List of preserved Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST locomotives

This table details the steam locomotives of the Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST class that have been preserved on heritage railways. Of the 485 'Austerities' constructed, around 70 have survived into preservation.

Although the Hunslet Engine Company were responsible for the design, not all of these locomotives were built by the company. In order to meet wartime demand, Hunslet subcontracted some of the construction to Andrew Barclay Sons & Co., W. G. Bagnall, Hudswell Clarke, Robert Stephenson and Hawthorns and the Vulcan Foundry.

Several have been painted as LNER Class J94s to represent mainline rather than industrial use. Not all have survived intact; the boiler of RSH 7135 of 1944 was used on the replica Broad gauge locomotive "Iron Duke" built in 1985. One has been turned into a Thomas the Tank Engine lookalike, and another into one of Douglas, also from The Railway Series.

The Scottish Railway Preservation Society have formed an Austerity Locomotive Owners Association (A.L.O.A.)[1] with the aim of being a central point for owners of Austerity locomotives to share information and assistance.

List of locomotives[]

Year Built Builder Works
Number
Original User Current Number and Name Current Location Status Livery Notes
1943 Hudswell Clarke 1752 War Department 75091, National Coal Board Bold Colliery 7 Robert 68067 Robert Great Central Railway
Returned to service 2017
BR black, with "cycling lion" crest, smokebox number plate and 40E shed code
NCB 0-6-0ST No. 7 Robert, Rocket 150, Rainhill, May 1980 Slides199 (9859821715).jpg

Named Robert at Bold Colliery in 1978 and was part of the Rocket 150 cavalcade in 1980.[2]

1945 Barclay 2183 War Department 71529,
WD 165
EG Steels of Hamilton
Wemyss Private Railway
15 Earl David
Vale of Berkeley Railway[3]
Undergoing overhaul[4]
WPR lined brown
A1 03-03-2008 Barclay 2183 Austerity WPR No 15 Visits NVR.jpg

Named in 2009 at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway.[5][6]

1943 Hunslet 2857 War Department 75008 75008 Swiftsure Mid-Norfolk Railway Operational Longmoor Military Railway Prussian blue
0-6-0 Austerity Swiftsure at Dereham.jpg

[7]

1943 Hunslet 2864 War Department 75015 48 Aln Valley Railway
Stored
1943 RSH 7098 Ministry of Fuel & Power, Coalville, Leicestershire

NCB (North East Area) - Backworth
49 Tanfield Railway
Operational
Lined green
Austerity 0-6-0ST No.49 Tanfield Railway.JPG
1943 Hunslet 2880 War Department 75031,
WD 101
17 SRPS at Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway
Operational

Bought by NCB in 1961 and used at Polkemmet Colliery, West Lothian.[8]

1943 Hunslet 2890
3882 (as rebuilt)
War Department 75041
WD 107
10 Douglas Great Central Railway (Nottingham)
Rebuilt as tender loco. Returned to service in Sept 2017
NWR black
Douglas back in action.jpg

Supplied to the War Department as 75041, and used on the Longmoor Military Railway as WD 107 Foggia.[9]

Fitted with GPCS in 1962, and given works number 3882.[9] Used by the NCB at Maesteg Colliery until 1976[9] Worked on the Watercress Line as Barbara.

In 2000, converted to an 0-6-0 tender engine as No. 10 Douglas from Thomas the Tank Engine.

1943 RSH 7086 War Department 75050 69 Norman Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway
Stored
NCB black
1943 RSH 7097 War Department 75061 9 Strathspey Railway
Stored
[7]
1943 Hunslet 2873 War Department 75024 NS 8811 Stoom Stichting Nederland, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Operational
NS 8811 Simpelveld 1.jpg

Sold directly from WD to Laura colliery, Eygelshoven (NL) in 1945, numbered 'Laura 12' (later LV 12). Oou 1967. Then the boiler of LV 13, before 1962 known as 'Julia IV' (ex NS 8811, ex WD 75080), was placed on the frame of LV 12 (ex WD 75024). The colliery numbered its locomotives after their boilers and not after the framenumbers (as practiced by WD and most railway compagnies). So this means the loco became LV 13 after its boiler. Went out of service after colliery closed in 1974. Was still under steam in 1975 when cleaning up the remains of the colliery. Giving this locomotive the status of last operational steam enginge in The Netherlands. Stored in the former locomotive shed until discovery in 1981. Operates today with a new boiler (RAW Görlitz 20/1995) on the LV 12 frame (WD 75024). NS numbering follows the frame. So this never was a NS engine. The NS-number 8811 is fictional but fun.

