Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway Historic Vehicles Trust

caring for historically important railway vehicles at the LCLR - (Charity Registration Number 514443).

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(Reg. Charity NO. 514443)

Skegness Water Leisure Park, Walls Lane, Ingoldmells, SKEGNESS, PE25 1JF


Version 7 – updated 08 July 2016


Owned by the LCLR Co Ltd:


Simplex 1935              1920 20 hp bow frame            7          Nocton             Ex WD/NELR

Simplex 3995              1926 20 hp bow frame            1          Paul                 Ex WD/NELR

Simplex 7481              1940 20 hp straight frame       4          Wilton             Ex Wilton Rd Brickworks

Simplex 8622              1941 20 hp straight frame       6         “Gricer”            Ex WD

Simplex 8874              1944 20 hp straight frame       5          Major J A Robins RE              Ex WD


Gloucester                   1924 Ashover Carriage No 1                                      Ashover Light Railway

Gloucester                   1924 Ashover Carriage No 2                                      Ashover Light Railway

R Hudson                    1924 Sand Hutton carriage (on 2 x Class D)              Sand Hutton Lt Railways

Nocton                        1927 Nocton Estate Shooting Carriage                      Ex WD/NELR

?/Nocton                     1917 Class P open wagon (Nocton condition)           Ex WD/NELR

?/Nocton                     1917 Class P open wagon (Nocton condition)           Ex WD/NELR

?/Nocton                     1917 'Hudson' type bogies, 1 braked, 5 unbraked      Ex WD/NELR


NB: The Trust has undertaken restorative work on most of the Company's stock, although it does not own them.


Owned by the LCLR Historic Vehicles Trust:


Peckett 1008               1903 0-6-0ST                          2          Jurassic            Southam Cement Works

Simplex 9264              1947 20hp straight frame        8                                  Skegness Brick Works


Gloucester                   1918 Ambulance van                                                  Ex WD/NELR

Gloucester                   1917 Class D bogie open drop side LR12177            Ex WD/NELR

?/Gloucester                1917 Class D bogie open drop side                            Ex WD/NELR

/Turners                       1916 Class P ration wagon                                          Ex WD/NELR

Clayton & S'worth      1917 Open Coach, Class D 2572, Lottery grant        Ex WD/NELR

?/Local (Lincs)            1935 Hand-powered 'pump truck'                              Killkingholme Pier

Hudson chassis           1930? 4w ex- tipper hybrid, O&K style box body   Origin unknown

Orenstein & Koppel? 1910? 4w U-skip,rebodied in wood,                           Skegness Brick Works

                                    (possibly reparations, ex-German forces, WW1?)

Flat wagons x 2           ? Du Croo & Brauns, Amsterdam                               Brocklesby Sawmills


Private Ownership, managed by the Trust

Simplex 8825              1943 40hp straight frame        9          Sark                 Bolton Fell Peat Works

                                    Deutz F3 912 engine


?/Local (Cumbria)       1980? Peat wagon                                                       Bolton Fell, body reduced

?/Local (Cumbria)       1980? Peat wagon                                                       Bolton Fell



Vehicles scrapped or left the LCLR:


NB: there are five Class D chassis listed (including two under the Sand Hutton body), therefore three frames were scrapped from the eight acquired by the LCLR at Humberston, from the NELR.


Hunslet 705                 1899 0-4-0ST  Elin                              1986                Yaxham>Richmond L.R.

?Turners                       1916 Class P NELR Condition x 2     197?                Trout Fishery,Louth*

Bristol C&W               Class P type chassis                             197?                Brockham > Amberley

Bagnall 2067               1917 0-6-0ST                          Peter    1963                Brockham > Amberley

Gloucester                   1918 Ambulance Van, hinged doors   198?                S. Tynedale > Moseley*

Ruston 168437            1933 30hp 3JP engine             3          1968                Broken up*

R Hudson                    ? skip chassis “green trolley”              1969                Trout Fishery, Louth



WD = War Department

NELR + Nocton Estate Light Railway

* = assumed to no longer exist In any substantive form