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 Locomotive 15 was rebuilt at WD Bicester circa 1955 and was acquired from MoD (Army). 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive 15. 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive 16 was built jointly in 1945 by Vulcan Foundry as their works number 5257 and Drewery Car Co as their works number 2176 and was acquired from MoD (Army). 29th June 1991.
 

Locomotive 16. 29th June 1991.
 

Locomotive Yard No.9477 was acquired from MoD (Navy). 29th June 1991.
 

Locomotive Yard No.9477. 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive Yard No.9477. 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive "Big John" was built by the Hunslet Engine Co in 1968 as their works number 6685. It was acquired from the National Coal Board and is seen on the jetty. 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive "Big John" near the jetty. 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive "Big John" near the jetty. 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive "Big John" near the jetty. 29th June 1991.
 

 Locomotive "Elementary" was built by English Electric in 1967 as their works number D1229 and rebuilt by Hunslet Engine Co in 1977 as their works number 5900. It was acquired from Ford at Dagenham. 29th June 1991.
 
 
     
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