1944 W.G.Bagnall 2758 War Department 75170 Cefn Coed Colliery Museum, Crynant
Static display
Bagnall 2758.jpg

NCB[10]

1944 Hudswell Clarke 1776 War Department 71499,
NCB
Harry Horwich, Lancashire
Under overhaul
Under overhaul at Bryn Engineering, Wigan.[11]
1944 Hunslet 3155 War Department 75105 Walkden Ribble Steam Railway
Stored awaiting overhaul
Sold on to Nederlandse Spoorwegen (No. 8815) after the war. Sold to Laura colliery, Eygelshoven (NL) in 1953 as Laura 16, renumbered as LV 16 in 1962. Boiler exam expired in 1970, received the boiler from LV 15 (Hudswell C. 1739/1943) Sold to SSTT in 1975. Sold to P.E. Waters Associates Railway Engineers in 1988.[12]
1944 Hunslet 3163 War Department 75113,
WD 132
WD 132 Sapper Avon Valley Railway
Operational
WD green
WD132 Sapper South of Middle Forge Junction Dean Forest Railway.JPG

Previously on the South Devon Railway. Sold in 2009 to unnamed private buyer.[13] Refurbished by the Flour Mill 2010-2011.

1944 Hunslet 3165 War Department 75115 NS 8826 Zuid-Limburgse Stoomtrein Maatschappij, Limburg, Netherlands
Under overhaul
Sold on to Nederlandse Spoorwegen (No. 8826) after the war. Sold to Julia colliery, Eygelshoven (NL) in 1953 as 'Julia V', renumbered as LV 14 in 1962. Went out of service after boiler ticket expired in 1973
1944 Hunslet 3168 War Department 75118,
WD 134
Wheldale Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway
Under overhaul
Lined maroon
National Coal Board Steam Engine - Beatrice (6648844811).jpg
[14]
1944 Hunslet 3180 War Department 75130 Antwerp Private site, Sellindge
Stored awaiting overhaul
Red Hunslet Austerity 3180.jpg
1944 Hunslet 3193 War Department 75142,
WD 140
Norfolk Regiment Bressingham Steam and Gardens
Operational
Black
1944 RSH 7136 War Department 75186
WD 150
68013 Royal Pioneer Peak Rail
Under overhaul
PeakRail.jpg
1944 RSH 7139 War Department 75189,
WD 152,
N.C.B. No. 8
WD 152 Rennes Dean Forest Railway
Operational
Longmoor Military Railway Prussian blue
Rennes WD152.jpg

Sold to NCB post war.[15]

1944 RSH 7169 War Department 71515 71515 Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway
Out of service
Indian red - Mech Navvies livery
Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn 7159 (6238876664).jpg

Sold to NCB post war and used at Swalwell. Converted at East Somerset Railway to resemble J94.Then to Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway as 68005[16] Overhauled at the Flour Mill in the Forest of Dean and returned to service in private ownership at Blaenavon in 2010.[17][18]

1944 RSH 7170 War Department 71516 Welsh Guardsman Severn Valley Railway
Operational
Lined black
Gwili Railway at Bronwydd Arms - geograph.org.uk - 4625783.jpg
[19]
1944 Hunslet 2868 (rebuilt as 3883 of 1963) War Department 75019
WD 168
68012 Lord Phil Epping Ongar Railway
Operational
Lined green [20]
1945 Hudswell Clarke 1782 War Department 71505,
WD 118
LMR 118 Brussels Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
Stored
Longmoor Military Railway Prussian blue
118 WD 0-6-0 ST Oxenhope Museum 2.jpg

Originally preserved by the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway from the Longmoor Military Railway.

1945 W.G.Bagnall 2777 War Department 75254,
WD 175
Alloa Area No. 7 SRPS at Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway
Operational
Sold to NCB in 1963.[8]
1945 W.G.Bagnall 2779 War Department 75256 No 2779 Gamma Tanfield Railway
Stored
Black lined red Spent time working at: Longmoor Military Railway (1945), Brandon C Colliery outside Durham (1946), Vane Tempest Colliery at Seaham (1967) and appeared repainted as 2502/7 in the Stockton and Darlington Railway 150th Anniversary at Shildon (1975).[21] fefore being bought and operated as sister locomotive Bowes No 20 at the Tanfield Railway whilst on loan to Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway until 1993 when she continued operating at Tanfield.
1945 Hunslet 3207 WD 157 Constantine
Scrapped 1968
One of two Austerities, with Errol Lonsdale, used in the filming of The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery in 1966, it was mocked up with side tanks to resemble a J50 and temporarily renumbered 68961. Scrapped in 1968 by Pollock Brown at Southampton.
1945 Vulcan Foundry 5272 War Department 75282,
WD 181 Insein
Haulwen Gwili Railway
Under overhaul
Lined green
Haulwen, Gwili Railway.jpg

