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Wallis & Steevens no. 7769 was built in 1923 as a 7 nhp Traction engine and is currently named Greenwell. This Wallis & Steevens engine is registered as PD 7172.

Wallis & Steevens no. 7769 Greenwell of 1923 reg PD 7172 at Barnard Castle 09 - IMG 0638

Greenwell on the hard standing at Barnard Castle Steam Fair in 2009

Engines historyEdit

The engine spent its working life in Kent & Surrey before moving North in 1992. The engines is currently owned by M. Sutherland from Ferryhill in County Durham.

Past ownersEdit

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  • The engine was brought by Richard Earnshaw Brown in the mid 80's and we drove it from near Sidcup to Battle, Sussex. It was partially stripped and new tubes and end plate installed, all the bearings replaced. It was then named "The Iron Lady" after obtaining special permission from the lady herself.

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