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Chasewater Railway Museum Catalogue – Hunslet Engine Co. Objects

Chasewater Railway Museum Catalogue

Hunslet Engine Co. Objects and Photos

These are the objects and photographs of the Hunslet Engine Co. in the museum collection.

Click on the link below to see the full list

Hunslet Objects and Photos 2020 XL Files

Caption text: Object number, name, description, location in the museum.

Click on a picture to see a larger image, the click on the side arrow to move on.



3 Photos – New to us

Chasewater Railway Museum

3 Photos – New to us

3 photographs came into the museum over the weekend, I think from the bric-a-brac on Brownhills West Station.

Hanbury in the snow

The first one is the Peckett loco ‘Hanbury’  of the West Cannock No. 5 Colliery,  No.587 of 1894, looking cool!

Wimblebury Rawnsley Road

Next is the Hunslet, ‘Wimblebury’ pictured on the Rawnsley Road on the way to Cannock Wood.  No.3839 of 1956.  Note the ‘frog-eye’ Austin Healey Sprite coming through on the inside!

Wimblebury smoke

Finally, another study of ‘Wimblebury’ – hope nobody’s got their washing out!

Museum Objects – One of our Local Nameplates

Museum Objects – One of our Local Nameplates


05212 Carol Ann No.5 HE 0-6-0ST1821-1936 Holly BankCarol Ann No.5
0-6-0ST Hunslet  1821/1936.  Bought new.  Still at Holly Bank 1957 – since scrapped.
Robert Nelson No.4 and Carol Ann No.5 (Hunslet 0-6-0ST  1800 and 1821 respectively, built 1936) were named after the Colliery Manager’s two children.
On transfer to Littleton Colliery in NCB days – November 1959  – Carol Ann was renumbered ‘1’ by grinding the ‘5’ off the nameplate (look closely at the nameplate) and screwing in a ‘1’.  This was because Littleton already had a loco ‘Littleton No.5’

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05213 Carol Ann No.1 0-6-0ST Pic Stan CartwrightCarol Ann as No.1 – Pic by Stan Cartwright