Rebuilt in 1961 by Hunslet (works number 3879).[22]

1945 Vulcan Foundry 5309 War Department 75319 68072 Peak Rail Sold to NCB after World War II, numbered 72, returned to service in April 2013 at Llangollen Railway,[23] from 2015 at Mangapps railway museum.
1945 RSH 7289 War Department 71480

From 1946 with National Coal Board (North Western) at Walkden and Leigh collieries
Fred Tyseley Locomotive Works (at 2003)
Stored
Preserved at the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway from 1969[24] Now part of the Somerset & Dorset Locomotive Collection and relocated to Tyseley[25] In 1963, this was one of the Austerities fitted with the Porta / Hunslet Gas Producer Combustion System and underfed stoker.[25] Although the stoker had fallen from use by the time of its preservation, the firebox and Kylpor ejector with its distinctive 'Sontaran' chimney are one of the few Austerities so-fitted to survive(also [26]) and the only example in relatively complete condition.[25]
1946 Barclay 2212 War Department 71463
LNER 8078
68078 Private site, Sellindge
Stored awaiting overhaul
BR black
J94 68078.jpg
1947 Barclay 2215 War Department 71466
LNER 8077 working at Immingham Docks, then NCB no.14 in 1962
68077 Spa Valley Railway
Under overhaul
Unknown Originally preserved by the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway in 1971 where tested and withdrawn, due for fitting of vacuum brakes and steam heat. On loan to the Spa Valley Railway for overhaul in 2005
1948 Hunslet 3686 National Coal Board 60 Aln Valley Railway
Operational
NCB black
Ex-NCB Hunslet Austerity 0-6-0ST No. 60 watering at Alnwick Lionheart Station (1), 28 12 2018.jpg

Built for the NCB, with cab and bunker cut down to a smaller loading gauge for working the Lambton Drops, a coal staith at Sunderland.

1950 Hunslet 3694 National Coal Board Whiston Foxfield Railway
Operational
Lined green NCB
Foxfield Railway - sisters (geograph 3051892).jpg
[27]
1950 Hunslet 3696 National Coal Board Respite Ribble Steam Railway
Stored
Hunslet 0-6-0 no 3696 "Respite".JPG
[28]
1950 Hunslet 3698 National Coal Board Repulse Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway
Operational
Repulse Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway (2717985614).jpg

[29]

1952 Hunslet 3770 National Coal Board Norma Cambrian Heritage Railways
Overhaul started; stopped for lack of funds
Rust
1952 Hunslet 3776 National Coal Board 8 Warspite Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway [30]
1952 Hunslet 3777 National Coal Board 68030 Josiah Wedgwood Churnet Valley Railway
Stored
BR black
68030 at Boat of Garten - geograph.org.uk - 882455.jpg
1952 Hunslet 3781 National Coal Board 1 "Thomas" Mid Hants Railway
Operational
NWR blue
No. 1 "Thomas" (works number 3781 of 1952) at Ropley.png

Converted from a saddle-tank to side-tank design to create No. 1 "Thomas" in 1994

1953 Hunslet 3785 National Coal Board 69 North Tyneside Steam Railway
Static exhibit, awaiting overhaul
Hunslett Austerity No.69
1953 Hunslet 3788 National Coal Board Monckton No.1 Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway
Stored
Chuff Chuff - geograph.org.uk - 575024.jpg

[31]

1953 Hunslet 3790 War Department 190 190 Colne Valley Railway
Operational
Army olive green
26I06I2016 Colne Valley Railway B4.jpg
[32]
1953 Hunslet 3791 War Department 191 Black Knight 23 Holman F Stephens Kent & East Sussex Railway
Stored
Lined olive green
Austerity.jpg

Withdrawn in August 1968. Sold out of Army service, arrived on K&ESR in February 1972.[33]

1953 Hunslet 3792 War Department 192 Waggoner WD 92 Waggoner Isle of Wight Steam Railway
Under overhaul
Longmoor Military Railway Prussian blue
WD 92 Waggoner.JPG

Moved to the Isle of Wight on loan from the National Army Museum in 2005: ownership transferred to IOWSR in 2008.[34]

1953 Hunslet 3793 War Department 193 Shropshire Ribble Steam Railway
Under overhaul
Hunslet 0-6-0 no 3793 "Shropshire".JPG

Named at the Severn Valley Railway in 1977.[35]

1953 Hunslet 3794 War Department 194 10 Cumbria Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway
Operational
Furness Railway Indian Red
Cumbria Saddle Tank at Haverthwaite.jpg

