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Number
and
Name
Class Wheels
Gauge
Builder
Works No/Year built
Notes/Location
  Я   0-6-0
Well Tank
Standard
EB Wilson
/1854
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(EB Wilson /1854)

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J.T.Leather Waterloo Main Col, requisitioned for Crimea and rebuilt. 

  Я   0-4-0VB
Tank
3'
William Balmforth / Balmforth Bros
/1896
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(William Balmforth / Balmforth Bros /1896)

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(William Balmforth / Balmforth Bros /1896)
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Piel and Walney Gravel Co Ltd, Walney Island near Barrow, rebuilt with a Burrel traction engine boiler in 1955. 

  Я   0-4-0VB
Tank
3'
William Balmforth / Balmforth Bros
/1898
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(William Balmforth / Balmforth Bros /1898)

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(William Balmforth / Balmforth Bros /1898)
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Piel and Walney Gravel Co Ltd, Walney Island near Barrow, rebuilt with a Marshall traction engine boiler in 1955. 

G-ABVE  Arrow Active 2  Ψ Arrow Aircraft (Leeds) Ltd
/1932
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Re-engined 1958, rebuilt 1989. Survives at Real Aeroplane Co, Breighton, Yorkshire. 
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U328  Я LCT Bus Body on Ryknield Chassis 
Ω
Leeds City Transport
/1905
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Leeds City Transport. Open top bus, 24 upstairs, 14 downstairs, Rear Entrance. U 327 and U 328 are recorded in LCTís records as having home built bodywork but evidence suggests that they may have been bodied by the chassis builder Ryknield. They are recorded here for completeness; both were rebuilt to single deck by LCT 1906.. 
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U327  Я LCT Bus Body on Ryknield Chassis 
Ω
Leeds City Transport
/1905
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Leeds City Transport. Open top bus, 24 upstairs, 14 downstairs, Rear Entrance. U 327 and U 328 are recorded in LCTís records as having home built bodywork but evidence suggests that they may have been bodied by the chassis builder Ryknield. They are recorded here for completeness; both were rebuilt to single deck by LCT 1906.. 
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88, NVW961  29 seat forward door coach on Bedford OW/OY chassis  Body
Ω
Wilks & Meade
/1949
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Hick, Braintree. Older Bedford O series chassis which had been rebuilt and refurbished prior to being sent to Wilks and Meade to be bodied. The O series was generally used as a truck and it is likely that the W&M bodies marked the first use as psvís of these chassis.. 
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89, NVW962  29 seat forward door coach on Bedford OW/OY chassis  Body
Ω
Wilks & Meade
/1949
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Hick, Braintree. Older Bedford O series chassis which had been rebuilt and refurbished prior to being sent to Wilks and Meade to be bodied. The O series was generally used as a truck and it is likely that the W&M bodies marked the first use as psvís of these chassis.. 
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Я   0-4-0
Saddle Tank
Standard
Thornewill & Warham
/1874
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Rebuilt by Hunslet from a well tank 1900. 
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OUB225  33 seat forward door coach on Leyland TS7 chassis  Body
Ω
Wilks & Meade
/1951
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Wallace Arnold. Secondhand chassis bought from East Yorkshire Motor Services (registered AKH 768). Rebuilt and refurbished before being rebodied by Wilks and Meade. There is some suggestion that it received a secondhand body removed from another vehicle but it has not been possible to confirm this.. 
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OUB226  33 seat forward door coach on Leyland TS7 chassis  Body
Ω
Wilks & Meade
/1951
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Wallace Arnold. Secondhand chassis bought from East Yorkshire Motor Services (registered AKH 776). Rebuilt and refurbished before being rebodied by Wilks and Meade. There is some suggestion that it received a secondhand body removed from another vehicle but it has not been possible to confirm this.. 
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KE2319  "Heinz"   Plough
Ω
John Fowler
1050/1868
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Rebuilt 1911 - 1912 by Thomas Wood of Crookenhill Kent with Burrell single crank compound cylinder block.. 
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  "ANCOATS" Я H  0-4-0
Saddle Tank
Standard
Manning Wardle
1091/1888
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ANCOATS (Manning Wardle 1091/1888)

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ANCOATS (Manning Wardle 1091/1888)
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Thomas Andrew Walker, Ellesmere Port. Later owned by Isham Ironstone Quarry rebuilt in 1922 by Blackwells (Northants) with a boiler and engine from a second hand Sentinel wagon as described by LTC Rolt in Old Motor.. 

27 279  "Thomond" Я 279/E1  0-4-2
Tank
5'3"
Avonside (Bristol)
1127/1876
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Waterford Limerick and Western Rly (Ireland) rebuilt as 0-4-4T. 
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  0-4-0
Fireless
3'
Andrew Barclay (Kilmarnock)
1212/1912
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6  (Andrew Barclay (Kilmarnock) 1212/1912)

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6 (Andrew Barclay (Kilmarnock) 1212/1912)
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John Lysaght Ltd, Scunthorpe [May not have left the works in this form; rebuilt as 0-4-0T 10x18 cyls]. 

  "WALTER SCOTT" Я K  0-6-0
Saddle Tank
Standard
Manning Wardle
1237/1892
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WALTER SCOTT (Manning Wardle 1237/1892)

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Walter Scott and Co., Corby, Rebuilt by MW 1917. 
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353  Я WD  4-6-0
Tank
2'
Hunslet Engine Co
1265/1917
Survivor
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353  (Hunslet Engine Co 1265/1917)

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353 (Hunslet Engine Co 1265/1917)
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War Dept Order no 37930, Rebuilt to steam outline petrol loco, now at Old Gesher museum, Israel. 
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  Locomotive engine 
Standard
Carret, Marshall and Co
128/1854
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Richard Barrow for Staveley Ironworks and Collieries. Sold to Midland Railway in 1866 and rebuilt. Withdrawn 1897.. 
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16, 682  Я   0-6-0
Saddle Tank
Standard
Hudswell Clarke
1405/1920
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Cardiff Railway, Great Western Railway, British Railways, withdrawn 1953. Rebuilt as pannier tank by GWR.. 
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NO747  BBS  Plough
Ω
John Fowler
14266/1914
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Rebuilt with Sherman Tank engine. Survives in Binton, Stratford on Avon. 
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