|Home Railway||Leighton Buzzard Railway|
|Original Railway||A Water Works in Kolkata (Calcutta)|
|Built by||Baguley Cars Ltd|
Tiny Baguley 0-4-0T Rishra (2007 of 1921) was repatriated from its Indian resting place at a water works in Kolkata (Calcutta) by Michael Satow, the founder of the Indian Railways Museum in New Delhi. It is normally based at the Leighton Buzzard Railway. She is the only surviving Baguley steam loco, and one of only a very few built; the works number sequence for steam locos started at 2000. She is believed to be 1 of only 2 surviving locos with Baguley valve gear, Rishra having Baguley Improved specifically, similar to the Bagnall-Price gear which was adopted by Bagnall after E.E. Baguley left that firm.