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== Operational steam locomotives ==
 
== Operational steam locomotives ==
All operational steam locomotives are based at Bridgnorth. From time to time locomotives may undergo short term repairs or be on hire to other railways. For up to date details of availability see the SVR website [http://www.svr.co.uk/MeetTheLoco.aspx?id=20 Operational Locomotives page].  
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All operational steam locomotives are based at Bridgnorth. From time to time locomotives may undergo short term repairs or be on hire to other railways. For up to date details of availability and the direction in which locomotives are facing, see the SVR website [http://www.svr.co.uk/MeetTheLoco.aspx?id=20 Operational Locomotives page].  
  
 
Please note that loco directions can change at any time, sometimes for a day or week or so, and sometimes more long-term!
 
Please note that loco directions can change at any time, sometimes for a day or week or so, and sometimes more long-term!
  
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The 'Date to traffic' gives an indication when the locomotive's current boiler 'ticket' started. Although commonly known as a 'ten year ticket' they are commonly seven years with a three year extension (or five plus five). In addition, inspectors have in recent years granted short extensions sufficient for the locomotive to see out the full running season at the end of their ticket. Please note, however, that there are annual inspections and times when for boiler or mechanical reasons a locomotive may not last the full period, and so it can be misleading to give an 'end' date.
! Original owner !! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !!  Built  !!  Owner !! Facing !! Notes
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| Port Talbot Railway || 0-6-0ST  || - || [[GWR 813 Saddle Tank|813]] || - || 1901 || [[The GWR 813 Preservation Fund | The GWR 813 Preservation Fund]] || Kidderminster || Built by Hudswell Clarke.  GWR green.
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! Original owner !! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !!  Built  !!  Owner !! Date to traffic !! Notes
 
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| GWR || 0-4-2T || 1400 || [[GWR 1450|1450]] || - || 1935 || Mike Little || Kidderminster || BR Green, Late Crest Now Resident on the SVR
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| Port Talbot Railway || 0-6-0ST  || - || [[GWR 813 Saddle Tank|813]] || - || 1901 || [[The GWR 813 Preservation Fund | The GWR 813 Preservation Fund]] || data-sort-value="1/8/2016" | August 2016||GWR Green, Great Western lettering. Built by Hudswell Clarke.
 
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| BR (WR) || 0-6-0PT || 1500 || [[GWR Pannier 1501|1501]] || - || 1949 || [[15xx Pannier Tank Trust]] ||Bridgnorth || BR Lined Black, Early Emblem. BR built to GWR design  
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| BR || 0-6-0PT || 1500 || [[GWR Pannier 1501|1501]] || - || 1949 || [[1501 Pannier Tank Association]] || data-sort-value="1/8/2012" | August 2012||BR Lined Black, Early Emblem. BR built to GWR design. Boiler certificate till February 2022.
 
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| GWR || 2-8-0 || 2800 || [[GWR 2857 Heavy Goods Loco|2857]] || - || 1918 || [[The 2857 Society | The 2857 Society]] ||Bridgnorth || GWR Green, GWR Lettering
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| GWR || 2-8-0 || 2800 || [[GWR 2857 Heavy Goods Loco|2857]] || - || 1918 || [[The 2857 Society | The 2857 Society]] ||data-sort-value="1/7/2011" | July 2011 ||GWR Green, GWR Lettering. Boiler certificate till July 2022.<ref>SVR News 207, pp. 17, 44-46</ref>
 
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| GWR ||0-6-0PT  ||5700 Class Pannier|| [[GWR Pannier 7714|7714]] || - || 1930|| [[SVR Pannier Tank Fund]] || Kidderminster || BR Black Early Crest.
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| GWR || 4-6-0 || 6959 Modified Hall || [[GWR 6960 Raveningham Hall | 6960]] || Raveningham Hall || 1944 || Locomotive 6960 Ltd ||data-sort-value="1/1/2011" | 2011|| GWR Lined Green, GW Lettering. [[Steam Locomotives hired by the SVR|Arrived on hire]] in 2019, remaining until expiry of boiler certificate in July 2021<ref>NBI announcement, 15 November 2019</ref>
 
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| GWR || 4-6-0 || 7800 Manor || [[GWR 7802 Bradley Manor|7802]] || Bradley Manor || 1938 || [[The Erlestoke Manor Fund | The Erlestoke Manor Fund]] || Kidderminster || BR green, Late Crest
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| GWR ||0-6-0PT  ||5700 Class Pannier|| [[GWR Pannier 7714|7714]] || - || 1930|| [[SVR Pannier Tank Fund]] ||data-sort-value="16/12/2016" | 16 December 2016|| BR Black, Late Crest.
 
