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Nameplate JOE ex Hawthorn Leslie 0-4-0ST built in 1899 as works number 2431. Delivered new to J. Hill & Co Middlesbrough, it moved in 1914 to Sir Hedworth Williamson's lime works Ltd at Fulwell Sunderland as was then named Joe. It is thought that the nameplate may have been used on an earlier engine which was withdrawn in the same year as it is widely known that nameplates from earlier engines at this works were transferred. Cast brass with ornate ends, face restored measures 27in x 7.25in. The other nameplate from this locomotive is in the Doncaster Grammar School Museum.

Category:  Nameplates Steam
Auction: March 2020 , Lot: 178
Nameplate JOE Ex Hawthorn Leslie 0-4-0st Built In

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