Armstrong Sir Watkin Class 0-6-0T.
Designed for working goods trains through to the underground Metropolitan Railway.
|BR #||GWR #||Great Western Railway: Broad Gauge #||Name||Built||Wdrn||1950 shed||Last shed||Notes||Photos|
|Bulkeley||1865||1872||Sold to South Devon Railway in Jun 1872 where it was rebuilt as a saddle tank; returned to the GWR when the SDR was absorbed in 1876 and numbered 2157.|
|Fowler||1866||1887||Sold to South Devon Railway and rebuilt as a saddle tank; returned to GWR in 1876 when SDR was absorbed and given the number 2158.|
|Saunders||1866||1892||Sold to South Devon Railway in 1872 where it was rebuilt as a saddle tank; returned to GWR when SDR absorbed in 1876 and numbered 2158.|
|Sir Watkin||1866||1892||May have been renamed Wynn in 1869 when the name Sir Watkin was given to standard gauge 2-2-2 number 471, built in 1869.|
Number of locomotives logged in this class is 6.
Number of locomotives with photos available in this class: 0.