OPERATIONAL O&K 0-4-0WT – identified as 3136/1908 and named Susan –has left Jeremy Martin’s Richmond Light Railway.
It is now at Hollycombe Steam in the Country (formally Hollycombe Working Steam Museum), following its acquisition by a Hollycombe trustee.
The nameplates have been removed (they honoured a member of Jeremy Martin’s family) as have the works plates, the number on which might relate to the boiler rather than the loco. At Hollycombe it will be named Coco.
Read more in the September 2019 issue of The RM – on sale now!
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