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‘No. 201 Class’ 0-6-0ST 1867

201

When Johnson took over from Sinclair, there was a need for two shunting engines, and two 0-6-0 saddle tanks of different designs were purchased ‘off the shelf’ from Hudswell, Clarke & Co. of Leeds. No. 201 was delivered in April 1867 and was an inside cylinder locomotive. It worked at Harwich, and was reboilered in 1883, only to be scrapped in 1888.

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