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Narrow Gauge Y/Yx-class 2-6-0 locomotives

Y/Yx 22, 38, 43, 49, 57 to 106, 108 to 142, 147 to 179, 195

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Y22 Y38 Y43 Y49 Y57 to Y66 Y67 to Y76 Y77 to Y86 Y87 to Y96
Y97 to Y106 Y108 to Y117 Y118 to Y127 Y128 to Y137 Y138 to Y142 Y147 to Y156
Y157 to Y166 Y167 to Y176 Y177 to Y179 Y195

The Y/Yx class 2-6-0 type locomotives were built for general service on the South Australian Railways narrow gauge system.

Class:Y/Yx
Builder:South Australian Railways, Islington Workshops
Beyer Peacock, Manchester, England.
James Martin, Gawler, South Australia.
Introduced:1885
Number in Class:129
Wheel Arrangement:2-6-0 (1′C 3)
Driving Wheel Diameter:3 ft. 3 in.
Cylinders:Number:2
-Position on frame:Outside
-Diameter x stroke:14½ in. x 20 in.
--OriginalRebuilt
Heating Surface:Tubes:708.46 square feet730 square feet
-Firebox:69.48 square feet76.2 square feet
-Grate Area:13.67 square feet13.67 square feet
Boiler Pressure:145 lbs p.s.i.185 lbs p.s.i.
Tractive Effort:13,289 lbs16,955 lbs
Coal Capacity:4 tons 10 cwt4 tons 10 cwt
Water Capacity:1,600 gallons1,600 gallons
Weight in Working Order:47 tons 15 cwt49 tons 19 cwt
Maximum Axle Load:7 tons 9 cwt8 tons
Overall Length39 ft. 3 in.39 ft. 3 in.

Y 195 -- Y 22

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
1891Built for Tarrawingee Tramway. Purchased new by Baxter and Saddler. Built by James Martin, builders No.14. [nrm]
8.2.1892Purchased by S.A.R. at Broken Hill from Baxter and Saddler. [nrm]
8.2.1892Entered service as "Y 195". [nrm]
7.1893As "Y 195", to Construction Branch for Blyth-Gladstone Railway. [nrm]
7.1894To S.A.R. [nrm]
10.1895Renumbered from "Y 195" to "Y 22". [nrm]
19.2.1921To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1929Withdrawn. [nrm]
12.8.1829Condemned [nrm]
12.8.1929To H. Morrell for £105. [nrm]

Y 38

See NFB 93

Y/Yx 43

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
12.11.1897Entered service as "Y 43". Built by James Martin, builders No.165. [nrm]
15.6.1909Rebuilt as "Yx 43" [nrm]
25.7.1930Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 49

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
13.11.1897Entered service as "Y 49". Built by James Martin, builders No.166. [nrm]
2.11.1908Rebuilt as "Yx 49" [nrm]
21.7.1930Cut up. [nrm]
21.3.1928Condemned [nrm]

Y 57

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
12.10.1885Entered service as "Y 57". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2478. Arrived ex ship "Ben Gollynn". [nrm]
24.2.1920To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1925Withdrawn [nrm]
17.5.1929Condemned [nrm]
29.8.1929To H.Morrell for £105 [nrm]

Y 58

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
12.10.1885Entered service as "Y 58". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2536. Arrived ex ship "Ben Gollynn".[nrm]
29.3.1951To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
18.7.1958Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
8.1958Sold to Klement, Port Lincoln. [nrm]

Y 59

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.9.1885Entered service as "Y 59". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2537. Arrived ex ship "Oriana". [nrm]
1930Stored [nrm]
6.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 60

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.9.1885Entered service as "Y 60". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2539. Arrived ex ship "Oriana". [nrm]
9.9.1929To South East District. [nrm]
6.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 61

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
29.9.1885Entered service as "Y 61". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2538. Arrived ex ship "Serapis". [nrm]
10.1926Sold to BHP Co. [dc]
-Converted to 2-6-0 Tank [nrm]
1935Withdrawn [nrm]
3.1939Scrapped [nrm]

