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Name
Class Wheels
Gauge
Builder
Works No/Year built
Notes/Location
  λ 3 ton Steam Loco Crane  4w
7'/4'8½"
Joseph Booth and Bros
/1880

Gloucester Docks, later converted to Std gauge now at Middleton Rly..  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros /1880)

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  λ 20 ton Overhead Steam Crane 
Joseph Booth and Bros
1390/1900

G.Brown and Bros, Stockton on Tees, Preston Park Eaglescliffe.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 1390/1900)

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  λ 5 ton Steam Loco Crane 
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
1887/1905

Wallsend Slipway and Engineering.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 1887/1905)

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  λ 8 ton Steam Locomotive Crane  4w double flanged
9'11½"
Joseph Booth and Bros
2561/1912

B.Riley and Sons., Halifax. to Ollerenshaw, Greetland, Sowerby Bridge.  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  λ 7 ton Steam Locomotive Crane  4w
3'6"
Joseph Booth and Bros
2569/1912

Mashonaland Rly.Co.Ltd., London. Preserved: Bulawayo Museum..  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  λ 5 ton Steam Loco Crane  6w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
2581/1912

Argentine North Eastern Rly, Survives - Basavilbaso railroad museum.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 2581/1912)

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  λ 2 x 20 ton Steam Loco Breakdown Cranes 
5'6"
Joseph Booth and Bros
2582/1912

India Stores, One survives - Moghalpura, Lahore, Pakistan.  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  λ Я 15 ton Electric Crab + New Girders 
Joseph Booth and Bros
3275/1917

T.F.Braime, Leeds.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 3275/1917)

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  λ 25 ton Steam Breakdown Crane  10w
3'6"
Joseph Booth and Bros
3456/1920

Mashonaland Rly Co, Preserved Bulawayo Museum, later NRZ no. MXU 100 007.  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  λ 35 ton Steam Breakdown Crane  4-4w
5'6"
Joseph Booth and Bros
3672/1924

Portuguese Govt. Rly. Survives Entroncamento National Rly Museum, Ex Camhinos do Ferro Minho a Douro, Ordered via Selson Engr. Co., London and The Engineering Co. of Portugal, Lisboa..  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  λ 12.5T  6w
Metre
Joseph Booth and Bros
3783/1928

Sao Joao del Rei, Minas Gerais, Museum, EFOM Estrada de Ferro Oeste de Minas MG convertrd to 760mm.  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  λ 2 x 25 ton Steam Breakdown Crane 
Metre
Joseph Booth and Bros
3791/1926

Cordoba Central Railway, 3791A In use 2003, 3791B urep 2003.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 3791/1926)

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  λ 5 ton steam locomotive crane  4w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
3801/1926

Peru Southern Rly. Seen oou 2005.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 3801/1926)

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  λ 2 x 5 ton Steam Locomotive cranes  6w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
4144/1930

Argentine North Eastern Rly, Ferroclub, Lynch Preservation Centre, Argentina North Eastern (FNEA).  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 4144/1930)

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 4144/1930)
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  λ 5 ton Steam Locomotive Cranes and one Priestman grab  4w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
4161A/1931

Yorkshire Hematite Contracting Co, Viaduct Works, Kirkstall Road, Leeds, later noted at Leeds Industrial COOP, first crane survives, Briggs Mirfield. Clayton Boilers 6505 and 6506 fitted.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 4161A/1931)

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  λ 5 ton Steam Locomotive Cranes and one Priestman grab  4w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
4161B/1931

Yorkshire Hematite Contracting Co, Viaduct Works, Kirkstall Road, Leeds, later noted at Leeds Industrial COOP, first crane 6505 and 6506 fitted. Armley Mills.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 4161B/1931)

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 4161B/1931)
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  λ 36 ton Steam Breakdown Crane  6-4w
3'6"
Joseph Booth and Bros
4317/1935

South African Rlys and Harbours, Johannesburg. Preserved Reefsteamers, Germiston, South Africa.  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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1748S DS1748  λ 12T hand  6w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
4854/1943

Southern Railway now at Bluebell.  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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1749S DS1749  λ 12T hand  6w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
4855?/1943

Southern Railway now at Tanat Valley.  Survivor Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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  λ 7.5 ton steam loco crane  4w
Standard
Joseph Booth and Bros
4973/1944

Ministry of Supply, later to Gloucester Docks. Survives at Gloucester Docks.  Survivor

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 4973/1944)

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(Joseph Booth and Bros 4973/1944)
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