№53, a 0-6-0 Ruston 165DS class diesel locomotive named “Sir Alfred Wood” after the first director of British Sugar Corporation.
Built in March 1953, the loco was in industrial use until preserved in 1991, at the Nene Valley Railway (from 1991 until 1996).
This was followed by a period at the Northampton Ironstone Railway Trust before coming to the Northampton & Lamport Railway.
After a change in ownership, the locomotive is owned by the Northampton & Lamport Railway Charitable Incorporated Organisation.
Donations and volunteers wanting to help restore, maintain and operate the locomotive are welcome.
Please see https://www.nlr.org.uk/volunteering-nlr/ for more details on becoming a Volunteer Working Member or https://www.nlr.org.uk/memberships/ if you’d like to show your support by being a member of the railway.
|165DS||Ruston & Hornsby||0-6-0|
|Built:||1953||Builder:||Ruston & Hornsby|
|BR №:||N/A||Driving Wheel Diameter:||N/A|
|Engine:||Ruston 6VPHL Six cylinder oil engine||Transmission:||Mechanical to jack shaft|
|Weight:||N/A||Maximum Design Speed:||< 20 mph|
|Brake Force:||N/A||Maximum Tractive Effort:||N/A|
|Made Redundant / Withdrawn:||N/A||Date Preserved:||1991|
|Arrived at NLR:||N/A||Current Status:||Under Repair|