Y 62

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
29.9.1885Entered service as "Y 62". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2540. Arrived ex ship "Serapis"[nrm]
1930Stored. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 63

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
29.9.1885Entered service as "Y 63". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2541. Arrived ex ship "Curolanus".[nrm]
24.11.1923To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1939Withdrawn. [nrm]
7.11.1939Condemned [nrm]

Y 64

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
17.8.1886Entered service as "Y 64". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2755. Arrived ex ship "Serapis".[nrm]
1930Stored. [nrm]
12.3.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 65

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
23.8.1886Entered service as "Y 65". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2756. Arrived ex ship "Serapis".[nrm]
22.9.1922To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1934Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1934Condemned [nrm]

Y 66

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
28.8.1886Entered service as "Y 66". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2757. Arrived ex ship "Collingrove".[nrm]
18.7.1929Condemned [nrm]
14.9.1943Returned to service [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
3.1956Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 67

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.9.1886Entered service as "Y 67". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2758. Arrived ex ship "Collingrove".[nrm]
6.4.1932To South East District. [nrm]
4.12.1957Condemned [nrm]
12.1957Sold to Hines Metals. [nrm]

Y 68

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
13.9.1886Entered service as "Y 68". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2759. Arrived ex ship "Collingrove".[nrm]
26.3.1928To South East District. [nrm]
8.6.1956Condemned [nrm]
18.8.1959Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 69

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
15.9.1886Entered service as "Y 69". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2760. Arrived ex ship "Collingrove".[nrm]
2.2.1918To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
30.11.1928Stored. [nrm]
1934Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1934Condemned [nrm]

Y 70

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
6.10.1886Entered service as "Y 70". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2761. Arrived ex ship "Ariadne". [nrm]
16.11.1901Involved in Walloway accident. [nrm]
4.11.1924To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1929Withdrawn [nrm]
12.8.1929Condemned [nrm]
12.8.1929To H. Morrell for £105 [nrm]

Y 71

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.9.1886Entered service as "Y 71". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2762. Arrived ex ship "Ariadne". [nrm]
22.4.1927Sold to W.A. Jarrah Forrest Co. (Adelaide Timber Co.). Worked at East Witchcliffe, W.A. [nrm]
24.4.1927Withdrawn S.A.R.[nrm]
4.1957Withdrawn W.A. [dc]
-To A.R.H.S. W.A. Museum, Bassendean. [nrm]

Y 72

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.10.1886Entered service as "Y 72". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2763. Arrived ex ship "Abbey Town". [nrm]
1929Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 73

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
24.11.1886Entered service as "Y 73". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2764. Arrived ex ship "Abbey Town". [nrm]
1930Withdrawn [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 74

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
23.11.1886Entered service as "Y 74". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2765. Arrived ex ship "John Rennie". [nrm]
1930Withdrawn [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 75

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
19.11.1886Entered service as "Y 75". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2766. Arrived ex ship "John Rennie". [nrm]
29.1.1924To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1934Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1934Condemned [nrm]

Y 76

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
6.12.1886Entered service as "Y 76". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2767. Arrived ex ship "Ophelia". [nrm]
16.11.1901Involved in Walloway accident. [nrm]
1.1942At Islington, ex Peterborough. [nrm]
1.1956Condemned [nrm]
4.1956Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 77

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
14.12.1886Entered service as "Y 77". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2768. Arrived ex ship "Ophelia". [nrm]
5.1959Ex South East District. [nrm]
4.9.1962Condemned [nrm]
7.12.1962Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 78

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.12.1888Entered service as "Y 78". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2769. Arrived ex ship "Buttermere". [nrm]
1930Stored. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 79

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
4.1.1887Entered service as "Y 79". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2770. Arrived ex ship "Buttermere". [nrm]
1928Withdrawn [nrm]
3.9.1928Sold to Victorian Construction Co., for Oodnadatta-Alice Springs line. [nrm]
1943Scrapped Rumbulara, N.T. [nrm]

