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Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd
Predecessor Alley & MacLellan
Successor Transport Vehicles (Warrington) Ltd
Founded 1915
Defunct 1956
Headquarters Shrewsbury, Shropshire, United Kingdom
Products agriculture machinery lorry, railway locomotives

Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd was a British company based in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England that made steam powered lorries ("road locomotives"), railway locomotives and later diesel engined lorries and locomotives.

HistoryEdit

Alley & MacLellanEdit

The company began life in 1906 as Alley & MacLellan based in Polmadie, Glasgow, Scotloand. Alley & MacLellan began producing steam road vehicles in 1906 when they introduced a 5 ton vertical boiler wagon, which featured a 2 cylinder undertype engine and chain drive.

Move to ShrewsburyEdit

The company changed its name to Sentinel Waggon Works Ltd when a new factory was opened at Shrewsbury in 1915. There were several other slight changes to the name over the company's lifetime when further infusions of working capital were required to obviate financial problems.

Alley & MacLellan's early wagon was so successful that it remained in production with relatively few updates until the launch of Sentinel's famous Super in 1923. The company also produced steam railway locomotives and railcars, for the LMS railway company and industrial customers.

In 1917, the company was bought by William Beardmore & Co Ltd.

Sentinel Waggon Works (1920) LtdEdit

In 1920, after financial problems, the company was reorganized as Sentinel Waggon Works (1920) Ltd.

Sentinel, along with Foden, dominated the steam market, but the 1930s saw the demise of both companies' ranges as new legislation forced the development of lighter lorries, Sentinel surviving the longest.

In 1934 Sentinel launched a new and advanced steamer - the S type which had a single-acting 4-cylinder underfloor engine with longitudinal crankshaft and an overhead worm-drive axle. It was lighter and featured a modernized driver's cab with a set-back boiler and was available in four, six and eight-wheel form, designated S4, S6 and S8. In spite of its sophisticated design, however, it could not compete with contemporary diesel trucks for all-round convenience and payload capacity, and was phased out in the late 1930s. It was not the end of Sentinel's involvement with steam, however; the company built about 100 "S" type vehicles for export to Argentina as late as 1950, for use by the Río Turbio coal mine.[1] It has been stated that Sentinel were never paid for the last batch of the Rio Turbio production run. At least two of the Rio Turbio Waggons survive in Argentina to this day.

In 1946 Thomas Hill's signed an agency agreement with Sentinel for repair and maintenance of diesel vehicles. In 1947 Sentinel offered to extend the agreement for diesel vehicles to include the steam locomotives and an agency was accepted by Thomas Hill for sales and servicing.

Sentinel (Shrewsbury) LtdEdit

In 1947 the company became Sentinel (Shrewsbury) Ltd, and had developed a new range of diesel lorries. Despite Sentinel's superbly engineered vehicles, sales diminished throughout the 1950s, and by 1956 the company was forced to cease lorry production. The factory was acquired by Rolls-Royce for diesel engine production, and the remaining stock of parts and vehicles was taken over by Sentinel's chief dealer, North Cheshire Motors Ltd of Warrington, who formed a new company, Transport Vehicles (Warrington) Ltd, in 1957 to produce Sentinel-based designs under the TVW name.

In 1963 Thomas Hill's decided to renew the loco agreement and relinquish the diesel vehicle agency, concentrating all efforts on the steam locomotive work.

Rolls-Royce agree to build diesel locomotivesEdit

Despite the various interesting developments, Rolls-Royce did not consider railway locomotives to be part of their core business. They had agreed to complete all steam locos on order, and four steam receiver locos ordered by Dorman Long in 1956, but only after much consideration did Rolls-Royce finally agree at the end of 1957 to design and build a diesel locomotive of similar weight and power to the 200 hp steam loco that had sold so well. Thomas Hill's would assist in the design and development of these diesel machines and would be the Sole distributor.

Last steam locomotivesEdit

In 1958 the last two Sentinel steam locos were delivered marking the end of an era. Two of the newly developed steam receiver locos were delivered and proved very satisfactory in service, but Dorman Long were not happy. There had been a change of heart among their engineers as well as a change of circumstances, and they were now favouring diesel locomotives. The last two steam receiver locos were built but never delivered and ultimately all four were converted to diesel hydraulic.