Previously on the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway between 1974 and 2009. Owned by the Furness Railway Trust.[36][37]

1953 Hunslet 3796 War Department 196 Errol Lonsdale 68011 Errol Lonsdale Stoomcentrum Maldegem Operational Black, After restoration WD green (2016)
68011 at Buckfastleigh.jpg

Initially preserved on the Kent & East Sussex Railway from the Longmoor Military Railway, where it was used in the filming of The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery in 1966. Moved to the Mid Hants Railway prior to 1977, and then to the South Devon Railway in 1992. Sold in 2009 to unnamed private buyer[13]

WD196.jpg
1953 Hunslet 3797 War Department 197 Sapper 25 Northiam Kent & East Sussex Railway
Operational. Returned to service 2018
Blue Arrived on K&ESR in September 1977.[33]
Hunslet Austerity No. 25 'Northiam' on the K&ESR.jpg
1953 Hunslet 3798 War Department 198 Royal Engineer WD 198 Royal Engineer Isle of Wight Steam Railway
Operational
WD green
06I10I2013 Autumn Steam Gala H5.jpg

Moved to the Isle of Wight on loan from the National Army Museum in 1991: ownership transferred to IOWSR in 2008. [38]

1953 Hunslet 3800 War Department 200 200 Colne Valley Railway
Under overhaul
Hunslet Austerity 3800.jpg
Arrived at CVR June 2014.[39]
1953 Hunslet 3806 National Coal Board Wilbert Dean Forest Railway
Withdrawn for major repairs in 2016
3806 Wilbert Dean Forest Railway.JPG

Named by the Rev W Awdry in 1987.[40]

1953 Hunslet 3809 National Coal Board Great Central Railway
Under overhaul
GreatCentralRailway3809.JPG
1954 Hunslet 3810 National Coal Board Glendower South Devon Railway
Stored
Hunslet 3810 (8335229010).jpg
[41]
1954 Hunslet 3818 National Coal Board East Fife Area No. 19 SRPS at Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway
Operational
Green
Bo'ness. - geograph.org.uk - 71752.jpg

Previously carried spurious BR Livery and number 68019.[8]

1954 Hunslet 3823 National Coal Board Warrior Dean Forest Railway
Under overhaul
Warrior before Preservation.jpg
[42]
1955 Hunslet 3825 National Coal Board "LNER 8009" Stainmore Railway Company at Kirkby Stephen East
Under overhaul
Delivered to Betteshanger Colliery, Kent in 1954. Sold into preservation at the Great Central Railway in November 1981, sold to North Norfolk Railway1993. Bought by two Stainmore Railway Company directors in 2004, then spot-hired. Now back at Kirkby Stephen East, awaiting restoration.[43]
1955 Hunslet 3829 National Coal Board Gwili Railway
Stored
[citation needed]
1955 Hunslet 3837 National Coal Board 5 SRPS at Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway
Dismantled
Used at Michael and Comrie Collieries in Scotland.[8]
1956 Hunslet 3839 National Coal Board Wimblebury Foxfield Railway
Operational, Returned to traffic in 2017
Unlined blue with NCB lettering
Wimblebury on the Foxfield Railway - 2009-04-26.jpg
[27]
1956 Hunslet 3840 National Coal Board Pamela Garw Valley Railway
Stored
Pamela (537400614).jpg

Originally worked out of Maesteg and St John's Washery, Llynvi Valley. Previously in the possession of the Vale of Glamorgan Railway (now defunct), before being loaned to the Lincolnshire Wold Railway. Ownership transferred to Garw Valley Railway in 2012.

1956 Hunslet 3844 NCB United Steel Company No.22 Appleby Frodingham Railway
Operational
Lined maroon
Nene Valley Railway-Hunslet Austerity 060T No22 - Flickr - mick - Lumix.jpg

On loan from the Appleby Frodingham Railway

1958 Hunslet 3850 Ironstone Quarry Railways Juno Isle of Wight Steam Railway
Stored
Green
Juno1.jpg

Transferred to the Isle of Wight from the Ivatt Steam Trust in 2009.On loan to the National Railway Museum from October 2010 and on display at Shildon.[44]

1962 Hunslet 3882 NCB Rebuilding of 2890 with gas producer combustion system
1964 Hunslet 3889 NCB 65 Dean Forest Railway
Under overhaul
Departmental yellow Formerly at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre.[45] Moved to Rutland in 1989 and to Dean Forest 2015.[46]
1964 Hunslet 3890 NCB 66 Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
In service
Green
Quainton Road railway station (1970) 01.JPG

Last Hunslet Austerity built. in 1964. Boiler ticket expires in 2024.[47]

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