< Hunslet Gwynedd - Built for Penrhyn Quarries
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Celebrating these unique steam locomotives
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No. 316 (1883) Hunslet Engine Co. 0-4-0 saddle tank. Two cylinders 7 in x 10 in stroke; coupled wheel diameter 20.75 in; grate area 3.1 sq. ft; working pressure 120 lb; tractive effort 2,470 lb; weight 7 tons; length 13 ft. 1 in. Ex-Penrhyn Slate Quarries. She now lives at the Bressingham Steam Meseum in Norfolk.
Repainted in 2000 in its original 1883 livery by the Festiniog Railway when it returned to North Wales for the first time in 35 years.
Gwynedd is see here visiting the Festiniog Railway vintage weekend in October 2000 after traveling from Bressingham Norfolk for the event.
Gwynedd participating in The Great Slate Shunt at FR's Minffordd yard.


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