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W・G・バグナルW. G. Bagnall)は、イギリススタッフォードにあった機関車メーカーである​​。


ウィリアム・ゴードン・バグナル(William Gordon Bagnall)によって1875年に設立され、スタフォードにキャッスル工場を置いていたが、1962年イングリッシュ・エレクトリック買収され、消滅した。その製品の大半は、小型で産業用の2動軸または3動軸の蒸気機関車で、その多くが狭軌用であった。バグナルは、標準軌や狭軌の蒸気機関車およびディーゼル機関車の製造者として、よく知られていた。




日本の国有鉄道が導入したのは、新橋工場入換用に購入した1両(後の鉄道院1形)だけで、軌間1,067mm (3ft6in) のものもこれのみである。国有鉄道籍を得たものは、他に762mm (2ft6in) 軌間で旧佐世保鉄道引継ぎのケ97、ケ98があるに過ぎない。バグナルの機関車は小型のものが多く、合わせて7形式14両が青梅鉄道中遠鉄道陸軍鉄道連隊などによって輸入されているが、いずれも重量10t以下の軽便鉄道用や産業用のものばかりである。



保存場所 愛称・番号 製造番号 製造年 車軸配置 軌間 備考
Amberley Museum Railway Polar Bear 1781 1905 2-4-0T 2 ft  (610 mm) Originally built for the Groudle Glen Railway, the Bear as she is affectionately known was acquired by the Brockham Museum Trust soon after the GGR closed. She came to Amberley when the Brockham collection was transferred there in 1982. Currently under overhaul.
Amberley Museum Railway Peter 2067 1917 0-4-0ST 2 ft  (610 mm) Peter was built as a 3 ft gauge engine for the Canadian Forestry Commission. However due to cessation of hostilities it was returned to the manufacturer and, after being regauged to 2 ft, was put to work at the Cliffe Hill Quarry Company. Peter recently returned to service after a six-year restoration.
Amberley Museum Railway Wendy 2091 1919 0-4-0ST 2 ft  (610 mm) Wendy is a 2 ft gauge Quarry Bagnall formerly used at the Dorothea Quarry in North Wales. She is currently on loan to Amberley Museum from the Hampshire Narrow Gauge Railway Society.
Amerton Railway Isabel 1491 1897 0-4-0ST 2 ft  (610 mm) a typical Bagnall narrow gauge loco - this loco was for many years on public display opposite Stafford Railway Station before it was restored to use.
Battlefield Line Lamport No.3 2670 1942 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) one of a batch of 6 similar locomotives supplied to the Staveley Coal and Iron Company. Stored undercover awaiting overhaul
Chasewater Railway Linda 2648 1940 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) the first of a batch of 9 supplied to the Ministry of Supply for use at Royal Ordnance Factories
Bodmin and Wenford Railway No. 19 2962 1950 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Bodmin and Wenford Railway Alfred 3058 1953 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Bodmin and Wenford Railway Judy 2572 1937 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Bodmin and Wenford Railway 3121 1957 0-4-0F 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Rare 無火機関車
Bodmin and Wenford Railway 2766 1944 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) J94 class
Bredgar & Wormshill Light Railway Armistice 2088 1919 0-4-0ST 2 ft  (610 mm) Birmingham, Tame & Rea District Drainage Board Railway, Minworth, England
Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad No. 4 ... 1947 0-4-4-0T 2 ft  (610 mm) Locate in Cripple Creek, Colorado USA and used as season tourist train in one of Colorado's old mining districts
Foxfield Light Railway Hawarden 2623 1940 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) built for Butterley Company's steelworks, Ripley, Derbyshire
Foxfield Light Railway No. 2 2842 1946 0-4-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) built for the Kent Electric Power Company at Littlebrook Power Station, near Dartford
Foxfield Light Railway Florence No. 2 3059 1954 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) built for the NCB North Staffordshire Area
Foxfield Light Railway Lewisham 2221 1927 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) built for the Shropshire Beet Sugar Company at Alscott, near Wellington
Foxfield Light Railway Leys 3027 1961 0-4-0DH 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) the last-but-one locomotive built by W G Bagnall
