The BR Standard Class 4 2-6-0 is a class of steam locomotive designed by Robert Riddles for British Railways
76084 was built at Horwich in 1957, as part of an order for British Railways. The engine spent its working life in the North West, initially shedded at Darwen, before moving round and finishing up at Wigan, from where the engine went to Barry scrapyard. Saved from Barry, the engine was preserved in a garden until moving to Northumberland under the care of Standard 4 Locomotive Group
The engine is now in use on the North Norfolk Railway, as can be seen in this photo taken in Sheringham.
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