4-4-0 Locomotives in Great_Britain

Railroads that used 4-4-0 Locomotives in Great_Britain (data provided by Steve Llanso of Sweat House Media)

Surviving Examples of 4-4-0 Locomotives in Great_Britain

No.ClassF.M. WhyteGaugeRailroad LineLocationStatusBuilder InfoNotes
925V4-4-04'-8½"Southern (NULL) Watercress Line (Mid Hants Railway), Alresford, ENGoperationalSR Eastleigh Works, 1934Named Cheltenham.
30120 (120)T94-4-04'-8½"BR (NULL) Bodmin & Wenford Railway, Bodmin, ENGoperationalLondon & South Western Railway Nine Elms Works #572, 1899
4-4-0T600 mmTongaat Sugar, Natal (NULL)unknown, Woody Bay, Lynton, ENGoperationalW.G. Bagnall #2819, 1946Named Charles Wytock. From Lynton and Barnstaple; unsure of exact location
90-4-4-024"Statfold Barn Railway (NULL) Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalArnold Jung Lokomotivfabrik #4878, 1930Named SF.Djatibarang
4-4-0T24"Tongaat Sugar, Natal Statfold Barn Railway, Tamworth, ENGprivate operationalW.G. Bagnall #2820, 1945Named Isibutu.
3717 (3440)37004-4-04'-8½"GWR (NULL) National Railway Museum, York, ENGdisplayGWR Swindon Works #2000, 4/1903First steam locomotive in the UK claimed to have reached 100 mph (1904). Named City of Truro.
85V4-4-05'-3"Great Northern Railway (Ireland) Railway Preservation Society of Ireland, Whitehead, NRLoperationalBeyer, Peacock & Co. #6733, 1932Named Merlin
246 (62712)D494-4-04'-8½"LNER Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, Bo'ness, SCToperationalLNER Darlington Works, 1928Named Morayshire
444-4-015"Lancaster & Chester Railway (NULL) Rhyl Miniature Railway, Rhyl, WALoperationalCagney, 1910
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