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| GWR || 4-6-0 || 7800 Manor || [[GWR 7812 Erlestoke Manor|7812]] || Erlestoke Manor || 1939 || [[The Erlestoke Manor Fund | The Erlestoke Manor Fund]] || Bridgnorth || BR green, Late Crest
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| SR || 4-6-2 || Bulleid Battle of Britain Class || [[SR 34027 Taw Valley|34027]] || Taw Valley || 1946 || [[Taw Valley Limited]] || data-sort-value="1/5/2015" | May 2015||BR Green, Late Crest.
 
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| SR || 4-6-2 || Bulleid Battle of Britain Class || [[SR 34027 Taw Valley|34027]] || Taw Valley || 1946 || Phil Swallow || Kidderminster || BR Green, Late Crest.
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| BR || 2-6-0 || Ivatt Class 4 || [[LMS Ivatt Class 4 43106|43106]] || - || 1951 || [[Ivatt Class 4 Group]] || data-sort-value="1/7/2013" | July 2013|| BR Lined Black, Late Crest. 'The Flying Pig'. Built by BR at Darlington to LMS design. Boiler certificate till 2023.<ref>[https://www.svrlive.com/blfeb21 White, Martin, 'A busy winter at Bridgnorth MPD', Branch Lines, February 2021] (Retrieved 8 February 2021)</ref>
 
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| SR || 4-6-2 || Bulleid Battle of Britain Class || [[SR 34053 Sir Keith Park|34053]] || Sir Keith Park || 1947 || [[Southern Locomotives Limited]] ||Bridgnorth|| BR Green, Late Crest.
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| BR || 4-6-0 || Riddles 4MT || [[BR Riddles 4MT 75069|75069]] || - || 1955 || [[The 75069 Fund]] || data-sort-value="11/12/2018" | December 2018 || BR Lined Black, Late Crest. Built at Swindon.
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| BR || 2-6-0 || Ivatt Class 4 || [[LMS Ivatt Class 4 43106|43106]] || - || 1951 || [[Ivatt Class 4 Group]] ||Kidderminster || BR Lined Black, Late Crest. 'The Flying Pig'. BR built to LMS design
 
 
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On 27 February 2020 '''[[WD 71516 Welsh Guardsman]]''' arrived by road at Bridgnorth. The SVR announced that it had ''...agreed to host Welsh Guardsman while the owner decides on the operating opportunities for the loco during the 2020 season. Bridgnorth Locomotive Works will undertake some examination and maintenance work and we will potentially have the chance to use the locomotive''<ref>[https://www.svr.co.uk/NewsItem.aspx?a=918 SVR Website] (retrieved 28 February 2020)</ref>.
  
 
== Steam locomotives under overhaul, restoration or stored ==
 
== Steam locomotives under overhaul, restoration or stored ==
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Locomotives from BR, the "Big Four" (GWR, LMS, LNER, SR) or their predecessors.
 
Locomotives from BR, the "Big Four" (GWR, LMS, LNER, SR) or their predecessors.
  
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! Original owner !! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !! Built  !! Current or usual location  !!  Owner !! Notes
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! Original owner !! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !! Built  !! Current or usual location  !!  Owner !! Last in SVR traffic !! Notes
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| GWR || 0-4-2T || 1400 || [[GWR 1450|1450]] || - || 1935 || [[Bridgnorth MPD]] || [[Pull Push Limited]] ||data-sort-value="9/12/2020" | December 2020 ||GWR Green, GWR Lettering. Built at Swindon
 
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| GWR ||2-6-2T || 5101 Class Large Prairie ||  [[GWR Large Prairie 4150|4150]] || - || 1947|| [[Bewdley Down Yard | Bewdley yard]] under restoration || [[The 4150 Fund]] || Built at Swindon.  
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| GWR ||2-6-2T || 5101 Class Large Prairie ||  [[GWR Large Prairie 4150|4150]] || - || 1947|| [[Bridgnorth Loco Works]] under restoration || [[The 4150 Fund]] ||  || Built at Swindon.  
 
