0-6-2Ts 69182 and 69146 belonged to LNER class N15 - a Reid NBR design.
69182 has the cables for lifting the front coupling visible on the smokebox - a
Cowlairs banker? Eastfield (65A)
...and here's class-mate 69143, on shed and in steam, at Thornton (62A)
68349 is an earlier Reid design, an outside-cylindered 0-6-0T - also in steam
and still earning its keep at Eastfield
...and 68335 of the same class at Thornton
Ballachulish - McIntosh 0-4-4T 55173, ex-Caledonian Railway, a design dating
from the turn of the last century. 9 September 1960
4-4-0 62428 "The Talisman" is another Reid NBR loco, LNER class D30, on
shed at Hawick. 3 January 1959 (probably!)
...and class-mate 62442 "Simon Glover", at Thornton
0-6-0 57650 - a hefty-looking 0-6-0 designed by Pickersgill in 1918 for service
on the Caledonian Railway. Hurlford (67B)?
...but class-mate 67500 may have worked its last train. Parkhead shed.
Here's an NBR J36 - class-mate of preserved "Maude". A Holmes design from
1888, 65344 appears to be in good working order. Bathgate (64F)?
67492 - one of the rather attractive 4-4-2Ts build by Reid for the North British,
LNER class C16, is on the SLS Lothian Lines railtour at North Leith, 6/9/1958
None of the above locos are still with us (what a lot we lost in the 50s and 60s).
However, already in preservation were these two - the Caley single no. 123
(only 2 years older than the J36 above) at Kingmoor shed (30 August 1958)
and "Gordon Highlander", the ex-GNoSR 4-4-0 at Dawsholm (65D). They saw
railtour service in the early 60s - wouldn't it be great to see them out again?
Scottish pre-grouping steam