There are two of the diminutive P Class locomotives on the Bluebell line. introduced in 1909 by the South Eastern and Chatham Railway for light passenger services. They were soon found to be under powered for this work and were relgated to light shunting and shed pilots around the network. Only eight were built but four have found their way into preservation, two at the Bluebell. 178 is painted in the SECR liverery whilst 323 is in a unique Bluebell livery.
They are seen here in the yard at Sheffiled Parks.
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