Diesel Production commencesEdit

The prototype Sentinel diesel locomotive was built and ready to commence trials on the S & M Railway (Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway?) early in 1959. It met with the approval and enthusiasm of the Company's prospective customers and before the end of the year 17 locomotives had been sold and delivered. The company was ready to produce a maximum of four locomotives a month.

By 1963 four different Sentinel diesel models were being produced, commencing with the 34 ton chain drive 0-4-0 powered by the Rolls-Royce C6SFL six-cylinder engine of 225 bhp. This was followed within a year by a 48 ton 0-6-0 rod coupled machine, fitted with a Rolls-Royce C8SFL eight-cylinder engine of 325 bhp.

These Sentinels demonstrated their suitability for heavy work, but heavier and more powerful locos were called for, particularly by the steel industry, and before the end of 1963 a 75 ton 0-8-0 powered by 2 x C8SFL engines and a 40 ton 0-4-0 fitted with a C8SFL engine had been added to the range.

Sentinel SteelmanEdit

A shaft drive 600 hp 0-6-0 machine was now being developed at Shrewsbury to use the new DV8T engine. Considerable interest in this loco was expressed by Stewart and Lloyds mineral division at Corby who were operating more than 20 steam locos, mainly of the Austerity type. This new locomotive Steelman was eventually delivered to Corby in late 1967, about two years overdue. The prototype locomotive proved satisfactory and three more were ordered by Stewart and Lloyds and one by Richard Thomas and Baldwins, Scunthorpe. With Stewart and Lloyds' programme to replace more than 20 steam locos over the next few years the future for Steelman looked good.

Unfortunately for the Company and Rolls-Royce, British Railways, seeing a potential for their Swindon-built class 14 diesel hydraulic locomotives made Stewart and Lloyds an offer of 26 locomotives around three years old at a fraction of their original cost. The Class 14 locomotive had proved rather a white elephant for B.R. but powered by a 650 hp Paxman, Voith Transmission, a rod coupled 0-6-0 capable of doing the work required, it was an offer that Stewart and Lloyds could hardly refuse. New locomotive sales were declining anyway, and the release of such locos onto the industrial market at such prices was disastrous, and regrettably no further "Steelman" locos were built at Shrewsbury.

This was not to be the end of the Steelman. Some 12 years later ICI Billingham wanted two heavy locomotives to replace their ageing Yorkshire Janus locomotives. Their stated wish was to buy the best and most up to date equipment available and in their efforts to achieve this aim, their engineers visited many industrial sites, and steelworks in particular. Their requirements were discussed with all UK locomotive manufacturers, and the final outcome of their investigations was an order for an updated version of the "Sentinel Steelman locomotive". This order was subsequently increased to two machines which were delivered toward the end of 1981.

UK sales of Sentinel locos were now fewer than 10 per year, their only overseas success had been to license the build of 36 0-6-0 locomotives for the railways in Portugal in 1965/6.

Road Vehicles typesEdit

Sentinel steam lorry no7651

Sentinel Steam lorry s/n 7651 of 1928 reg no.BS9215 at Lymswold show 2008

Sentinel manufactures plate

Brass Makers plate

Steam Lorries Edit

Diesel LorriesEdit

Railway VehiclesEdit

The locomotives and railcars (with a few exceptions) used the standard Steam Lorry boilers and engine units.

BE ClassEdit

Balanced Engine

CE ClassEdit

Centre Engine

DE ClassEdit

Double Engine

100 hp Steam LocomotivesEdit

  • Works no. 6515/1926, Isham Quarries, Northamptonshire, (ex-GWR no. 12)
  • Works no. 7026/19??, British Quarrying Co., Criggion, Montgomeryshire
  • Works no. 7299/1928, Corby Quarries, Rockingham Forest, (ex-Phoenix Tube Works)
  • Works no. 9365/1945, Isham Quarries, Northamptonshire, (ex-Thomas Hill, Rotherham), "Belvedere" preserved at Northamptonshire Ironstone Railway Trust
  • Works no. 9369/1946, Isham Quarries, Northamptonshire, (ex-Williams & Williams, Hooton), "Musketeer" preserved at Northamptonshire Ironstone Railway Trust
  • Works no. 9615/1956, Oxfordshire Ironstone Quarries, Banbury
  • LMS Sentinels 7160-3
  • LMS Sentinel 7164
  • LNER Class Y1
  • LNER Class Y3

