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    UKP: LMS: Furness 17

    Steam loco

    FR Class 17 0-4-0

    Constructed by Sharp Stewart & Co to order 440, this 0-4-0 tender locomotive was one of a batch of eight locomotives constructed for the Furness Railway. It was completed in 1863 and is the country’s oldest working steam locomotive.

    In 1870 the first six of the class, F.R. Nos. 17, 18, 19, 20, 25 and 26 were sold to the Barrow Haematite Steel Co. at Barrow. No. 20 continued in traffic until 1960 when diesel locomotives were introduced, it completed 90 years' service at the steelworks, and just 3 years short of its centenary!

    BHSC No. 7 stood in the grounds of the George Hastwell Special School in Abbey Road, Barrow for over twenty years, until it was purchased privately in 1983 and moved to the Steamtown Railway Museum at Carnforth in Lancashire. Following a grant of 97,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund and contributions from other groups, the Furness Railway Trust were able to begin the overhaul in earnest. The stripped-down frames and motion of F.R. No. 20 were delivered to the Barrow-in-Furness workshops on 18th December 1996. After a total rebuild, including the construction of a new boiler and tender, the locomotive emerged two years later on 17th December 1998, resplendent in Furness Railway Indian Red livery.

    Diagram 440
    Introduced 1863
    Withdrawn 1960
    Wheel Arrangement 0-4-0
    Builder Sharp, Stewart & Co.
    Driving Wheel Dia 4ft 9in
    Num Cylinders 2, inside
    Number Altnumber Status Note Livery Depot Base Owner
    20 7   1448   P Furness Railway Trust FR Brown PR Ribble Steam Railway PRE UKIN/Sharp Stewart

    Furness 17 Tank

    Steam loco

    FR Class 17 0-4-0 ST

    Constructed by Sharp Stewart & Co to order 440, this 0-4-0 tender locomotive was one of a batch of eight locomotives constructed for the Furness Railway. 

    In 1870 the first six of the class, F.R. Nos. 17, 18, 19, 20, 25 and 26 were sold to the Barrow Haematite Steel Co. at Barrow. No. 25 continued in traffic until 1960 when diesel locomotives were introduced, it completed 90 years' service at the steelworks. 

    BHSC 17 stood in the grounds of the Stone Cross Special School at Ulverston until the school closed around 1980. At some stage it was bought privately and moved to Steamtown at Carnforth.

    In May 2018 it was reported that the locomotive had been donated to the Furness Railway Trust who already owned Furness Railway locomotive No 20. The locomotive was moved from the West Coast Railway base at Carnforth to the Ribble Steam Railway headquarters at Preston in November 2018. The locomotive will be restored as a saddle tank classmate (Furness Railway No 20) has been restored as a 0-4-0 tender engine.

    Introduced 1863
    Withdrawn 1960
    Wheel Arrangement 0-4-0 ST
    Builder Sharp, Stewart & Co.
    Num Cylinders 2, inside
    Number Altnumber Status Depot Base Owner
    25 6   17   1585   PR Ribble Steam Railway PRE UKIN/Sharp Stewart