Y 80

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
25.4.1888Entered service as "Y 80". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2907. Arrived ex ship "Earnock". [nrm]
19.2.1918To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1940Withdrawn. [nrm]
27.2.1940Withdrawn [nrm]

Y 81

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.4.1888Entered service as "Y 81". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2908. Arrived ex ship "Earnock". [nrm]
1.10.1922To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1934Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1934Condemned [nrm]

6<sup>th</sup> April 2008,Peterborough - locomotive Y82 in main street

Y 82

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.4.1888Entered service as "Y 82". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2909. Arrived ex ship "Earnock". [nrm]
1919 to 1931Worked on South East District [nrm]
29.6.1940Condemned. [nrm]
14.9.1943Returned to service [nrm]
8.1948Stored. [nrm]
-Re-issued ex Islington. [nrm]
14.4.1960Condemned [nrm]
1960Moved to Peterborough Caravan Park. [nrm]
-Used in film "The Overlanders". [nrm]

Y 83

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.8.1888Entered service as "Y 83". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2910. Arrived ex ship "Sammendel". [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
6.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 84

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.8.1888Entered service as "Y 84". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2911. Arrived ex ship "Sammendel". [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 85

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.8.1888Entered service as "Y 85". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2912. Arrived ex ship "Sammendel". [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 86 -- Yx 86

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.7.1888Entered service as "Y 86". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2913. Arrived ex ship "Star of Greece". [nrm]
1928Withdrawn [nrm]
5.1.1928Sold to Victorian Construction Co., for Oodnadatta-Alice Springs line. [nrm]
1944Sold to Bunning Bros. W.A. [nrm]
1958Conversion to Yx. [nrm]
3.1970Condemned [nrm]
-To A.R.H.S. Museum, Bassendean, W.A. [nrm]

Y 87

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.7.1888Entered service as "Y 87". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2914. Arrived ex ship "Star of Greece". [nrm]
-Worked South East District at Mount Gambier for gauge widening. [nrm]
4.12.1957Condemned [nrm]
12.1957Sold to Hines. [nrm]

Y 88

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.7.1888Entered service as "Y 88". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2915. Arrived ex ship "Star of Greece". [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Silver Age -- Y 89

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.1886New with C. & E. Millar, Petersburgh. Named "Silver Age" by Millars. [nrm]
25.1.1988To S.A.R. in exchange for W 36 [dc]
21.3.1888Entered service as "Y 89". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2690. [nrm]
1930Withdrawn [nrm]
6.1936Condemned [nrm]

3 -- Y 90

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
1888Purchased new by Silverton Tramway as No. 3 (1st) Broken Hill. [nrm]
1888Purchased by S.A.R. on arrival in S.A. [nrm]
7.11.1888Entered service as "Y 90". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2973. [nrm]
1927Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.2.1936Condemned [nrm]

4 -- Y 91

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
1888Purchased new by Silverton Tramway as No. 4 (1st) Broken Hill. [nrm]
1888Purchased by S.A.R. on arrival in S.A. [nrm]
7.11.1888Entered service as "Y 91". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2974. [nrm]
1.1942At Islington, ex Peterborough. [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
4.1956Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 92

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.1.1890Entered service as "Y 92". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3142. Arrived ex ship "Elderslie". [nrm]
1931Withdrawn. [nrm]
6.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 93

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
20.1.1890Entered service as "Y 93". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3143. Arrived ex ship "Elderslie". [nrm]
-Worked in South East District. [nrm]
18.8.1959Cut up Islington. [nrm]
8.6.1956Condemned [nrm]

Y 94

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
21.9.1890Entered service as "Y 94". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3144. Arrived ex ship "Riverina". [nrm]
28.4.1924To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1934Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1934Condemned [nrm]

Y 95

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
29.1.1890Entered service as "Y 95". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3145. Arrived ex ship "Riverina". [nrm]
-Worked in South East District. [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
4.1956Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 96

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
27.2.1890Entered service as "Y 96". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3146. Arrived ex ship "Gulf of Mexico". [nrm]
1928Withdrawn [nrm]
3.9.1928Sold to Victorian Construction Co. [nrm]