200 hp Steam LocomotivesEdit

  • LNER Class Y10
  • S&DJR Sentinels
  • Works no. 7109/1927, Croydon Gasworks No. 37 "Joyce", preserved

RailcarsEdit

  • The London and North Eastern Railway bought 80 Sentinel steam railcars between 1925 and 1932.
  • Sentinel provided the sole NZR RM class Sentinel-Cammell steam railcar operated by the New Zealand Railways Department.
  • A Sentinel-Cammell steam railcar ([1]), one of ten supplied to the Egyptian National Railways in 1951, has been preserved by the Quainton Railway Society at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, England.

SpecialsEdit

The Doble ShunterEdit

  • LMS Sentinel 7192 – so-called as it was fitted with an Abner Doble boiler

The Double LocomotiveEdit

A special locomotive was produced at Sentinel, for Dorman Long and named "Princess". It consisted of 2 x 0-6-0 chassis coupled together to articulate. One unit carried the cab, a 5 drum oil fired Woolnough boiler and two 100 hp engines. The other unit housed the water and fuel tanks and also two more 100 hp engines providing a total of 400 hp. It was considered a magnificent machine by the staff but unfortunately was the only one of its kind ever built.

The Gyro LocomotiveEdit

Another special was the Gyro Locomotive. Based on a 200 hp 4 wheeled 0-4-0 frame fitted with two "gyro units" (see Flywheel energy storage ) made by Oerlikon of Switzerland. The gyros were principally a 3 ton horizontal flywheel enclosed vessel filled with low pressure hydrogen. A vertically mounted electric motor/generator was directly coupled to the flywheel shaft. The motor took its power from an overhead supply via a type of pantograph arm raised or lowered by the driver. Power could only be taken whilst the loco was stationary. When the gyros had reached the required speed, the driver would lower the pantograph, switch the motor to generation and controlled the locomotive in a similar way to a diesel electric loco. Charging posts had to be strategically placed around the site.

This machine was specially built for the National Coal Board (NCB) at Seaton Delaval. It operated very satisfactorily but was eventually taken out of service because of site development and its restricted field of operation. In April 1965 it was converted for the NCB to a diesel hydraulic machine.

The Receiver LocomotivesEdit

The Receiver Locomotives were another special type built just for Dorman Long and were based on the idea of a Fireless locomotive.

Steam locomotives used by UK Main Line CompaniesEdit

Sentinel loco no. 9599 at Elsecar Heritage Centre 2010 - IMG 1063

Sentinel Rail Loco 9599 at the Elsecar Heritage Centre, South Yorkshire

Preserved MachinesEdit

Steam wagons (lorries)Edit

Know Sentinel Steam wagons in Preservation. To edit Table Click Here. Sentinel no 5644 The Elephant 1924 8,5 ton 9 nhp 757 CTC E.Hondema Vreeling N Holland foto v h The Teichmouth Quay Compagny

Preserved machines built by Sentinel (Shrewsbury) Ltd (TER lists 127 in UK)
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Engine No. Name Build Date Type Weight Power nhp Reg No. Owner Image Other info
Sentinel no. 753 - 1914 Wagon -  ? V 3057 Grampian Transport Museum Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 1170 Old Man 1916 Wagon std 8 ton  ? nhp V 513 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net site
Sentinel no. 1286 - 1916 Wagon  ? ton  ? nhp AW 2964 Glasgow Transport Museum Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 1465 - 1917 Wagon Supper 6 ton  ? nhp AW 3321 Owner ? Sentinel no. 1465 waggon - AW 3321 at Lincoln 2011 - IMG 1546 photo on ccmv.photopic.net site
Sentinel no. 1488 Old No 1 1917 Wagon -  ? AW 3407 Coors Brewery Museum Image needed LHB


This at the National Brewing Museum (the former Bass Brewery Museum shut down by Coors) now reopened
Sentinel no. 1716 Unrepeatable 1917 Wagon Std 5 ton  ? nhp AW 3833 Owner ? Sentinel no. 1716 - Unrepeatable - AW 3833 at Barleylands 09- IMG 8635 Was at Essex Country Show 2009
Sentinel no. 1718 - 1917 Wagon -  ? AW 3835 The Science Museum Image needed LHB


