Gibb & Hogg Ltd.
Gibb & Hogg were Airdrie-based locomotive builders whose designs generally followed the pattern of the Kilmarnock manufacturers, but with certain differences. The saddle tank is a more curvaceous design than those found on Barclay products. The Ramsbottom safety valves are mounted on the dome, while a tall stove-pipe chimney is fitted. A feature of Gibb & Hogg products is the provision of splashers over the driving wheels, and the open back to the cab should be noted.Gibb & Hogg loco built 1898
Gibb & Hogg, Victoria Engine Works, Airdrie
Established in 1866 but locomotives were not built until McCulloch Sons & Kennedy closed in 1890. Twenty Kilmarnock type 0-4-0STs, except for one 0-6-0ST supplied to the Eden Colliery. Lowe lists all. One supplied to Meyer of Widnes in 1903 . Firm ceased production in 1912.