25.4.1965,Peterborough Roundhouse - Y97 at night

Y 97

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
27.2.1890Entered service as "Y 97". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3147. Arrived ex ship "Gulf of Mexico". [nrm]
1.1942At Islington. [nrm]
8.1948Withdrawn and stored at Islington. [nrm]
13.5.1970Last steam engine in normal service to receive general overhaul by S.A.R. Last run on 13.5.1970 for A.R.H.S. (S.A. Division) from Peterborough to Eurelia and return. [nrm]
14.5.1970Condemned [nrm]
23.9.1970To Mile End Railway Museum. [nrm]

Y 98

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
27.2.1890Entered service as "Y 98". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3148. Arrived ex ship "Gulf of Mexico". [nrm]
-Worked on South East District, Mount Gambier, for gauge widening. [nrm]
4.9.1962Condemned [nrm]
9.11.1962Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 99

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.2.1890Entered service as "Y 99". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3149. Arrived ex ship "Gulf of Mexico". [nrm]
17.1.1918To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1934Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1934Condemned [nrm]

Y 100

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.2.1890Entered service as "Y 100". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3150. Arrived ex ship "Gulf of Mexico". [nrm]
1920'sWorked South East District. [nrm]
5.1928Condemned [nrm]
20.2.1929Cut up. [nrm]

Y 101

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.2.1890Entered service as "Y 101". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3151. Arrived ex ship "Gulf of Mexico". [nrm]
7.1931Withdrawn [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 102

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.2.1890Entered service as "Y 102". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3152. Arrived ex ship "Culgoa".[nrm]
12.3.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 103

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.4.1890Entered service as "Y 103". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3153. Arrived ex ship "Culgoa". [nrm]
1.12.1923To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1939Withdrawn. [nrm]
7.11.1939Condemned [nrm]

28.10.1943 Naracoorte - loco Y104 14.101.1943 Naracoorte - loco Y104

Y 104

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.4.1890Entered service as "Y 104". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3154. Arrived ex ship "Culgoa". [nrm]
1931To South East District. [nrm]
11.1957To Islington. [nrm]
4.12.1957Condemned [nrm]
17.6.1958Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 105

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.4.1890Entered service as "Y 105". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.3155. Arrived ex ship "Culgoa". [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Silverton -- Y 106

"Beyer Peacock" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
1885Purchased new for Silverton Tramway construction work by C. & E. Millar. Named "Silverton". [nrm]
24.8.1887To Palmerston (Darwin). [nrm]
12.1889Purchased by S.A.R. at Palmerston returned to Adelaide for repairs [nrm]
1890To Quorn. [nrm]
16.9.1890Entered service as "Y 106". Built by Beyer Peacock, builders No.2689. [nrm]
6.1926Withdrawn [nrm]
16.5.1927Cut up. [nrm]

Y/Yx 108

See NFB 94

Y 109

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.5.1890Entered service as "Y 109". Built by James Martin, builders No.8. [nrm]
7.6.1921Sold to Kauri Timber W.A. Mannup, W.A. Northcliffe Mill [nrm]
1961Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 110

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
7.11.1890Entered service as "Y 110". Built by James Martin, builders No.9. [nrm]
25.11.1919Converted to "Yx 110" [nrm]
21.3.1928Condemned [nrm]
17.12.1928Cut up. [nrm]

Y/Yx 111

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
11.12.1890Entered service as "Y 111". Built by James Martin, builders No.10. [nrm]
3.4.1917Converted to "Yx 111" [nrm]
21.3.1928Condemned[nrm]

Y/Yx 112

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
17.12.1890Entered service as "Y 112". Built by James Martin, builders No.11. [nrm]
2.6.1919Converted to "Yx 112" [nrm]
6.12.1946To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
11.1.1963Condemned at Port Lincoln[nrm]
-Sold to W. Brown. [nrm]

Y/Yx 113

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
19.12.1890Entered service as "Y 113". Built by James Martin, builders No.12. [nrm]
28.7.1919Converted to "Yx 113" [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 114

