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Bagnall Locomotives
W.G. Bagnall Ltd.,
Stafford, England


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# 416 Built 1882 0-4-0 IST (Inverted Saddle Tank)
5.0 tonnes, 5" x 7.5" cylinders, 110 PSI
New for Komata Reefs Goldmining Co. "Mentoni"
1884-1889 Mercury Bay Timber Co. Whitianga "Samson"
Kauri Timber Co. took over Mercury Bay in 1888
1890 to Waiti Silverton Goldmining Co.
1903 Bond Bros. Katikati - timber
Finally went to Cashmore Bros and used as stationary log-hauler




Built:
1903
Gauge:
3'-6"
Number:
1718
Cylinders:
Two - 7" x 12"
Wheel Arr.
0-4-0 ST
Pressure:
140 psig
Wheel Diam:
19"
Weight:
7.75 tonnes
History:
1903-1906 New Plymouth Sash & Door Co. Tariki and Ponga Ponga "Nikau"
1907-1918 Potate Timber Co. and Pukuweka Sawmills, Manunui
1919-c1948 Mahotuku Timber Co. Raetihi

Photo : A.P. Godber



Built:
1906
Gauge:
3'-6"
Number:
1803
Cylinders:
Two - 6" x 9"
Wheel Arr.
0-4-0 ST
Pressure:
Wheel Diam:
Weight:
5 tons
History:
# 1803 Saddle Tank "Sandfly" Built 1906 0-4-0 ST
Herman & Louis Seifert, flax millers near Foxton 3' gauge
1910 West Coast Timber Co. Piha (Dr. Raynor)
1916 regauged to 3'6" by NZR Maintenance Branch
1921-1944 Makotuku Timber Co. Pakahi (Raetihi)

Photo : P.J. Mellor


# 1902 Built 1911 0-4-2 ST
7.75 tonnes, 140 psi, 6" x 9" cylinders
1911 NZ Powell Wood Process Co. Rangataua
1916 Westfield Freezing.
1926 to PWD # 501
1928 Auckland City Council for Huia Dam then idle 2-3 years
1932 Wilson Timber Mills, Te Whaiti
1935-1937 Kauri Timber Co., Mata. Boiler expired Dec 1937
Scrapped 1940