WD 0-4-0 diesel mecahnical shunter No.72222 "Noah"; Built by Vulcan Drewry, Newton le Willows (No. of 1945) as a standard WD War Department shunter. 150 hp Gardner engine. At Long Marston Depot, Warwickshire, September 2010.
Chatham Dockyard. Andrew Barclay 0-4-0 diesel shunter No. 42 is seen being hoisted by crane onto a low-loader at the Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham. The locomotive is bound for Chatham Historic Dockyard, where it will form part of a new display. No. 42 was one of a large class of standardised diesel shunters constructed for the War Department during 1941, being dispatched to France as part of the D-Day landings. The name ''Overlord'' is a recent addition, being added during 2000 as part…
Andrew Barclay 0-6-0 Diesel-Mechanical No. 1 - The design of this early diesel locomotive was derived from a War Office 1936 order. It retains its original Paxman-Riccardo engine, developing 180BHP, and Wilson epicyclic gearbox.