A BR Standard Class 4 mixed traffic locomotive, built 1956. Restoration started.
- Wheel arrangement: 2-6-0
- Origin: British Railways; one of the 12 'Standard' designs introduced by R A Riddles after nationalisation.
- Introduced: 1952
- Working weight: 101 tons
- Driving wheels: 5' 3"
- Tractive effort: 24,170lbs
- Water capacity: 3,500 gallons
- Purpose: A mixed-traffic locomotive, at home on semi-fast passenger trains and on freight work. 115 of the class were built at Horwich and Doncaster and they could be found on all the Regions except the Western, most being allocated to the Southern and Scottish. No 76077 was shedded at Sutton Oak, near St Helens in 1962 and was withdrawn in 1967. It was brought to Toddington from Barry some 20 years later.
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