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W. G. Bagnall was a locomotive manufacturer in Stafford, trading between 1875 and 1962 in mainly small industrial steam and later also diesel locos. They were known for technical innovations like the Bagnall-Price and Baguley valve gears, marine-type circular fireboxes and inverted saddle tanks (side tanks connected under the smokebox). They also had their own brand of articulated locomotive.[1]