The Littleton Colliery at Huntington had four of their own engines and they used two others.Littleton No.1 0-6-0ST manning Wardle 1515/1901. Acquired new. Ran for a period in 1946 as Littleton No.2. Still at Littleton 1957, since scrapped.
Littleton No.2 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle 1596/1903. Acquired new. Still at Littleton 1957, since scrapped.
Littleton No.4 Pictured ‘as new’ 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle 1759/1910. Acquired new. Still at Littleton 1957, since scrapped. (No idea about a possible Littleton No.3).
Littleton No.5 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle 2018/1922. Acquired new. Still at Littleton 1962, since preserved, first at the Great Central Railway, in 2005 it was awaiting restoration at the Avon Valley Railway.
Conduit No.3 From the Conduit Colliery, Norton Canes. 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle 1180/1890. To Littleton pre-1910, to West Cannock 1949. Rebuilt by Manning Wardle 1920. Further details, Conduit Collieries Locos
No.6 Adjutant At Littleton 1945/1947 from Cannock & Rugeley Collieries. 0-6-0ST Manning Wardle 1913/1917. Full details see Cannock & Rugeley Collieries Locos