The South Coast Railway boasts an varied array of steam locomotives from all corners of the Britain and further away.
WD 2-8-0 Number 7199
Purchased with the proceeds from the sale of redundant stock, this Riddles War Department Loco is a powerful addition to the fleet. Here she is with the Pullman Diner passing the canal. (Bachmann)
British Railway (ex. L & Y) 0F Class 0-4-0ST Pug Number 51222
One of the smallest locos on the line. Seen here at Peaks Summit on her first day steaming. (Hornby)
British Railways (ex.GWR) 101 Class 0-4-0T Shunter Number 328
One of three "101" class GWR 0-4-0 shunters, number 328 is in BR green. Seen here at Green Bridge Sheds she is a very different shade of green to the CoBo behind. (Hornby)
British Railway 0-4-0t Number 43209
British Railways (ex. LNER) J52 Class 0-6-0T Number 68846
A 2008 arrival, this J52 in BR black stands out from the other LNER locos. Here she is about to depart Bank Cliff Platform 5 with the Blood and Custard Mark 1s. (Hornby)
British Railways (ex. LMS) Deeley 0-6-0 3F Class Number 43775
The Deeley 3F was one of the first steam locos to arrive on the line. (Triang)
British Railways (ex. LMS) Ivatt Class 2 2-6-0 No.46400
British Railway (ex. GWR) 2-6-2t 61xx Class Number 6187
British Railways (ex. GWR) 4-6-0 Castle Class Number 4079 "Pendennis Castle"
Pendennis Castle is a 2008 arrival from The Exeter Road Junction. Seen here at Bank Cliff on her first day. A stunning addition to the GWR Fleet.(Airfix)
British Railways (ex. LMS) 7P Princess Coronation Class No. 46251 "City of Nottingham"
No. 46251 "City of Nottingham" is the largest ex LMS loco on the line. Seen here awaiting the fitting of new smoke defectors leaving Bank Cliff with the suburban maroon rake during The 2009 British Railways Steam Gala. (Hornby)
British Railways (ex. SR) Bulleid Pacific 4-6-2 Re-built Merchant Navy Class Number 35012 "Bibby Line"
One of the largest steam locomotives on the line and one of four Bulleid designed locos here. Seen here approaching platform 4 at Bank Cliff. This was before the new name boards had been painted, seen blank in the background. (Hornby)
British Railways Britannia Class 7P6F Number 70032 "Tennyson"
British Railways 2-10-0 9F Class No. 92220 "Evening Star"
The last steam locomotive built for British Rail joined the railway in December 2008, too late to be showcased on the DVD annual. Here she is on her first day at Bank Cliff. (Hornby)
British Railways 2-10-0 9F Class No. 92221
Caledonian Pug 0-4-0T Number 270
In Caledonian blue this Pug is seen at Bank Cliff on its first opperational train. (Hornby)
German Railways 0-4-0T Number 80 800
GWR 101 Class 0-4-0T Number 100
Number 100, sister loco to 101 and BR 328. Finished in GWR Brunswick Green with full copper and brass fittings. (Hornby)
GWR 101 Class 0-4-0T Number 101
The same as No.100 finished in GWR Brunswick Green, seen here on Platform 1 at Peaks Summit. (Hornby)
GWR 94XX Class 0-6-0T Pannier Tank Number 9400
One of the 2007 GWR arrivals to the railway. Number 9400 has run mainly on the Angelstone branch. Seen here during the last GWR Festival with the Four Wheel Rake crossing Peaks Viaduct. (Lima)
GWR 2721 Class 0-6-0T Pannier Tank Number 2761
Another 2008 arrival, shown on its first day out of the sheds at Bank Cliff Platform 3 with a demonstration goods train. This loco fits in very well with the rest of the GWR fleet. (Hornby)
GWR 4575 Class 2-6-2T Prairie Tank Number 4589
This small Prairie tank again is a 2007 arrival, Here No. 4589 is pulling out of Platform 4 at Bank Cliff with the Blood and Custard rake. (Lima)
GWR King Class 4-6-0 Number 6000 "King George V"
King George V was one of the last 2007 GWR locos to arrive, and was put straight to work in the GWR Festival. Departing Bank Cliff Platform 1 with the Pullman rake bound for Green Bridge. (Lima)
LBSC E2 Class 0-6-0T Number 100
The first Tank loco to arrive on the line was E2 No. 100 in full LBSC colours. Here she is awaiting departure from Peaks Summit to run down to Bank Cliff. The 101 DMU has just pulled into Platform one from Angelstone Halt. (Hornby)
LBSC E2 Class 0-6-0T Number 103
A late 2008 arrival, this is the second E2 on the line. Finished in LBSC colours, 103 is seen here pulling some of the wagons that arrived in 2008 into Bank Cliff Platform 4. (Hornby)
LMS 3F Class "Jinty" 0-6-0T Number 7413
The first new arrival of 2008, and now pulling the recently refurbished Maroon rake will make a stunning sight in the summer. (Hornby)
LMS Deeley 0-6-0 3F Class Number 3794
This is the second Deeley 3F on the railway. 3794 is a late 2008 arrival in LMS Black. Seen here at Bank Cliff just after being un-loaded. (Triang)
LMS 4-6-0 Class 5 Number 5112
LNER J72 Class 0-6-0T Number 581
Number 581 was the first LNER locomotive on the railway. Finished in Apple green seen here just past Canal Halt. The grounded coach in the background had only just been placed here, and will be used for storage and not restored to running order. (Mainline)
LNER J50 Class 0-6-0T Number 8920
Seen here at Peaks Summit, getting some admiring looks, the J50 is pulling a light rake of the GWR 4 wheelers on its first day of service. (Lima)
LNER A3 Class 4-6-2 Number 4472 "Flying Scotsman"
The second LNER loco to arrive on the line. A3 Pacific "Flying Scotsman". Seen here departing Bank Cliff Station platform 4 with the Blood and Custard rake. (Hornby)
