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Barclay 0-6-0T Harlaxton
Normally based at the Caledonian Railway, Brechin, Harlaxton visited Quainton in the guise of Thomas for Easter 2019.
Harlaxton was built by Andrew Barclay in 1941 for Stewart & Lloyds, Corby. The locomotive carried the name Harlaxton after one of Stewart & Lloyds quarries. Harlaxton was initially preserved at the North Norfolk Railway, before moving to the Caledonian Railway at Brechin. After a period in operation in the early 2000s, the loco returned to operation in 2016 and operates as Thomas the Tank Engine.
|Builder :-||Andrew Barclay||Date Built :-||1941||Works No. :-||2107|
|Running No. :-||-||Name :-||Harlaxton||Wheel Arrangement :-||0-6-0T|
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