Groudle Glen Railway Sea Lion 1486 1896 2-4-0T 2 ft  (610 mm) Originally built for the Groudle Glen Railway and operated in the glen until the Second World War. She was then left to rust outside the engine shed, and used for spart parts for Polar Bear until after the railway ceased operating in 1963. The rusted locomotive was rescued from the glen, and following a number of years as a static exhibit she was rebuilt as an Apprentice training project by British Nuclear Fuels at Sellafield in 1987 and returned to service on the Groudle Glen Railway in 1987, which in the meantime had been restored by a group of volunteers.
香港鉄路博物館 1928 0-4-4T 2 ft  (610 mm) 沙頭角鉄路
Kent (exact location uncertain) [1] Huntley & Palmers No.1 2473 1932 0-4-0F 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) 無火機関車
Phyllis Rampton Trust 2228 1928 0-4-4T 2 ft  (610 mm) 旧 沙頭角鉄路
Phyllis Rampton Trust Conqueror 2192 1922 0-6-2T 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) ex Bowaters Paper Railway and Great Whipsnade Railway
Phyllis Rampton Trust 2895 1948 0-4-2ST 2 ft  (610 mm)
Phyllis Rampton Trust 2029 1916 2-6-2T 2 ft 6 in (762 mm)
Phyllis Rampton Trust 2460 1932 4-6-2 2 ft  (610 mm)
Phyllis Rampton Trust 2457 1932 4-6-2 2 ft  (610 mm)
Phyllis Rampton Trust 2545 1936 0-4-4-0T 600 mm (1 ft 11 58 in) ex Renishaw Sugar Mill, South Africa
Plym Valley Railway Byfield 2655 1942 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Built to work at Byfield Ironstone Quarry in Northamptonshire. Overhaul is expected to start very soon
Rushden, Higham & Wellingborough Railway Cherwell 2654 1942 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) built for the Byfield Ironstone Co's quarry
Rutland Railway Museum| "Cranford" No 2. 0-6-0ST 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Awaiting overhaul, boiler ticket expired in 2006.
Welsh Highland Railway Sinembe 2287 1927 4-4-0T 2 ft  (610 mm) built for the Tongaat Sugar Estates, Natal.
Welsh Highland Railway Gelert 3050 1953 0-4-2T 2 ft  (610 mm) built for the Rustenberg Platinum Mines in South Africa.
Welsh Highland Railway Moel Tryfan 3023 195? 0-4-2T 2 ft  (610 mm) built for the Rustenberg Platinum Mines in South Africa.
Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway Monarch 3024 1953 0-4-4-0T 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) built for the Bowaters Paper Railway in Kent. This was last narrow gauge steam locomotive built for industrial service in the UK.[2]
Stephenson Railway Museum Thomas Burt MP 401 1950 0-6-0 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) There were three, but two survive.
East Anglian Railway Museum Jubilee 2542 1936 0-4-0 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) Returned to traffic in 2007 after an 18 month overhaul, painted in unlined light green
Muzium Negara FMSR No. 13/MR 321.01 2323 1928 0-6-2T 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) One of five lightweight shunters used on the wharves in Port Swettenham and Singapore. Originally owned by the Federated Malay States Railways and Malayan Railways. Sold to Pan-Malayan Cement in 1965 and painted green, but returned to MR and cosmetically restored with black MR livery in 1972. Placed on display beside Muzium Negara in 1973.
Usina São João in Santa Rita, PB USJ #3 "João Felipe" 1737 1903 0-4-0ST+T 3 ft 3 38 in (1,000 mm) Unmounted.
Usina Santa Tereza in Goiana, PE "Santa Tereza" (ex "Catu"; unnumbered) 1981 1913 0-4-2T 2 ft 5 12 in (750 mm) Operated before at Usina Nossa Senhora das Maravilhas, also in the state of Pernambuco, where her name used to be "Catu".
Stephenson Railway Museum Vulcan 2994-6 1950 0-6-0 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) A batch of three built for the Steel Company of Wales, they were used at their Abbey, Margam and Port Talbot Steelworks. Replaced by diesels in 1957, 2994 and 2996 were sold in September to the Austin Motor Company of Longbridge plant, Birmingham. No.2995 went to the N.C.B. in South Wales, and was scrapped in 1967. Sold to the West Somerset Railway, 2994 and 2996 become the core of the WSR's early motive power. Replaced by authentic GWR locomotives, 2994 was sold to the Stephenson Railway Museum, were it worked until 2009, and now stored awaiting restoration. 2996 was sold to the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway.[3]