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| GWR || 2-6-2T || 4500 || [[GWR Small Prairie 4566|4566]] || - || 1924 ||[[Bridgnorth MPD]] (stored) || [[4566 Group]] || BR Black, Early Emblem. Boiler certificate expired January 2017
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| GWR || 2-6-2T || 4500 Class Small Prairie || [[GWR Small Prairie 4566|4566]] || - || 1924 ||[[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[4566 Group]] || data-sort-value="1/1/2017" | January 2017 || BR Black, Early Emblem. Boiler certificate expired January 2017
 
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| GWR ||4-6-0 || 4900 Class Hall||  [[GWR 4930 Hagley Hall |4930]] ||Hagley Hall || 1929|| [[Bridgnorth MPD]] under overhaul || [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC | SVR(H)]] || Built at Swindon. GWR green.
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| GWR ||4-6-0 || 4900 Class Hall||  [[GWR 4930 Hagley Hall |4930]] ||Hagley Hall || 1929|| [[Bridgnorth MPD]] under overhaul || [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC | SVR(H)]] || data-sort-value="1/10/1986" | October 1986 || Built at Swindon.
 
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| GWR ||2-6-2T  ||5101 Class Large Prairie ||  [[GWR Large Prairie 5164|5164]] || - || 1930|| Barrow Hill Roundhouse (stored) || [[The 5164 Preservation Group]] || Built at Swindon. GWR green.
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| GWR ||2-6-2T  ||5101 Class Large Prairie ||  [[GWR Large Prairie 5164|5164]] || - || 1930|| Barrow Hill Roundhouse (stored) || [[The 5164 Preservation Group]] || data-sort-value="1/1/2014" | January 2014|| GWR Green, Great Western lettering. Built at Swindon.  
 
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| GWR ||0-6-0PT  ||5700 Class Pannier||  [[GWR Pannier 5764|5764]] || - || 1929|| [[Kidderminster Carriage Shed]] (stored) || [[SVR Pannier Tank Fund]] || Built at Swindon. Great Western green.
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| GWR ||0-6-0PT  ||5700 Class Pannier||  [[GWR Pannier 5764|L95]] || - || 1929|| [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[SVR Pannier Tank Fund]] || data-sort-value="1/1/2011" | January 2011 || GWR Pannier 5764. London Transport Red. Built at Swindon.  
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| GWR ||0-6-2T ||5600 Class ||  [[GWR 5600 class 6634|6634]] || - || 1928|| [[Bridgnorth MPD]] (stored) || [[The Waterman Railway Heritage Trust]] || Built at Swindon. At SVR for restoration (suspended 2013 awaiting a boiler from Crewe)
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| GWR ||2-6-0 || 4300 Class Mogul||  [[GWR Mogul 7325|7325]] || - || 1932|| [[Kidderminster Carriage Shed]] (stored) || [[Great Western (SVR) Assoc.]] || data-sort-value="1/8/2000" | August 2000|| BR Green, Late Crest. Built at Swindon. Formerly GWR No. 9303.
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| GWR || 4-6-0 || 7800 Manor || [[GWR 7802 Bradley Manor|7802]] || Bradley Manor || 1938 || Tyseley, under overhaul|| [[The Erlestoke Manor Fund | The Erlestoke Manor Fund]] ||data-sort-value="1/6/2019" | 2019|| BR Green, Late Crest. At Tyseley awaiting fitting of replacement cylinder and repairs to motion, to be undertaken after [[GWR 7812 Erlestoke Manor|7812]] returns to traffic.<ref>[https://www.erlestokemanorfund.co.uk/december-2019-update/ EMF December 2019 update] (Retrieved 4 January 2020)</ref> Work to reset the 10 year boiler certificate (eg re-tubing and some pipework) is being carried out at the same time.<ref>EMF Newsletter  75, August 2020.</ref>
 
