0-6-0ST steam locomotive 'No. 44', "Conway"

[Made In Leeds]



Built 1933, at Leeds
Weight Somewhere about 38 to 40 tons
Length over buffers 29' 1" (approx 8.9 m)
Driving wheels 3' 6" diameter (approx 106 cm)
Cylinders 2 (inside), 16" diameter (approx 405 mm)
Previously worked Stewarts & Lloyds steelworks, Corby, Northamptonshire
Entered collection Purchased from a private owner in 2006 with support from the PRISM fund
Current status Recently returned from NRM "Locomotion" at Shildon, following some restoration.  On display while awaiting further cosmetic restoration.


More details of this locomotive are given in our stockbook.

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