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
25.2.1891Entered service as "Y 114". Built by James Martin, builders No.13. [nrm]
20.9.1916Converted to "Yx 114" [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 115

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.4.1892Entered service as "Y 115". Built by James Martin, builders No.14. [nrm]
24.8.1922Converted to "Yx 115" [nrm]
20.10.1933To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
11.1.1963Condemned at Port lincoln.[nrm]
-Sold to W. Brown. [nrm]

Y/Yx 116

See NFB 43

Y 117

See NFB 96

Y/Yx 118

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
5.5.1891Entered service as "Y 118". Built by James Martin, builders No.17. [nrm]
5.10.1920Converted "Yx 118" [nrm]
25.5.1956To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
11.1.1963Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
-Sold to W. Brown. [nrm]

Y/Yx 119

See NFB 90

Y 120

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.5.1892Entered service as "Y 120". Built by James Martin, builders No.29. [nrm]
1929On South East Division. [nrm]
2.7.1935Condemned [nrm]

Y 121

See NFB 91

Y/Yx 122

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
11.8.1891Entered service as "Y 122". Built by James Martin, builders No.21. [nrm]
20.8.1923Converted "Yx 122" [nrm]
22.10.1933To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
23.8.1963Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
8.1963Sold W. Brown. [nrm]

Y/Yx 123

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
24.8.1891Entered service as "Y 123". Built by James Martin, builders No.22. [nrm]
24.4.1917Converted "Yx 123" [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 124

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
3.9.1891Entered service as "Y 124". Built by James Martin, builders No.23. [nrm]
7.11.1919Converted "Yx 124" [nrm]
2.7.1935Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 125

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.9.1891Entered service as "Y 125". Built by James Martin, builders No.24. [nrm]
16.5.1919Converted "Yx 125" [nrm]
20.11.1925To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 126

See NFB 47

Y/Yx 127

See NFB 92

Y/Yx 128

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
26.5.1892Entered service as "Y 128". Built by James Martin, builders No.30. [nrm]
10.4.1924Converted "Yx 128" [nrm]
2.7.1935Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 129

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
7.6.1892Entered service as "Y 129". Built by James Martin, builders No.31. [nrm]
19.3.1913Converted "Yx 129" [nrm]
2.7.1935Condemned [nrm]

Y 130

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.6.1892Entered service as "Y 130". Built by James Martin, builders No.32. [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 131

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.6.1892Entered service as "Y 131". Built by James Martin, builders No.33. [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 132

See NFB 49

Y/Yx 133

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
4.8.1892Entered service as "Y 133". Built by James Martin, builders No.35. [nrm]
24.1.1913Converted "Yx 133" [nrm]
1929Withdrawn. [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 134

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
13.9.1892Entered service as "Y 134". Built by James Martin, builders No.36. [nrm]
-Worked South East District. [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
4.1956Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y/Yx 135

See NFB 88

Y/Yx 136

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
12.10.1892Entered service as "Y 136". Built by James Martin, builders No.38. [nrm]
11.8.1916Converted "Yx 136" [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 137

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
20.10.1892Entered service as "Y 137". Built by James Martin, builders No.39. [nrm]
28.6.1913Converted "Yx 137" [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 138

See NFB 48

Y 139

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
12.11.1892Entered service as "Y 139". Built by James Martin, builders No.41. [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
12.3.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 140

See NFB 97

Y/Yx 141

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
15.12.1892Entered service as "Y 141". Built by James Martin, builders No.43. [nrm]
26.7.1923Converted "Yx 141" [nrm]
30.7.1927To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
23.8.1963Condemned [nrm]
7.10.1963To Hermitage Park playground Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1983To Pichi Richi Railway, Quorn. [nrm]

Y 142

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.00.1892Entered service as "Y 142". Built by James Martin, builders No.44. [nrm]
-Worked in South East and Peterborough. [nrm]
27.12.1956Condemned [nrm]
8.12.1961Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 147

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
23.3.1894Entered service as "Y 147". Built by James Martin, builders No.77. [nrm]
6.1926Withdrawn [nrm]
16.5.1927Cut up. [nrm]