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| GWR ||2-6-0 || 4300 Class Mogul|| [[GWR Mogul 7325|7325]] || - || 1932|| [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Great Western (SVR) Assoc.]] || Built at Swindon. BR green. Formerly GWR No. 9303.
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| GWR || 4-6-0 || 7800 Manor || [[GWR 7812 Erlestoke Manor|7812]] || Erlestoke Manor || 1939 || [[Bridgnorth Loco Works#Boiler_shop|Bridgnorth Boiler Shop]] and Tyseley, under overhaul|| [[The Erlestoke Manor Fund | The Erlestoke Manor Fund]] ||data-sort-value="31/12/2017" | 31 December 2017|| BR Green, Late Crest
 
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| GWR || 4-6-0 || 7800 Manor || [[GWR 7819 Hinton Manor|7819]] || Hinton Manor || 1939 || GW Designer Outlet Village, Swindon (stored) || [[The SVR Trust | SVR Charitable Trust]] || Built at Swindon.
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| GWR || 4-6-0 || 7800 Manor || [[GWR 7819 Hinton Manor|7819]] || Hinton Manor || 1939 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Severn Valley Railway Charitable Trust Ltd | SVR Charitable Trust]] || data-sort-value="7/1/1995" | 7 January 1995|| GWR Green. Built at Swindon.  
 
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| LMS || 2-6-0 || Stanier Mogul ||  [[LMS Stanier Mogul 42968 | 42968]] || - || 1934 || [[Bridgnorth MPD]] under overhaul || [[Stanier Mogul Fund]] || Built at Crewe.  
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| LMS || 2-6-0 || Stanier Mogul ||  [[LMS Stanier Mogul 42968 | 42968]] || - || 1934 || [[Bridgnorth MPD]] under overhaul || [[Stanier Mogul Fund]]|| data-sort-value="5/1/2013" | 5 January 2013  || Built at Crewe.  
 
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| LMS ||4-6-0 || 5MT Black Five||  [[LMS Stanier Class 5 45110|45110]] || - || 1932 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC | SVR(H)]] || Built by the Vulcan Foundry. Hauled the 15 Guinea Special, the last standard gauge train run by a BR-owned steam locomotive.
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| LMS ||4-6-0 || 5MT Black Five||  [[LMS Stanier Class 5 45110|45110]] || - || 1932 || [[Kidderminster Carriage Shed]] (stored) || [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC | SVR(H)]] || data-sort-value="31/8/2008" | 31 August 2008|| BR Black, Late Crest. Built by the Vulcan Foundry. Hauled the 15 Guinea Special, the last standard gauge train run by a BR-owned steam locomotive.
 
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| BR || 2-6-0 || Ivatt Class 2 "Mickey Mouse"||  [[LMS Ivatt Class 2 46443|46443]] || - || 1950 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[SVR 46443 Fund]] || Built at Crewe. BR Black.
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| BR || 2-6-0 || Ivatt Class 2 "Mickey Mouse"||  [[LMS Ivatt Class 2 46443|46443]] || - || 1950 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[SVR 46443 Fund]] || data-sort-value="1/10/2011" | October 2011|| BR Black, Late Crest. Built by BR at Crewe to LMS design.
 
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| LMS || 0-6-0T || Fowler 3F "Jinty" ||  [[LMS Jinty 47383|47383]] || - || 1926 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Manchester Rail Travel Society]] || Built by the Vulcan Foundry.
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| LMS || 0-6-0T || Fowler 3F "Jinty" ||  [[LMS Jinty 47383|47383]] || - || 1926 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Manchester Rail Travel Society]] || data-sort-value="1/1/2002" | 2002|| BR Black, Early Emblem. Built by the Vulcan Foundry.
 
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| LMS || 2-8-0 || Stanier 8F ||  [[LMS Stanier 8F 48773|48773]] || - || 1940 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Stanier 8F Locomotive Society]] || Built by the North British Locomotive Co., Glasgow. Exported to Iran in 1941, repatriated 1954.
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| LMS || 2-8-0 || Stanier 8F ||  [[LMS Stanier 8F 48773|48773]] || - || 1940 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Stanier 8F Locomotive Society]] || data-sort-value="13/01/2008" | 13 January 2008|| BR Black, Late Crest. Built by the North British Locomotive Co., Glasgow for the War Department. Exported to Iran in 1941, repatriated 1954.
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| BR || 4-6-0 || Riddles 4MT ||  [[BR Riddles 4MT 75069|75069]] || - || 1955 || [[Bridgnorth MPD]] under overhaul || [[The 75069 Fund]] || Built at Swindon.
 