In storage.[2]
Sentinel no. 1960 - 1918 Wagon std 5 ton  ? nhp AW 4131 Owner ? Sentinel sn 1960 waggon AW 4131 at strumpshaw 09 - IMG 0021 Was at Strumpshaw Hall Steam Museum Rally
Sentinel no. 2307 The Shrewsbury Belle 1919 Waggon 6 ton  ? nhp AW 4693 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 2973 - 1920 Waggon 6 ton  ? nhp AW 6682 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 3373 - 1920 Waggon 6 ton  ? nhp AW 7963 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 3459 - 1920 waggon 6 ton  ? nhp AW 8451 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net site
Sentinel no. 3549 Name 1920 waggon std 6 ton  ? AW 6481 Owner ? to add At Bedfordshire Steam & Country Fair
Livery of "The Cement Marketing Company London"
Sentinel no. 3748 Name ? date built type ?  ? ton  ? nhp Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 3899 - 1921 Waggon  ?  ? ET 1969 Owner ? Image needed LHB


At GDSF 2009 (Photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net site
Sentinel no. 3976 Aquarius date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 5104 The Duchess 1923 Super waggon  ? ton  ? nhp CA 6395 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Photo here on ccmv.photopic.net site
Sentinel no. 5256 - 1926 Super Waggon 6 ton  ? KC 5071 Owner ? to add At Bedfordshire Steam and Country Fayre in 2008 photo here
Sentinel no. 5260 Tiger 1924 Wagon super 6 ton  ? RS 5540 Owner ? Image needed LHB


At GDSF in 2008 (photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net )
Sentinel no. 5407 Midnight 1924 Wagon super 6 ton  ? FA 1803 Owner ? Image needed LHB


photo here on [[ccmv.fotopic.net
Sentinel no. 5471 Jubilee 1924 Waggon super  ? ton  ? nhp HO 6314 Owner ? Image needed LHB


At Preston Services New Year open Day 2010 - Photo here
Sentinel no. 5558 Maggie May 1924 Tractor 6 ton 9 nhp PD 1854 Tim Clarke, Cheshire Sentinel no. 5554 Maggie May - PD 1854 at Shugborough 08 - P6220154 At Shugborough Hall Rally 2008
Sentinel no. 5638
Non UK resident
- 1924 Wagon 6 ton  ? - Owner ? Image needed LHB


Not in UK (see Steam Scenes web site)
Sentinel no. 5644 The Elephant 1924 Tractor  ?  ? 757 CTC Owner ? Image needed LHB


Non UK engine
Sentinel no. 5676 Big tam date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 5718 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Sandstone Estates South Africa Image needed LHB


Non UK engine - Photos on Steam Scenes
Sentinel no. 6072 - 1925 Wagon class SUP 6 ton power IY 8056 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 6079 - 1925 wagon 6 ton  ? nhp YL 2835 R. Goodwill, Yorkshire Sentinel no. 6079 SW - YL 2835 at Pickering 09 - IMG 3457 At Duncombe Park & Pickering 2009
Sentinel no. 6327 - 1925 waggon 6 ton  ? nhp NE 4770 owner ? Image needed LHB


Photo here at Wood Green on ccmv.fotopic.net
Sentinel no. 6400 Name ? 1925 Super weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 6426 - 1925 ? Timber Tractor  ? ton  ? nhp Reg no. ? D. Maris, Derbyshire Sentinel no. 6426 Timber tractor At Belvoir 2010 - IMG 2538 Under restoration
presented at Belvoir Castle Steam Festival 2010
Fitted with Winch unit - Repatriated from Australia
Sentinel no. 6504 Name ? 1925 tractor weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 6725 - 1926 SW - Supper 6 ton  ? nhp KA 5574 G. Woolley, Bedfordshire Photo to add Rushden Transport Cavalcade 2008 Photo here
Sentinel no. 6729 Name ? 1926 type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 6795 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Sandstone Estates in South Africa Image needed LHB


