Constructed by David Curwen in 1978 as a 2-6-2T and formerly named Jubilee was inspired by the Manning Wardle locomotives used by the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway in Devon, although Walschaerts rather than the Joy valve gear on the prototype was fitted.
Unlike the loco on which it was based is a 2-6-4T built in 1979 by Milner Engineering originally as a scaled down copy of a Leek and manifold locomotive and named Elaine but was re-built in its present form based on a Welsh Highland Railway Hunslet in 1985 at Fairbourne.
Formerly named France was built as a 0-4-0ST plus tender by Milner Engineering in 1978 and is based on the Class B Sharp Stewart locomotives of the Darjeeling Himalaya Railway.
Built as a 0-6-4ST in 1979 by David Curwen and formerly named David Curwen is based on the locomotive Beddgelert that ran on the original North Wales Narrow Gauge Railway, a forerunner of the Welsh Highland Railway, between 1878 and 1906.
Was originally built in 1961 as a 15 inch gauge 4w-4wPH by G&S Light Engineering as Sylvia but was rebuilt at Fairbourne in 1984 as a diesel powered loco and renamed Lilian Walter, re-gauged to 12 ¼ inch gauge in 1985, then rebuilt as Tony to re-enter service in 2013.
Is the third locomotive to carry the name and was constructed as a 2 feet gauge Hunslet diesel built in 1994 and after working as an industrial loco in London and Singapore came to Fairbourne to be re-built as our 12 ¼ inch gauge workhorse, entering service in 2009.