Alice (locomotive)

Alice (locomotive)

Alice, a Hunslet 0-4-0 ST, used to work in the Dinorwic slate quarries at Llanberis, in North Wales. Built in 1902, as Works No. 780, the locomotive was originally called ‘No. 4’. There was an earlier Alice which was built in 1889 (Works No. 492), later renamed King of the Scarlets.

Read more about Alice (locomotive):  The Alice Class, Alice No. 780, Restoration, Preservation

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... Scott was at that time a volunteer fireman on the Ffestiniog Railway, and the first outing for Aliceafter her long restoration was in April 1994 on that railway, initially in ... On 19 June 1994 Alicearrived at the Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway ... Mrs AliceHyde, whose son Bill was a driver on the Bala Lake Railway, had set up a bookstall to raise money for the locomotive€™s restoration and Scott promised that when the engine ran again it should ...

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