At Exmoor before going to the WHR
|Built by||Beyer Peacock, Manchester|
|2014||Acquired by SPS|
|2015||Arrived on WHR|
|Length||49 ft 2 in|
History in South Africa
130 was built by Beyer Peacock for South African Railways to their 2-6-2+2-6-2T NGG16 Garratt design. 130 is from the third batch of NGG16 locomotives built by Beyer Peacock and Comapny of Manchester in 1951. It carries the works number of 7431. It was used in South Africa on the Port Shepstone-Harding branch in Natal before being withdrawn in 1985.
Preservation in the UK
To the WHR
130 arrived on the WHR in 2015. It will be restored for use on the WHR by the works at Dinas. The restoration is being funded by the locomotive's owners. The rebuild included a new boiler built by Northern Steam Engineering Limited of Stockton. The tanks and cabs have also been replaced with new ones of the same style as used on 138 and 143. It is expected to enter service in 2019. It will be painted in Burrell Plum, a colour that approximates the red used by the Canadian Pacific railway.
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