Y/Yx 148

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
3.4.1894Entered service as "Y 148". Built by James Martin, builders No.78. [nrm]
25.11.1912Converted "Yx 148" [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 149

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
10.4.1894Entered service as "Y 149". Built by James Martin, builders No.79. [nrm]
31.10.1913Converted "Yx 149" [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 150

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
25.4.1894Entered service as "Y 150". Built by James Martin, builders No.80. [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
12.3.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 151

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
4.5.1894Entered service as "Y 151". Built by James Martin, builders No.81. [nrm]
-Worked South East and Peterborough. [nrm]
27.12.1956Condemned [nrm]
5.5.1961Cut up Islington. [nrm]

Y 152 -- Yx 152

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
19.6.1894Entered service as "Y 152". Built by James Martin, builders No.82. [nrm]
14.12.1915Converted "Yx 152" [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 153 (No.1) -- G 126

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
11.7.1895Entered service as "Y 153". Built by James Martin, builders No.113. [nrm]
31.3.1896Condemned - Defective boiler. Returned to J. Martin. [nrm]
6.1896Sold to Western Australian Government Railways. [nrm]
-Entered service as "G 126" [nrm]

Y 153 (No.2) -- Yx 153

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
17.6.1897Entered service as "Y 153". Built by James Martin, builders No.157. [nrm]
19.12.1907Converted "Yx 153" [nrm]
12.1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
7.3.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 154 (No.1) -- G 128

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.7.1895Entered service as "Y 154". Built by James Martin, builders No.114. [nrm]
8.4.1896Withdrawn - Defective boiler. Returned to J. Martin. [nrm]
6.1896Sold to Western Australian Government Railways [nrm]
-Entered service as "G 128" [nrm]

Y 154 (No.2) -- Yx 154

See NFB 89

Y 155 (No.1) -- G 127

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
31.7.1895Entered service as "Y 155". Built by James Martin, builders No.115. [nrm]
3.4.1896Withdrawn - Defective boiler. Returned to J. Martin. [nrm]
6.1896Sold to Western Australian Government Railways [nrm]
-Entered service as "G 127" [nrm]

Y 155 (No.2) -- Yx 155

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
17.7.1897Entered service as "Y 155". Built by James Martin, builders No.159. [nrm]
13.3.1916Converted "Yx 155" [nrm]
2.7.1935Condemned [nrm]

Y 156 (No.1)

See NFC 66

Y 156 (No.2) -- Yx 156

See NFB 46

Y 157 (No.1)

See NGA 74

Y 157 (No.2) -- Yx 157

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.9.1897Entered service as "Y 157". Built by James Martin, builders No.161. [nrm]
18.10.1907Converted "Yx 157" [nrm]
22.7.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y 158 (No.1)

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
21.1.1896Entered service as "Y 158". Built by James Martin, builders No.128. [nrm]
17.4.1896Defective boiler. Returned to J. Martin. [nrm]
-To Millar Timber & Trading Co. Ltd. W.A. No. 69 named "Waroona"
11.1957In use at Quininup, W.A. [nrm]

Y 158 (No.2) -- Yx 158

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.10.1897Entered service as "Y 158". Built by James Martin, builders No.162. [nrm]
8.6.1909Converted "Yx 158" [nrm]
21.3.1928Condemned [nrm]
19.10.1928Cut up [nrm]

Y 159 (No.1) -- G 130

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
25.1.1896Entered service as "Y 159". Built by James Martin, builders No.129. [nrm]
2.4.1896Withdrawn - Defective boiler. Returned to J. Martin. [nrm]
6.1896Sold to Western Australian Government Railways. [nrm]
-Entered service as "G 130". [nrm]

Y 159 (No.2) -- Yx 159)

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.10.1897Entered service as "Y 159". Built by James Martin, builders No.163. [nrm]
6.6.1913Converted "Yx 159" [nrm]
1930Withdrawn. [nrm]
12.3.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 160

