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A COLLECTION OF LOCOMOTIVES WHICH ARE OFTEN
SEEN IN CUTTESLOWE PARK

ABBEY NATIONAL
has been pulling passengers round the track for many years.
She is powered by a petrol engine.

FLORENCE
quite similar to Abbey National, but a more recent addition.
She is often seen, as here, pulling Lottie, the special carriage

REX LONGSHAWE
This is a model of a locomotive of the Santa Fe railroad in the USA.
The model is powered by electric motors and batteries.
It was built by a member of COSME, but left unfinished on his death.
His family gave the model to the Society, who completed it and
named it in his memory in 2011.

A CLASS 47 DIESEL

TOPSY

FAIR ROSAMUND II

Romulus  POLLY

Shunter  SAMUEL

SPARKY

9F

Standard Class 9F was the last of the locos designed for British Railways.  It was intended for fast heavy freight trains over long distances.   It was one of the most powerful locomotives ever built in Britain.  Between 1954 and 1960 more than 250 of these locomotives were built.  The last of them was withdrawn from service in 1968