 
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| BR || 2-6-4T || Riddles 4MT ||  [[BR Riddles 4MT 80079|80079]] || - || 1954 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Passenger Tank Fund]] || Built at Brighton. BR Black.
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| BR || 2-6-4T || Riddles 4MT ||  [[BR Riddles 4MT 80079|80079]] || - || 1954 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Passenger Tank Fund]]|| data-sort-value="1/6/2002" | Summer 2002 || BR Black, Late Crest. Built at Brighton.
 
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Locomotives from industrial railways, or other private locomotives from railways that did not eventually become part of BR.
 
Locomotives from industrial railways, or other private locomotives from railways that did not eventually become part of BR.
 
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{| class="wikitable"
! Original owner !! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !! Built  !! Current or usual location  !!  Owner !!  Notes
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! Original owner !! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !! Built  !! Current or usual location  !!  Owner !! Last in SVR traffic !!  Notes
 
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| Longmoor Military Railway || 2-10-0  || WD "Austerity" || [[LMR 600 Gordon|600]] || Gordon || 1943 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC | SVR(H)]] || Built by North British Locomotive Co., Glasgow. Blue.
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| Longmoor Military Railway || 2-10-0  || WD "Austerity" || [[LMR 600 Gordon|600]] || Gordon || 1943 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Severn Valley Railway (Holdings) PLC | SVR(H)]] ||data-sort-value="1/1/1999" | 1999 ||LMR Blue. Built by North British Locomotive Co., Glasgow.
 
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| Manchester Ship Canal Railway || 0-6-0T || - || [[686 The Lady Armaghdale | 686]] || The Lady Armaghdale || 1898 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Warwickshire Industrial Loco Preservation Group]] || Hunslet Engine Co., Leeds. Red.
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| Manchester Ship Canal Railway || 0-6-0T || - || [[686 The Lady Armaghdale | 686]] || The Lady Armaghdale || 1898 || [[The Engine House]] (stored) || [[Warwickshire Industrial Loco Preservation Group]]||data-sort-value="1/9/2009" | September 2009 || ICI Red. Built by Hunslet Engine Co., Leeds.
 
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|Rugby Portland Cement New Bilton Works || 0-6-0ST || - || [[2047 Warwickshire | 2047]] || Warwickshire || 1926 || [[Bridgnorth MPD]] under overhaul || [[Warwickshire Industrial Loco Preservation Group]] || Manning Wardle, last Loco built by Manning Wardle
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|Rugby Portland Cement New Bilton Works || 0-6-0ST || - || [[2047 Warwickshire | 2047]] || Warwickshire || 1926 || [[Bewdley Down Yard]] under overhaul || [[Warwickshire Industrial Loco Preservation Group]]||data-sort-value="1/12/1977" | December 1977 || Manning Wardle, last Loco built by Manning Wardle
 
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! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !! Current or usual location  !!  Owner !!  Notes
 
! Wheel Arrangement !! Class or type  !! Number !! Name !! Current or usual location  !!  Owner !!  Notes
 
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| 2-6-2  || BR 3MT || [[BR 3MT 82045 | 82045]] || - || Bridgnorth || [[The 82045 Steam Locomotive Trust]] ||
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| 2-6-2  || BR 3MT || [[BR 3MT 82045 | 82045]] || - || [[Bridgnorth Loco Works]] || [[The 82045 Steam Locomotive Trust]] || BR Green
 
