Steam Railway (UK) - - ‘P’ CLASS RESTORED -

No. 1215 wasn’t the only Hunslet 4-6-0T ex­ported over­seas af­ter the war, and a num­ber still sur­vive in the coun­tries to which they were sent.


●● Works No. 1218: Fully re­stored (ex­cept boiler) at the Aus­tralian War Me­mo­rial in Can­berra. Not cur­rently on dis­play.

●● Works No. 1239: Cos­met­i­cally re­stored and put on dis­play in Fe­bru­ary 2018 at the Ip­swich Work­shops Mu­seum of Queens­land Rail­ways.

●● Works No. 1240: A con­glom­er­ate lo­co­mo­tive with parts of many oth­ers, un­re­stored and stored out­side at the Wood­ford Rail­way, north of Bris­bane.

●● Works No. 1319: Cos­met­i­cally re­stored and on dis­play in­side the Proser­pine Lo­cal His­tory Mu­seum in north-east Queens­land.


All three lo­co­mo­tives were con­verted to ten­der en­gines, so tanks have been re­moved

●● Works No. 1332: Cos­met­i­cally re­stored and on dis­play out­side the Na­tional Rail­way Mu­seum in Buenos Aires.

●● Works No. 1336: Cos­met­i­cally re­stored and on dis­play at the Es­tado Santa Anna, Cor­ri­entes prov­ince.

●● Works No. 1337: Cos­met­i­cally re­stored and on dis­play at the Es­tado Con­cor­dia, En­tre Rios prov­ince.


●● Works No. 1312: On dis­play in a park, Rio Grande Do Sul area.

●● Works No. 1313: Last noted on dis­play at Usina Leao Utinga in Ale­goas State heav­ily re­built to me­tre gauge and now an 0-6-2T.


●● Works No. 1371: Be­lieved to be on dis­play in a mil­i­tary camp in Pune.


●● Works Nos. 1536 & 1537: Both sur­vive (although one is dis­man­tled) at the work­shops of the Nepal Gov­ern­ment Rail­way from Jay­na­gar to Janakpur.


●● Works No. 1265: Re­cov­ered from a mine­field with­out a boiler, it has been re­assem­bled and can move us­ing a diesel en­gine mounted in the boiler space, on dis­play near the Ruten­berg power sta­tion.

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