LNER A4 Class 4-6-2 Number 4484 "Falcon"
North Eastern B12 Class 4-6-0 Number 7475
A 2009 arrival, seen here running light at Peaks Summit is the NE B12 in black. (Hornby)
SDJR 3F Class 0-6-0 "Jinty" Number 24
Southern D Class 0-4-0T Number 7
This 0-4-0 tank runs mostly on the Angelstone Branch, seen here departing from Platform 1 at Peaks Summit, with the "four wheelers". (Hornby)
Southern D Class 0-4-0T Number 63
This is the second D Class loco on the railway. Number 63 is lined and finished in Olive Green. Seen here departing Peaks Summit with a demonstration goods train. (Hornby)
Southern C14 Class 0-4-0T No. 1745 (ex. No.9)
No.1745 arrived numbered Number 9 with the 75ton crane. She spent alot to the time track laying and moving workers on the line before opening. She was then placed into the sheds for restration. During the re-fit it was found that No. 9 and Nellie were Urie re-built C14 class, so No.9 was repainted and renumbered to its 1923 livery. (Triang)
Southern C14 class 0-4-0T No.1744 (ex. No.7)
Ex No.7 "Nellie" has now also been restored to her original livery and fitted with outside cylinders. Seen here near to Peaks Summit with the L1 waiting for 1744 to pass. (Triang)
Southern 0-4-0T Number 6504 "Polish Tank"
This tank loco in Southern black is the only oil burner on the line and was originaly from The Polish State Railway. She now slightly resembles the Southern Yankie Tanks. (Lima)
Southern (ex. LBSC) AlX "Terrier" Class 0-6-0T Number 2563
One of the smallest loco on the line. The Terrier performs well in all duties. Seen here puling away from Peaks Summit with a demonstation goods train. (Dapol)
Southern M7 Class 0-4-4T Number 245
M7 Tank 245 is the largest of the Southern Tanks on the line. Seen awaiting departure from Platform 5 at Bank Cliff, double headed with N Class No. 1854. (Triang-Hornby)
Southern Q Class 0-6-0 Number 30541
The railways Q class is finished in Malachite green, which is rare for these locos. This shot of her double-headed with 1854 was on her last run. This loco is now in the sheds awaiting new wheels. This has now been done and 30541 is back in full working order. (Triang)
Southern Q1 Class 0-6-0 Number C8
C8 is the smallest of the Bulleid locos on the line. Departing Bank Tunnel over the level crossing and into Platform 3 at Bank Cliff. (Hornby)
Southern N Class 2-6-0 Number 1854
No. 1854 was purchased with the proceeds from the sale of redundant rolling stock. Shown on Platform 4 at Bank Cliff. (Bachmann)
Southern T9 "Greyhound" Class Number 120
From the National collection comes the last surviving T9. Shown here with the NRM support coach coming into Bank Cliff. (Hornby)
Southern L1 Class 4-4-0 Number 786
786 is seen here taking coal at Bank Cliff coaling station. She often double heads with one of the un-rebuilt Bulleids recreating past Southern Railway Expresses. (Triang)
Southern Class V Schools 4-4-0 Number 903 "Charterhouse"
Standing at platform 3 at Bank Cliff for photos, Charterhouse, a 2008 arrival, shows the fantastic lines of the powerfull schools class locos. (Hornby)
Southern King Arthur Class 4-6-0 Number 795 "Sir Dinadan"
Sir Dinadan was the prime express loco on the line and pulled most of the pullman specials before the arrival of the Bulleid Pacifics, now she has a more secondary role. Seen here with the Maunsell rake pulling into Platform 5 at Bank Cliff. (Hornby)
Southern Battle of Britain Class 4-6-2 Pacific Number 21C166 "Spitfire"
Spitfire was the first of the Bulleid Pacifics on the railway, with larger smoke deflectors this makes her easy to tell from her sister loco Blackmore Vale. Due to her not running as well as Blackmore Vale she does not see as much use and has been mainly on the branch line. (Hornby)
Southern West Country Class 4-6-2 Pacific Number 21C123 "Blackmore Vale"
The more popular of the railway's light Bulleid pacifics, Blackmore Vale is running most days with the heavy Pulman Services. Seen here pulling out of Platform 3 at Bank Cliff for Green Bridge. (Hornby)
Continental 0-4-0 Shunter Number 254
Standing at Peaks Summit this continental shunter is awaiting light duties on the branch line. A 2008 arrival. (Hornby)
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway 0-4-0T Number 98
The first USA loco on the line. This small saddle tank makes a refreshing change and is something different to the mainly British Fleet. Seen here approaching Angelstone with the Blood and Custard Mark 1s.
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 Number 2335
2335 and her sister engine 2336 are both awaiting re-wheeling, seen here at the old goods line at Green Bridge. 2335 and 2336 will both be running WD livieries when they both return to service.(Triang)
Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 Number 2356
The second of the Canadian pacifics and again on the old goods line at Green Bridge where both are stored awaiting major renovation.(Triang)
Colliery Tank D class 0-4-0 Number 2
Saved from the now closed Oxfordshire Colliery, number 2 is another D class loco. Seen here pulling the blood and custard rake out of Peaks Summit. (Hornby)
Industrial Tank 0-4-0T Number 80 "Queen Elizabeth II"
Finished in burgandy this 0-4-0 Pug is often seen on the Angelstone Branch. (Hornby)