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| 0-2-2 || - || - || [[Catch Me Who Can]] || Bridgnorth || [[Trevithick 200]] ||
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| 0-2-2 || - || - || [[Catch Me Who Can]] || Bridgnorth || [[Trevithick 200]] || Black
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
[[List of rolling stock]]<br>
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*[[List of rolling stock]]
[[Whyte notation]] (wheel arrangements for steam locomotives)<br>
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*[[Former Residents]]
[[Locomotive numbering]] (different numbers carried by SVR locomotives in preservation)<br>
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*[[Locomotive timeline]]
[[GWR Power and Weight Classification]]
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*[[Whyte notation]] (wheel arrangements for steam locomotives)
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*[[Locomotive numbering]] (different numbers carried by SVR locomotives in preservation)
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*[[GWR Power and Weight Classification]]
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*[[Locomotive numbering|Locomotives running under different identities]]
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*[[Rolling stock currently under restoration]]
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==References==
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<references />
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
 
 
* [http://www.svr.co.uk/MeetTheLocos.aspx SVR "Meet The Locos"]
 
* [http://www.svr.co.uk/MeetTheLocos.aspx SVR "Meet The Locos"]

Latest revision as of 18:08, 30 April 2021

To see former SVRSevern Valley Railway locos that have since left, see the list of Former Residents.

Operational steam locomotives

All operational steam locomotives are based at Bridgnorth. From time to time locomotives may undergo short term repairs or be on hire to other railways. For up to date details of availability and the direction in which locomotives are facing, see the SVRSevern Valley Railway website Operational Locomotives page.

Please note that loco directions can change at any time, sometimes for a day or week or so, and sometimes more long-term!

The 'Date to traffic' gives an indication when the locomotive's current boiler 'ticket' started. Although commonly known as a 'ten year ticket' they are commonly seven years with a three year extension (or five plus five). In addition, inspectors have in recent years granted short extensions sufficient for the locomotive to see out the full running season at the end of their ticket. Please note, however, that there are annual inspections and times when for boiler or mechanical reasons a locomotive may not last the full period, and so it can be misleading to give an 'end' date.

Original owner Wheel Arrangement Class or type Number Name Built Owner Date to traffic Notes
Port Talbot Railway 0-6-0ST - 813 - 1901 The GWR 813 Preservation Fund August 2016 GWRGreat Western Railway Green, Great Western lettering. Built by Hudswell Clarke.
BRBritish Rail or British Railways 0-6-0PT 1500 1501 - 1949 1501 Pannier Tank Association August 2012 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Lined Black, Early Emblem. BRBritish Rail or British Railways built to GWRGreat Western Railway design. Boiler certificate till February 2022.
GWRGreat Western Railway 2-8-0 2800 2857 - 1918 The 2857 Society July 2011 GWRGreat Western Railway Green, GWRGreat Western Railway Lettering. Boiler certificate till July 2022.[1]
GWRGreat Western Railway 4-6-0 6959 Modified Hall 6960 Raveningham Hall 1944 Locomotive 6960 Ltd 2011 GWRGreat Western Railway Lined Green, GW Lettering. Arrived on hire in 2019, remaining until expiry of boiler certificate in July 2021[2]
GWRGreat Western Railway 0-6-0PT 5700 Class Pannier 7714 - 1930 SVR Pannier Tank Fund 16 December 2016 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Black, Late Crest.
SRSouthern Railway 4-6-2 BulleidOliver Vaughan Snell Bulleid, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the Southern Railway 1937-1948 Battle of Britain Class 34027 Taw Valley 1946 Taw Valley Limited May 2015 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Green, Late Crest.
BRBritish Rail or British Railways 2-6-0 IvattHenry George Ivatt, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway 1946-1948. CME of BR (London Midland Region) 1948-1951 Class 4 43106 - 1951 Ivatt Class 4 Group July 2013 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Lined Black, Late Crest. 'The Flying Pig'. Built by BRBritish Rail or British Railways at Darlington to LMSLondon Midland & Scottish Railway design. Boiler certificate till 2023.[3]
BRBritish Rail or British Railways 4-6-0 RiddlesRobert Arthur "Robin" Riddles, Member of the Railway Executive for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering responsible for the design of the British Rail Standard Class locomotives 4MTThe British Railways system of classifying steam locomotives by power using a number from 0, least powerful, to 9, most powerful, followed by either F for freight, P for Passenger or MT for Mixed Traffic. 75069 - 1955 The 75069 Fund December 2018 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Lined Black, Late Crest. Built at Swindon.

