Conduit Collieries (Littleton) Locomotives

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Formerly Conduit Colliery, Norton Canes – later acquired by Littleton Collieries Ltd.,  Huntington.

Five locos, four photos.

05241 Conduit No.1 0-6-0ST MW 244-1867 Chasetown 1950Conduit No.1 0-6-0ST  Manning Wardle 244/1867.  Acquired new.  Moved to Chasetown 1950, scrapped there 1952.

Conduit No.2 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle  565/1876.  Acquired new, sold to Ackton Hall Colliery Co.,  Yorkshire 1892.

05251 Conduit No.3 0-6-0ST MW 1180-1890Conduit No.3 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle   1180/1890.  Acquired new.  Transferred to Littleton before 1910, to West Cannock in 1949 and Hednesford in 1954.  Still there in 1957, since scrapped.  Rebuilt by Manning Wardle 1920.

05252 Conduit No.4 0-6-0ST MW 1326-1896Conduit No.4 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle  1326/1896 Acquired new.  Transferred to Coppice Colliery October 1949, To Holly Bank May 1950, Coppice again around October 1950, then Chasetown August 1951.  Still at Chasetown 1957, since scrapped.

05367 Aynho 0-6-0ST MW 1722-1908 Conduit CollAynho 0-6-0ST  Manning Wardle  1722/1908.  Bought from Walter  Scott & Middleton (date unknown).  Transferred to Walsall Wood Coll.  1950 then Chasetown 1951, still there in 1957, since scrapped.

3 responses to “Conduit Collieries (Littleton) Locomotives

  1. Hi there,

    I spend my free time at the Middleton Railway in Leeds where I am a steam loco driver and also help run the photo archives. We are looking at expanding the collection to cover Leeds built locomotives in service around the country and abroad. This blog has some fascinating images and I wondered if we could discuss having a copy for our archive?

    I hope to hear from you.

    Any

    • Hi Andy, no problem at all – what would you like? John cws

      • Hi John.

        Well if im really honest, im looking for images of any Leeds built locomotives. We are hoping to build the biggest archive of Leeds locomotives and are in discussion with several other museums and societys. If you want to email me, please feel free and I can tell you more.

        Many thanks,

        Andy

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