NEILSON Tank Locomotive ‘BECKTON No.1’
0-4-0 Tank Locomotive ‘BECKTON No.1’
By NEILSON & Co. Ltd, Glasgow Works No. 4444, Built 1892
Standard gauge industrial loco supplied new to the Beckton gas works, London, being the number 1 loco at the then largest gas works in the world. Open cab design with a copper firebox.
A very handsome Victorian loco with a good history.
Featured in the September 2012 issue of “Heritage Railway” magazine, issue 167
CAGNEY 15 Inch Gauge Steam Locomotive
Designed by the famous Cagney brothers, this amusement park 4-4-0 locomotive was built by Herschell Spillman Co of North Tonawanda, N.Y. Typical Cagney in style, this locomotive is highly original and the rivetted boiler is in very good condition.
Complete with tender and most of the original fittings, and generally very little altered, this loco has one original open carriage and bogies for a second. In good working condition, with current boiler certificate.
7¼ Inch Ga Narrow Gauge Locomotive
Narrow Gauge 0-4-0 tender locomotive.
A newly built tender locomotive, constructed to a high standard. Fully working Walschaerts valve gear, all rotating parts on ball and roller bearings. Cast iron axle boxes and horn blocks. Train vacuum and hand parking brake, plus mechanical lubricator fitted.
Professionally made and fully certified copper boiler by G.B. Boilers fed by twin injectors from brass well and side tanks.
For sale in excellent condition, complete with specially made heavy duty transport crates.
(Red loco shown is now SOLD)
5 Inch Gauge G.W.R. ‘SPEEDY’ 1500 Locomotive
0-6-0 Steam Locomotive
A well built example of the popular LBSC design of pannier tank engines for the G.W.R.
This handsome miniature loco was model engineer built to a very high standard and includes a superheated copper boiler and twin outside cylinders with Walschaert’s valve gear.
In L.M.S. black livery.
Overall length 35 inches.
For sale in good condition.