On 27 February 2020 WD 71516 Welsh Guardsman arrived by road at Bridgnorth. The SVRSevern Valley Railway announced that it had ...agreed to host Welsh Guardsman while the owner decides on the operating opportunities for the loco during the 2020 season. Bridgnorth Locomotive Works will undertake some examination and maintenance work and we will potentially have the chance to use the locomotive[4].

Steam locomotives under overhaul, restoration or stored

Main line locomotives

Locomotives from BRBritish Rail or British Railways, the "Big Four" (GWRGreat Western Railway, LMSLondon Midland & Scottish Railway, LNERLondon & North Eastern Railway, SRSouthern Railway) or their predecessors.

Original owner Wheel Arrangement Class or type Number Name Built Current or usual location Owner Last in SVRSevern Valley Railway traffic Notes
GWRGreat Western Railway 0-4-2T 1400 1450 - 1935 Bridgnorth MPD Pull Push Limited December 2020 GWRGreat Western Railway Green, GWRGreat Western Railway Lettering. Built at Swindon
GWRGreat Western Railway 2-6-2T 5101 Class Large PrairieLocomotive with a 2-6-2 wheel configuration 4150 - 1947 Bridgnorth Loco Works under restoration The 4150 Fund Built at Swindon.
GWRGreat Western Railway 2-6-2T 4500 Class Small PrairieLocomotive with a 2-6-2 wheel configuration 4566 - 1924 The Engine House (stored) 4566 Group January 2017 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Black, Early Emblem. Boiler certificate expired January 2017
GWRGreat Western Railway 4-6-0 4900 Class Hall 4930 Hagley Hall 1929 Bridgnorth MPD under overhaul SVR(H) October 1986 Built at Swindon.
GWRGreat Western Railway 2-6-2T 5101 Class Large PrairieLocomotive with a 2-6-2 wheel configuration 5164 - 1930 Barrow Hill Roundhouse (stored) The 5164 Preservation Group January 2014 GWRGreat Western Railway Green, Great Western lettering. Built at Swindon.
GWRGreat Western Railway 0-6-0PT 5700 Class Pannier L95 - 1929 The Engine House (stored) SVR Pannier Tank Fund January 2011 GWRGreat Western Railway Pannier 5764. London Transport Red. Built at Swindon.
GWRGreat Western Railway 2-6-0 4300 Class MogulLocomotive with a 2-6-0 wheel configuration 7325 - 1932 Kidderminster Carriage Shed (stored) Great Western (SVR) Assoc. August 2000 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Green, Late Crest. Built at Swindon. Formerly GWRGreat Western Railway No. 9303.
GWRGreat Western Railway 4-6-0 7800 Manor 7802 Bradley Manor 1938 Tyseley, under overhaul The Erlestoke Manor Fund 2019 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Green, Late Crest. At Tyseley awaiting fitting of replacement cylinder and repairs to motion, to be undertaken after 7812 returns to traffic.[5] Work to reset the 10 year boiler certificate (eg re-tubing and some pipework) is being carried out at the same time.[6]
GWRGreat Western Railway 4-6-0 7800 Manor 7812 Erlestoke Manor 1939 Bridgnorth Boiler Shop and Tyseley, under overhaul The Erlestoke Manor Fund 31 December 2017 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Green, Late Crest
GWRGreat Western Railway 4-6-0 7800 Manor 7819 Hinton Manor 1939 The Engine House (stored) SVR Charitable Trust 7 January 1995 GWRGreat Western Railway Green. Built at Swindon.
LMSLondon Midland & Scottish Railway 2-6-0 StanierWilliam Stanier, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway 1932-1944 MogulLocomotive with a 2-6-0 wheel configuration 42968 - 1934 Bridgnorth MPD under overhaul Stanier Mogul Fund 5 January 2013 Built at Crewe.
LMSLondon Midland & Scottish Railway 4-6-0 5MTThe British Railways system of classifying steam locomotives by power using a number from 0, least powerful, to 9, most powerful, followed by either F for freight, P for Passenger or MT for Mixed Traffic. Black Five 45110 - 1932 Kidderminster Carriage Shed (stored) SVR(H) 31 August 2008 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Black, Late Crest. Built by the Vulcan Foundry. Hauled the 15 Guinea Special, the last standard gauge train run by a BRBritish Rail or British Railways-owned steam locomotive.
BRBritish Rail or British Railways 2-6-0 IvattHenry George Ivatt, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway 1946-1948. CME of BR (London Midland Region) 1948-1951 Class 2 "Mickey Mouse" 46443 - 1950 The Engine House (stored) SVR 46443 Fund October 2011 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Black, Late Crest. Built by BRBritish Rail or British Railways at Crewe to LMSLondon Midland & Scottish Railway design.
LMSLondon Midland & Scottish Railway 0-6-0T FowlerHenry Fowler, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the Midland Railway 1909-1923, and of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway 1923-1933 3FThe British Railways system of classifying steam locomotives by power using a number from 0, least powerful, to 9, most powerful, followed by either F for freight, P for Passenger or MT for Mixed Traffic. "Jinty" 47383 - 1926 The Engine House (stored) Manchester Rail Travel Society 2002 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Black, Early Emblem. Built by the Vulcan Foundry.
LMSLondon Midland & Scottish Railway 2-8-0 StanierWilliam Stanier, Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway 1932-1944 8FThe British Railways system of classifying steam locomotives by power using a number from 0, least powerful, to 9, most powerful, followed by either F for freight, P for Passenger or MT for Mixed Traffic. 48773 - 1940 The Engine House (stored) Stanier 8F Locomotive Society 13 January 2008 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Black, Late Crest. Built by the North British Locomotive Co., Glasgow for the War Department. Exported to Iran in 1941, repatriated 1954.
BRBritish Rail or British Railways 2-6-4T RiddlesRobert Arthur "Robin" Riddles, Member of the Railway Executive for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering responsible for the design of the British Rail Standard Class locomotives 4MTThe British Railways system of classifying steam locomotives by power using a number from 0, least powerful, to 9, most powerful, followed by either F for freight, P for Passenger or MT for Mixed Traffic. 80079 - 1954 The Engine House (stored) Passenger Tank Fund Summer 2002 BRBritish Rail or British Railways Black, Late Crest. Built at Brighton.

