0-6-0ST steam locomotive 'No. 44', "Conway"
|Built||1933, at Leeds|
|Weight||Somewhere about 38 to 40 tons|
|Driving wheels||3' 6" diameter (approx 106 cm)|
|Cylinders||2 (inside), 16" diameter (approx 405 mm)|
|Previously worked||Stewarts & Lloyds steelworks, Corby, Northamptonshire|
|Entered collection||Purchased from a private owner in 2006 with support from the PRISM fund|
|Current status||Recently returned from NRM "Locomotion" at Shildon, following some restoration. On display while awaiting further cosmetic restoration.|
More details of this locomotive are given in our stockbook.
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