National Railway Museum York

Diminutive 0-4-0ST Teddy in the yard at the NRM in June 2013. Built in Bristol by Peckett & Sons in 1942 (works no 2012) Teddy is believed to be the smallest working standard gauge steam locomotive in the UK. Originally used by the Royal Ordnance Corps in Poole, Dorset, the locomotive spent much of its life, including the war years, shunting wagons around the very tight yard there. Teddy is now regularly employed on mini tourist steam trips at the NRM.

Location: National Railway Museum York

Company: National Railway Museum

Photographer: John Furnevel

Contact photographer: John Furnevel

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Date: 06/06/2013

Image number: 44069

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