David A Flitcroft
Railway Photography
The 1970s

 

Loco Portraits, 1971

As mentioned on the previous page three locos hauled the trains during the period of our stay. Several other locos were stored in the shed at Douglas and were pulled out for display on a daily basis.

No. 3 'Pender' (1873}

No. 4 Loch (1874)

No.6 'Peveril' (1875)

No.8 'Fenella' (1894)

No.9 'Douglas' (1896)

No.11 'Maitland' (1905)

No.13 'Kissack' (1910)

No.14 'Thornhill' ex-Manx Northern Railway No.3 (1880)

No 15 'Caledonia' ex M.N.R. No.4.
Dubs & Co. 1885 and the only 0-6-0T
She had the reputation of spreading the track!

The biggest and most modern of the 2-4-0Ts No.16 Mannin (1926)

Missing from the line-up were
No.1 'Sutherland'
No.2 'Derby'
No.5 'Mona'
No.7 'Tynwald'
No.10 'G. H. Wood'
and
No.12 'Hutchinson'

 

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