Non UK Engine
Sentinel no. 6842 - 1927 Tractor -  ? KA 6147 Liverpool Museum Image needed LHB


In the Liverpool Museums collection (Has an occasional appearance at transport days)
Sentinel no. 6887 Vectis Knight date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 6979 - 1927 waggon super 5 ton  ? nhp YH 5763 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net site
Sentinel no. 7222 Name ? date built Tractor weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 6725 - 1926 SW type Super  ? ton  ? nhp KA 5574 Photo to add Rushden Transport Cavalcade 2008
Sentinel no. 7525 Name 1928 type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 7527 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 7591 - 1928 SW Type Super DG 4 5 ton  ? nhp WE 3236 H.P.Bell, Leven, Yorkshire Sentinel no. 7591 SW - WE 3236 at Harewood 08 - IMG 0413 At Harewood 2008 & Pickering 2009
3-way tipping Wagon.
Sentinel no. 7651 - 1928 SW - 5 hp BS 9215 M. Johnson, of Leicestershire Sentinel steam lorry no7651 Lincoln Steam Rally & Lymswold Vintage Rally 2008
Sentinel no. 7954 Shrewsbury Knave 1929 Wagon Super 6 ton  ? PG 2414 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 7966 Nippy 1929 Wagon type DG6 6 ton  ? nhp UW 2522 B. Cousins, ? Sentinel no 7966 Nippy reg UW 2522 at Bloxham 09 - IMG 5854 First rally since 7 year restoration - Bloxham Steam Rally
Sentinel no. 80?? Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 8109 Deborah date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 8122 - 1929 Wagon DG4 (tar tanker) 6 ton  ? OF 5783 David Hilditch, Welshpool Sentinel no. 8122 Tar wagon - OF 5783 at Onslow Park 09 - IMG 6666 At Onslow Park 2009 & Kemble 2008,
Sentinel no. 8213 Shrewsbury Knight date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 8351 The Aberdeen Docker 1930 Wagon DG6  ? - RG 1417 G. Scott, Scotland Sentinel no. 8351 - SW - The Aberdeen Docker - RG 1417 at Pickering 09 - IMG 3404 At the Bedfordshire Steam & Country Fayre in 2008
Sentinel no. 8393 HMS Sultan 1930 Wagon super 6 ton - DX 9048 HMS Sultan, Gosport Hants Sentinel no. 8393 - waggon - HMS Sultan - DX 9048 at GDSF 08 - IMG 0985 At GDSF in 2008 & Kemble 2009
Sentinel no. 8413 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 8415 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 8448 - 1930 Wagon SD DG4  ?  ? UX 8724 I. M. Woollett, Buckinghamshire Sentinel no. 8448 - UX 8724 at Tinkers Park 2010 - IMG 6188 at the Kemble 2008 + Tinkers Park Rally 2010
Sentinel no. 8454 - 1931 Wagon DG4 3 way tipper  ?  ? UX 7958 ? Formerly Buxworth Steam Co., now in Ireland ? Image needed LHB


Sold at Cheffins Auction Feb 2003 for £60,000.(OG no. 158, April 2003) photo here
Sentinel no. 8562 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 8571 - 1931 Wagon DG4P 6 ton  ? KF 6482 E. Goddard, Shrewsbury Sentinel no. 8571 Wagon reg KF 6482 at Bromyard 08 - P7060116 AT Bromyard Gala & Kemble 2008
Sentinel no. 8590 Elizabeth 1931 Wagon DG6P (Bus conversion) 11 ton  ? GT 2827 Vern, North Yorkshire Sentinel Steam Bus ELIZABETH at Whitby - geograph.org.uk - 1605303 The Old Glory Steam Bus
Runs trips round Whitby, North Yorkshire
Sentinel no. 8595 - 1931 Wagon Super DG4  ?  ? TM 9486 Charles and Roger Mathews collection, Ontario Canada Image needed LHB


Featured in Old Glory Magazine no. 158, April 2003
Sentinel no. 8646 - 193? Wagon Super DG4P  ?  ? - Charles and Roger Mathews collection, Ontario Canada Image needed LHB


Featured in OG no. 158, April 2003
Sentinel no. 8666 - 1931 Waggon DG4  ? ton  ? nhp OD 1572 owner ? Image needed LHB


Photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net site
Sentinel no. 8714 Martha 1932 Wagon DG4P (Bus) 7 ton  ? KG 1123 S. Harrison, ? Sentinel no. 8714 Bus - Martha - KG 1132 at Cumbria 09 - IMG 0496 A Steam bus conversion Photo before conversion
Sentinel no. 8756 Brutus 1933 Tractor TDG 11 ton  ? VN 4294 Bressingham Steam Museum Image needed LHB


In the collection at the Bressingham Steam Museum, Norfolk photo here
Sentinel no. 8803 - 1933 Wagon type DG6  ? ton 10 nhp ? YD 7012 I, Fearnley, Leeds, West Yorkshire Sentinel no. 8803 DG6 wagon - YD 7012 at Masham 09 - IMG 0259 At Harewood, Driffield 2008 & Duncombe Park, Masham 2009
Sentinel no. 8821 - 1933 Wagon S6 10 ton  ? BRF 200 P. Walker, Ackenthwaite ? to addImage needed LHB


In Livery of Tarmac - At Shrewsbury Steam Rally 2011
Sentinel no. 8827 Mr Therm 1933 Wagon S4 6 tons 120BHP UJ 2225 Owner Jim Stanley, Basildon, Essex Image needed LHB


Recently refurbished in new livery Photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net site
Sentinel no. 8843 - 1933 S4 Wagon
3-way tipper
 ?  ? UJ 2112 J. Goold, Bath to add Photo here on ccmv.fotopic.net At Shrewsbury Steam Rally 2011 site
Sentinel no. 8850 The Lion 1933 Wagon S4  ?  ? FJ 9248 Owner ? Image needed LHB


At GDSF 2001 as an "As found" wreck.
Sentinel no. 8884 Endon Flyer 1933 S4 5 ton  ? nhp TJ 3319 A. Williamson, Stoke on Trent, Staffs Sentinel no. 8884 S4 - Endon Flyer - TJ 3319 - at Klondyke ST 09 - IMG 4713 At Klondyke Mill Autumn Steam Party 2009
Sentinel no. 8928 - 1934 Wagon S6  ?  ? JG 4222 R. Hazell & Sons collection, ? Sentiel no. 8928 S6 reg JG 4222 at Woodcote 09 - IMG 8091 At Woodcote Rally 2009
Sentinel no. 8933 - 1934 Wagon S4  ?  ? WV 4705 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 8945 His Lordship 1934 Wagon S4F 6 ton  ? RG 4187 Charles Pye, Hampshire Sentinel no. 8945 - RG 4187 at Tinkers Park 2010 - IMG 6204 At Tinkers Park Rally 2010
Sentinel no. 8970 - date built ? S4 Waggon  ? ton  ? nhp WT 8985 Mr & mrs Cowhill, Doncaster S. Yorks To add At Masham 2010 (Part restored)
Sentinel no. 9003 Pendle Lady 1934 Wagon S4  ?  ? VE 9963 Peter Wareing collection, Lancashire Sentinel wagon sn 9003 Pendle lady reg VE 9963 at Southport 09 - IMG 7535 Shown at Southport Vintage Rally Scorton & Cumbria2009
Sentinel no. 9016 - 1934 Wagon S4  ?  ? HV 3865 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9031 Name ? 1934 S4 weight power US 5431 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9032 - 1934 Wagon S4 6 ton  ? US 5430 V. Goold, Bath to add At GDSF 2008 & Shrewsbury Steam Rally 2011
Sentinel no. 9074 Proctors Pride 1934 Wagon S4 6 ton  ? BEV 466 R. Hazell & Sons collection, ? Sentinel no 9074 (Proctors Pride) reg BEV 466 at Bloxham 09 - IMG 5874 At Bloxham Steam Rally & Woodcote Rally 2009
Sentinel no. 9075 Holmevalian 1934 Wagon S4 6 ton  ? BEV 467 P & K Jewel, ? Sentinel no. 9075 Holmevalian reg BEV 467 at Lister Tyndale 09 - IMG 4097 At GDSF 2008 & Lister Tyndale 2009
Sentinel no. 9084 - 1934 Wagon S6  ?  ? FH 8870 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9086 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9087 Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9097 King Arthur 1934 Tractor TDG  ?  ? ARE 195 The Claude Jessett Collection, East Sussex Sentinel no. 9097 - ARE 195 - Timber tractor at Tinkers Park 2010 - IMG 6192 At GDSF 2008 + Tinkers Park Rally 2010
Sentinel no. 9101 Harrys Lad 1934 S6 weight power BMG 714 Owner ? to add Image needed LHB


