Locomotives

Resident Locomotives

Prince Charles

This a Diesel - Electric, 4-6-2 tender locomotive which was built around 1950 by the late H. Barlow. This locomotive was one of eight similar designs by Barlow and now only one of six that remains. 

George Outhwaite

A Diesel – Hydraulic, 0-4-0 Tank locomotive.
Built by Saltburn Miniature Railway Association in 1994.

Named after one of our dedicated volunteers George Outhwaite was an inspirational member who worked very hard for us here on the Railway. George unveiled the name of the locomotive at our naming ceremony and was very surprised to have revealed his own name as this was the biggest secret all our other members had kept from him. He sadly passed away some months later and although sadly missed his locomotive lives on.

Saltburn 150

The Locomotive was originally built in the early to mid 1970s. It is based on a scale replica of 'Flying Sctosman' and was originally named as such. Motive power is provided by a Diesel Engine powering Hydraulic Transmission so is a 'Diesel - Hydraulic' Loco. We renamed it "Saltburn 150" in honour of the town's celebrations. 

Blacklock R

The Locomotive, was originally built in the early to mid 1970s. It is based as a scale replica of 'Flying Sctosman'. It was not built as a Steam Loco. Motive power is provided by (or will be) a 'Diesel Engine', powering Hydraulic Transmission. Or in other words 'Diesel - Hydraulic'.

Past Visiting Locomotives

Little Giant

'Little Giant', made it's first visit in August 1996.
Little Giant made further annual Summer visits in subsequent years, last visiting in August 2000.

Effie

'Effie' has to date made 2 visits -:

A: specifically to commemorate our 'Grand Re-opening Ceremony', 17th August 2003.
'Effie was visiting from the 'Cleethorpes Light Railway' for that weekend only.

B: Throughout the Peak of the Summer of 2009,
hauled Trains mostly at Weekends.

Mountaineer

Built in 1970 by Wilhelm Van Der Heiden of Rotterdam, Holland. The Loco worked in Holland until 1985. When it was sold to the 'Bush Mills Railway', Tazmania, until closing in 2004.
After being purchased by 'Mr Humpherys', of Richmond, England, the Loco (and some other rolling stock), were shipped to the U.K. (June 2006) and are now based at 'Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway', Lincolnshire.