See NFB 51

Y 161

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
11.8.1896Entered service as "Y 161". Built by James Martin, builders No.131. [nrm]
1.10.1929Condemned [nrm]
25.10.1929Cut up. [nrm]

Y/Yx 162

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
25.9.1896Entered service as "Y 162". Built by James Martin, builders No.139. [nrm]
16.2.1906Converted "Yx 162" [nrm]
4.7.1932To South East District. [nrm]
11.1940To Peterborough November. [nrm]
3.1956To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
11.1.1963Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
17.5.1929Sold to W. Brown. [nrm]

Y 163

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
28.10.1896Entered service as "Y 163". Built by James Martin, builders No.140. [nrm]
1.11.1920To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
1929Withdrawn [nrm]
17.5.1929Condemned [nrm]
29.8.1929To H. Morrell for scrap for £105. [nrm]

Y/Yx 164

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
7.12.1896Entered service as "Y 164". Built by James Martin, builders No.142. [nrm]
29.7.1907Converted "Yx 164" [nrm]
11.1926To Port Lincoln. [nrm]
18.7.1958Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
10.1958Sold to Klement. [nrm]

Y/Yx 165

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
7.9.1896Entered service as "Y 165". Built by James Martin, builders No.138. [nrm]
27.2.1907Converted "Yx 165" [nrm]
21.3.1928Condemned [nrm]
30.6.1930Cut up. [nrm]

Y/Yx 166

See NFB 44

Y/Yx 167

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
1.3.1897Entered service as "Y 167". Built by James Martin, builders No.144. [nrm]
22.10.1906Converted "Yx 167" [nrm]
1930Withdrawn [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 168

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
15.3.1897Entered service as "Y 168". Built by James Martin, builders No.145. [nrm]
23.8.1906Converted "Yx 168" [nrm]
1930Withdrawn [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 169

See NFB 95

Y/Yx 170

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
17.4.1897Entered service as "Y 170". Built by James Martin, builders No.147. [nrm]
25.10.1912Converted "Yx 170" [nrm]
1930Withdrawn [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 171

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
28.4.1897Entered service as "Y 171". Built by James Martin, builders No.148. [nrm]
7.5.1907Converted "Yx 171" [nrm]
1928Withdrawn [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 172

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
19.5.1897Entered service as "Y 172". Built by James Martin, builders No.149. [nrm]
8.6.1907Converted "Yx 172" [nrm]
2.7.1935Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 173

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
15.6.1897Entered service as "Y 173". Built by James Martin, builders No.150. [nrm]
5.8.1913Converted "Yx 173" [nrm]
6.1927To Port Lincoln [nrm]
23.1.1935Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]

Y/Yx 174

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.12.1897Entered service as "Y 174". Built by James Martin, builders No.167. [nrm]
12.11.1908Converted "Yx 174" [nrm]
21.3.1928Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 175

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
29.9.1898Entered service as "Y 175". Built by James Martin, builders No.177. (James Martin number duplicated with "S" Class) [nrm]
12.5.1910Converted "Yx 175" [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 176

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
8.11.1898Entered service as "Y 176". Built by James Martin, builders No.178. [nrm]
1.12.1936Condemned [nrm]
1929Withdrawn by S.A.R. [nrm]
12.8.1937Sold to Bunning Bros. W.A. for Donnelly River Timber Tramway. (Yornup to Mill.) [nrm]
1956Converted "Yx" [nrm]
-On show at Balcatta, W.A. [nrm]

Y/Yx 177

"James Martin" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.12.1897Entered service as "Y 177". Built by James Martin, builders No.170. [nrm]
4.10.1913Converted "Yx 177" [nrm]
22.9.1936Condemned [nrm]

Y/Yx 178

See NFB 45

Y/Yx 179

"South Australian Railways, Islington Workshops" built 2-6-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
29.9.1898Entered service as "Y 179". Built by South Australian Railways, Islington Workshops, builders No.1. [nrm]
11.12.1916Converted "Yx 179" [nrm]
22.9.1916Condemned [nrm]

Y 195

See "Y 22".



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