Brass worksplate no 1517, Manning Wardle & Co

Made:
1900 in Leeds
maker:
Manning Wardle & Co
Brass worksplate no 1517, Manning Wardle & Co (works plate)

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Worksplate, "Manning Wardle & Co No 1517 Leeds 1900", brass, oval, ex Class H 0-4-0ST "Hugo", built 1900, new to Bell Bros Ltd, Parson Byers Quarry, transferred to Page Bank Colliery October 1921, Bowburn Colliery April 1929, Newlandside Quarry May 1932, returned to Parson Byers Colliery 1952, scrapped June 1958. .

Details

Category:
Locomotives and Rolling Stock Components
Object Number:
1979-7402
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy)
Measurements:
6.1024 x 10.8268 in.; 155 x 275 mm
type:
works plate
credit:
Smith, E.E.