent) #4034, 1920Named Superior.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"Kilnhurst Tar Works Ecclesbourne Valley Railway, Wirksworth, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2217, 1947Named Henry Ellison.
30-4-0ST4'-8½"Central Electricity Generating Board Ecclesbourne Valley Railway, Wirksworth, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #2360, 1954Named Brian Harrison.
0-6-0T15"Wotton Light Railway Wotton Light Railway, Wotton Underwood, ENGprivate operationalExmoor Steam Railway Bratton Fleming Works #301, 1996Named Sandy.
90-4-0T+T24"Gartell Light Railway Gartell Light Railway, Yenston, ENGoperationalAlan White, 2008Named Jean.
60-4-2T24"Gartell Light Railway Gartell Light Railway, Yenston, ENGoperationalNorth Dorset Locomotive Works #698, 1998Named Mr. G.
0-4-0ST4'-8½"War Dept. Yeovil Railway Centre, Yeovil, ENGoperationalAndrew Barclay Sons & Co. #1398, 1915Named Lord Fisher.
0-2-24'-8½"Liverpool & Manchester Railway National Railway Museum, York, ENGoperationalLocomotion Enterprises, 1979Replica. Named Rocket.
C1 (33001)Q10-6-04'-8½"Southern (BR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplaySR Brighton Works, 1942Restored to operation by the Bluebell Railway in September 1980. Previously overhauled in 1992. Retired from excursion service in 2000.
127510010-6-04'-8½"Stockton & Darlington (LNER) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayDübs & Co. (Scotland), 05/1874Only surviving long boiler class steam locomotive in the UK.
1247 (68846)J52 (J13)0-6-0ST4'-8½"Great Northern (BR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplaySharp, Stewart & Co., 05/1899Placed on display in Sacramento, CA in 1991 for Railfair 91. Loaned to the East Somerset Railway from 1995 to 1998, temporarily repainted into BR lined black livery, and temporarily renumbered to 4247.
49395 (485)7F (G2)0-8-04'-8½"BR (LNWR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayLNWR Crewe Works, 06/1921Nicknamed 'Super D'. Restored to operation in 2005. Retired from excursion service in March 2015. On loan to the Shildon Locomotion Museum, County Durham.
922209F2-10-04'-8½"BR National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayBR Swindon Works, 03/1960Named Evening Star. Last commercially-built mainline steam locomotive in the UK.
66X12-2-4T4'-8½"North Eastern (LNER) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayGateshead Works, 1869Named Aerolite. Originally built as a 2-2-2WT type. Previously converted to a 4-2-2T type in 1892. Converted again to 2-2-4T in 1902. Last operational 2-cylinder compound locomotive in service in the UK prior to its retirement.
7901P (Precedent)2-4-04'-8½"LNWR National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayLNWR Crewe Works, 1873Named Hardwicke. Nicknamed Jumbo. Restored to operation in July 1975. Retired from excursion service in 1982.
1008 (50621)52-4-2T4'-8½"Lancashire & Yorkshire (BR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayHorwich Railway Works, 1889
4771 (60800)V22-6-24'-8½"LNER (BR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayLNER Doncaster Works #1837, 1936Named Green Arrow. Restored to operation in January 1972. Retired from excursion service on April 21, 2008. On loan to the Danum Gallery, Library and Museum in Doncaster, Waterdale until at least 2024.
2500 (42500)4MT2-6-4T4'-8½"LMS (BR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayLMS Derby Works, 1934Operated briefly in excursion service in the early 1970s and early 1980s. Loaned to the Barrow Hill Roundhouse in 2015 and 2016.
1G4-2-24'-8½"Great Northern (LNER) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayDoncaster Locomotive Works, 1870Only surviving GNR Stirling Single locomotive, as well as the only 4-2-2 type locomotive in the UK. Operated briefly in excursion service on the Great Central Railway in the early 1980s. Became the basis for Emily the Stirling Engine from Thomas & Friends.
990 (3990)C2 (C1)4-4-24'-8½"Great Northern (LNER) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayDoncaster Locomotive Works, 1898Named Henry Oakley. Operated briefly in excursion service in the 1950s and 1970s.
400340004-6-04'-8½"GWR National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayGWR Swindon Works, 1907Named Lode Star. Only surviving GWR Star class locomotive.
6229 (46229)7P (Coronation)4-6-24'-8½"LMS (BR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayLMS Crewe Works, 1938Named Duchess of Hamilton. Only surviving streamlined LMS Coronation class locomotive. Restored to operation in 1980. Retired from excursion service in 1996.
350298P (Merchant Navy)4-6-24'-8½"BR National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayEastleigh Works, 1949Named Ellerman Lines. Now a cut-away display.
4468 (60022)A44-6-24'-8½"LNER (BR) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayLNER Doncaster Works #1870, 03/1938Named Mallard. World speed record-holder for steam locomotives (125.88 mph, July 3, 1938). Restored to operation in 1986. Operated briefly in excursion service until 1988.
KF7 (607)KF4-8-44'-8½"China Railways National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayVulcan Foundry, 1935Only surviving Chinese steam locomotive in the UK.

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