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Locomotives you might see on a visit to the Railway

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44804 LMS Black 5 (Black 5)

Having recently undergone a full overhaul and boiler work, this "Black 5" 4-6-0 locomotive in an occasional visitor on the Bentley Miniature Railway.


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Apollo (Tinkerbell)

Originally designed by Roger Marsh in 1968, the "Tinkerbell" design has been modified a number of times over the years. Bentley Miniature Railway boasts two identical enclosed cab variants.
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Dart 1401 / 1466 (Dart)

Originally designed for branch line passenger work on the GWR, Bentley has hosted two GWR "Darts", numbered 1401 and 1466.
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Emma (Tinkerbell)

Originally designed by Roger Marsh in 1968, the "Tinkerbell" design has been modified a number of times over the years. Bentley Miniature Railway boasts two identical enclosed cab variants.
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Lorna (Class 12A)

Lorna is a model of a Great Central Railway (Ex-Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway) Sacre-designed 2-4-0 Class 12A. Despite its small size this loco has proven a capable passenger hauler.
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Nadder (Romulus)

This variation of the "Romulus" design is unusual in that it has an open cab. Having been absent for a number of years, this loco returned to service in 2017.
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No 35 (Holmside)

Holmside was a 0-6-0 saddle tank locomotive with outside cylinders and inside Stephenson link motion that used to work for the National Coal Board.


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Rhian (Romulus)

Rhian is an example of the "Romulus" type 0-4-0 locomotive.
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Scots Guardsman (Royal Scot)

Based upon the original LMS design "Royal Scot" class 6115 Scots Guardsman this 7 1/4" example was completed in 2008, 81 years after its big sister.
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Taurus (Romulus)

Another example of the Roger Marsh "Romulus" design, Taurus was first seen running at Bentley almost 20 years ago.
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William I (Sweet William)

Based upon the "Sweet Pea" design common in 5" gauge models, the "Sweet William" is a simple loco, described as easy to build and operate.
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William II (Sweet William)

Based upon the "Sweet Pea" design common in 5" gauge models, the "Sweet William" is a simple loco, described as easy to build and operate.
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