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Hudswell-Clarke 1369 ‘M. S. C. No. 67’

The Manchester Ship Canal was one of the largest private railway networks during it’s peak. The railways helped build the canal and played a vital part in it’s operation. M.S.C No 67. It’s long tanks had a capacity of 850 gallons, which gives the loco quite a squat appearance!

Built Weight Length Status Wheel
1919, Hudswell Clarke Foundry, Leeds
33 tons 19 cwt
24' 4" (approx 7.4 m)
On display, not operational