Harewood 2010
Sentinel no. 9105 The Shrewsbury Flyer 1934 Wagon S8  ? tons  ? nhp UJ 3652 R. Hazell & Sons collection, ? Sentinel no. 9105 - Shrewsbury Flyer reg UJ 3652 at Woodcote 09 - IMG 8086 At Woodcote Rally 2009
Sentinel no. 9142 - 1934 Wagon S6T  ?  ? OAS 562 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9151 - 1934 Steam Bus (replica)  ?  ? JH 9994 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9178 Name ? date built S4 waggon weight power Reg no. ? Sandstone Estates In South Africa Image needed LHB


Images on Steam scenes here
Sentinel no. 9192 - 1935 Wagon S4 5 ton  ? CML 781 Ex C. M. Peach
Sold by Cheffins 2010
Sentinel no. 9192 Wagon reg CML 781 at Stourport 09 - IMG 9004 At GDSF 2008 & Stourport Steam Rally 2009
Sentinel no. 9208 - 1935 Wagon S4  ?  ? BYL 485 Owner ? Image needed LHB


At Barleylands Show in 2008
Sentinel no. 9213 An Gaidmeal 1935 Wagon S4  ?  ? UJ 5862 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9236 Queen Mary 1936 Tractor TDG  ?  ? AMM 483 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9242
Non UK Resident
- 1936 Wagon S4  ?  ? - Charles and Roger Mathews collection, Ontario Canada Image needed LHB


Featured in OG no. 158, April 2003
Sentinel no. 9277 Peggy 1937 wagon S4  ?  ? DKN 687 Owner ? Image needed LHB


At GDSF in 2008
Sentinel no. 9278 - 1936 Wagon S4 6 ton  ? BTD 868 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9293 - 1937 Wagon S4 6 ton  ? UJ 9497 Stuart Gray cllection, Hitchin, Hertfordshire Sentinel no. 9293 SW - UJ 9497 at St.Albans 09 - IMG 1826 At GDSF in 2008 & St.Albans Steam Rally 2009
Sentinel no. 9307 Prince 1937 Wagon S4 6 ton  ? DYY 134 Owner ? Image needed LHB


At Gloucester Steam Extravaganza in 2008
Sentinel no. 9303 Name ? date built S4 wagon weight power Reg no. ? Sandstone estates, in South Africa Image needed LHB


Photos on steam scenes
Sentinel no. ? Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. ? Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. ? Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Sentinel no. 9593(Plate 5335) - 1937 Tractor SUP<Rail loco engine>  ?  ? SV 5525 Owner ? Image needed LHB


Youngest Sentinel in preservation in UK[3]
Sentinel no. ? - SW  ? hp Photo to add xyz Steam Rally 2008
Sentinel no. ? Name ? date built type weight power Reg no. ? Owner ? Image needed LHB


Machine types Key: References
SW = Steam Wagon, PE = Ploughing Engine, RR = Road Roller, SM = Showmans, TE = Traction Engine


Scale Models (Live steam) Edit

T613 SDT - Ruthus 6 inch Sentinel wagon at Elvaston 09 - IMG 6509

1/2 size Sentinel steam wagon Ruthus at Elvaston Steam Rally in 2009

Diesel LorriesEdit

List of Preserved Sentinel lorries
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Registration No. Make-Model or type no Build-Year Engine-Make/Type Weight/class Chassis/Body type Owner
(if known)
Photo Were seen/Featured Other info
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Please add any truck with known reg or serial no. with Photo if possible.
Create a page (link) for an individual truck by linking the reg or serial number using [[Truck make-model-reg no.|reg number]] or [[Truck make-model-serial no.|serial number]] in the relevant column. Then once saved click the red link to start the new page and add info on that truck.

See also Edit

ReferencesEdit


Sources Edit

  • Ian Allan ABC of British Railways Locomotives, 1948 edition

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