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Bass Museum
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No: 12432   Contributor: Tich & Quackers   Year: 1996   Manufacturer: Neilson and Company   Country: England
Bass Museum

A little more of the loco at (what was) the Bass Museum along with a carriage and what looks like another mini loco.

Co-ed note - Can't id the back one but the front one is No.9 see picture #12366 for details.
Picture added on 11 November 2011 at 19:19
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I suspect the other one is No. 20, reputed to be the only surviving standard gauge locomotive built by the Kent Construction Company.
If so, it was originally built with a Dorman 4Jo 40 bhp petrol engine, re-engined with a Dorman 4DWD diesel engine of 50 bhp in the 1950s.
Information obtained from the chasewaterstuff web site.

Added by Peter Langsdale on 11 November 2011.
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