The Barry Standard 4s
Five of the BR Standard 4 2-6-0s were bought by Woodham Brothers for eventual scrapping. As documented elsewhere, the main workload at the scrapyard was the scrapping of hundreds of redundant coal wagons with the stock of over 200 locomotives remaining mostly intact.
Some 75 locomotives were scrapped at Woodhams but the majority (71) went between 1959 and 1965 with only 4 scrapped between 1966 and 1980. Sadly sister and fellow shed mate 76080 was one of them.
Have a look at our page on 76084’s stay at Barry.
Both sister and one time Shed Mate at Sutton Oak, 76079 and 76084 operate on the main line though 76079 is restricted to the short length of Newtwork Rail metals from Grosmont to Whitby.
Barry BR Standard 4 2-6-0s
|Locomotive||Left Barry||Order of leaving||Where Now?|
|76017||January 1974||46||Mid Hants Railway – returned to traffic after overall 2016|
|76077||May 1987||186||Restoration now underway – Toddington Standard Locomotive Company formed September 2018.|
|76079||July 1974||59||North Yorkshire Moors Railway with TPWS allowing running into Whitby.|
|76080||Scrapped 1972||One axle saved and on display at The Engine Shed|
|76084||January 1983||143||Running on the NNR during the Summer. Main line registered TOPS number 98484|
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