Industrial or private locomotives

Locomotives from industrial railways, or other private locomotives from railways that did not eventually become part of BRBritish Rail or British Railways.

Original owner Wheel Arrangement Class or type Number Name Built Current or usual location Owner Last in SVRSevern Valley Railway traffic Notes
Longmoor Military Railway 2-10-0 WD "Austerity" 600 Gordon 1943 The Engine House (stored) SVR(H) 1999 LMR Blue. Built by North British Locomotive Co., Glasgow.
Manchester Ship Canal Railway 0-6-0T - 686 The Lady Armaghdale 1898 The Engine House (stored) Warwickshire Industrial Loco Preservation Group September 2009 ICI Red. Built by Hunslet Engine Co., Leeds.
Rugby Portland Cement New Bilton Works 0-6-0ST - 2047 Warwickshire 1926 Bewdley Down Yard under overhaul Warwickshire Industrial Loco Preservation Group December 1977 Manning Wardle, last Loco built by Manning Wardle

New build steam locomotives

Wheel Arrangement Class or type Number Name Current or usual location Owner Notes
2-6-2 BRBritish Rail or British Railways 3MTThe British Railways system of classifying steam locomotives by power using a number from 0, least powerful, to 9, most powerful, followed by either F for freight, P for Passenger or MT for Mixed Traffic. 82045 - Bridgnorth Loco Works The 82045 Steam Locomotive Trust BRBritish Rail or British Railways Green
0-2-2 - - Catch Me Who Can Bridgnorth Trevithick 200 Black

Steam locomotives at the SVRSevern Valley Railway for contract work

Dunrobin

See also

References

  1. SVRSevern Valley Railway News 207, pp. 17, 44-46
  2. NBINotice Board Issue. The SVR's on-line method of circulating information to working members. announcement, 15 November 2019
  3. White, Martin, 'A busy winter at Bridgnorth MPD', Branch Lines, February 2021 (Retrieved 8 February 2021)
  4. SVR Website (retrieved 28 February 2020)
  5. EMF December 2019 update (Retrieved 4 January 2020)
  6. EMF Newsletter 75, August 2020.

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