2012 will be a busy year for the recently restored LNWR 'Coal Tank' No. 1054, owned by the National Trust but in the care of the 'Bahamas Locomotive Society', which was steamed for the first time in 12 years at Ingrow at the end of October.
Early February 2012 - The locomotive will be welcomed back into traffic during a special celebration at Ingrow and will be outshopped in unlined black as L&NWR No. 1054
10th February 2012 - The locomotive will operate during our three day Winter Steam Gala as BR No. 58926 in unlined black and carrying the early BR crest on its side tanks.
June 2012 - The locomotive is due to visit York's National Railway Museum for their 'Railfest', where it will appear in unlined black as L&NWR No 1054.
July 2012 - It's all change again as the locomotive takes its LMS guise as No. 7799
(Photo: John Hillier)