The railway has a wide range of diesel locos of all sizes. Many not from the Southern area but in need of a home. Most days only one or two will be running, apart from the Diesel Galas.
06 Class Number D2428
06 Class Barkley shunter 0-4-0 in BR Green. Number D2428 seen here at Peaks Summit on Platform 1. (Hornby)
06 Class Number 06 008
06 Class Barkley shunter 0-4-0 in two tone Pullman colours. Number 06 008 seen here crossing on to Platform 3 at Bank Cliff.
Industrial Shunter Number D2705
0-4-0 Industrial shunter in BR Blue. Number D2705. Seen leaving Peaks Summit heading to Angelstone Halt. (Jouef)
Industrial Shunter Number D2785
Industrial Shunter Number D8900
08 Class Shunter Number 13012
0-6-0 08 Class Shunter in BR Green. Number 13012. Passing platform 2 at Peaks Summit with the maroon set. (Hornby)
LMS Class 11 EE Number 7120
A 2008 arrival, on the railway is the for-runner to the 08 class shunters. In LMS black it was put straight to work on the branch line. Seen here arriving at Peaks Summit with the GWR 4-wheelers. (Lima)
Co-Bo Class 28 Number D5702
Class 28 Co-Bo D5702 finished in two tone green now normally only runs during the Diesel Galas. Shown with a demonstration goods train leaving Bank Cliff platform 3, the Pullman diner can bee seen in the background. (Hornby Dublo)
Class 29 Number D6110
Class 29 D6110 is always a good performer. Resplendent in BR green she is seen here on the bank just after Cutting Crossing on route to Angelstone Halt, to pick up stock. (Hornby)
A1A-A1A Class 31 Number D5578
A1A-A1A 31 Class in BR experimental blue. Number D5578. Stopping at Platform 1 Angelstone Halt, on its first run. (Triang)
Bo-Bo Class 33 "Crompton" Number D6524
Bo-Bo Class 35 "Hymek" Number D7063
Class 35 Bo-Bo "Hymek" number D7063 in two-tone BR green. Pulling into Peaks Summit with the Maroon set from Angelstone Halt. (Hornby)
Co-Co Class 37 Number 37130
One of now five class 37s all finished in BR Blue. Seen here at Peaks Summit Platform 2 with two Mark1s "blood and custard" livery on the way to Angelstone Halt.(Hornby)
Co-Co Class 37 Number 37137
The second of the five again in BR Blue, about to enter Bridge Tunnel. (Triang Hornby)
Co-Co Class 37 Number D6830
This 2008 arrival is again is a Class 37 in BR Blue. She does however carry the early numbering system. See here after couple of days on the line with a demonstration goods train at Bank Cliff. (Hornby)
Co-Co Class 37 Number 37135
The last of the Class 37s in BR Blue. This late 2008 arrival is show here on a trial run on the Angelstone branch, just outside Peaks Summit. (Hornby)
Co-Co Class 37 Number D6755
1Co-Co1 Class 40 Number D285
2009 arrival Class 40 is seen here at Bank Cliff with another 2009 arrival the SR Queen Mary Brake van. (Jouef)
Bo-Bo Class 42 "Warship" Number D838 - "Rapid"
The first of two "Warships" on the line. D838 - Rapid was one of the first Locos to arrive on the railway. Here she is in BR Maroon with the 75 ton crane passing through Bank Cliff after putting into place the new footbridge at Angelstone Halt. (Lima)
Bo-Bo Class 42 "Warship" Number D824 "Highflyer"
The second "Warship" D824 - Highflyer finished in BR green arrived on the railway almost two years after Rapid. She has had very little running but hopefully will play a big part in this years Diesel Galas double headed with Rapid. Seen here pulling into Bank Cliff with a demonstration goods train. (Mainline)
Class 43 HST 125 Numbers 43010 & 43011
Always a pair the two Class 43s running in BR blue/grey they are here to show that we must not stop preserving rolling stock otherwise we will loose such inportant parts of history. Seen here arriving on platform 3 at Bank Cliff along side N Class No.1854. (Hornby)
1Co-Co1 Class 45 Number 45039 "Manchester Regiment"
Manchester Regiment is a 2007 arrival. Finished in BR blue, when she arrived alot of time was spent finding and fitting new parts to prevent serious slipping, which on the gradients of The South Coast Railway would have been a problem. Seen here fully re-fitted outside Green Bridge sheds. (Mainline)
Co-Co Class 52 "Western" Number D1062 "Western Courier"
Western Courier was the first Loco to arrive at the railway. Finished in Maroon she makes a good sight with the Warship - Rapid. (Hornby)
Co-Co Class 52 "Western" Number D1016 "Western Gladiator"
Co-Co Class 55 "Deltic" Number D9003 "Meld"
Meld was another very early arrival at the railway. In Two-tone BR green she is seen here pulling the blood and custard Mark1s exiting Green Bridge Viaduct on the way to Peaks Summit. (Lima)
Co-Co Class 56 "Grid" Number 56079
101 Class DMU Numbers M79079 & M79632
This two car DMU were not always together. Both arrived at different times from different locations. The DMU holds the honour of being the first Loco to pass under the new footbridge at Angelstone Halt, marking the opening of Platform 2. This now being the main platform for the DMU shuttle to Peaks Summit, although on that day she went into Platform 1. (Triang)
Southern Region EMU
This Southern Region EMU is sat in the staff car park at Bank Cliff. No decision has been made as to whether to restore this to running order or not. Having no third rail on the line would mean it having to be either steam or diesel hauled. (Triang)