Hurlford Fireclay Works No. 2 taken at Barclay`s Caledonia Works, Kilmarnock in December 1920 prior to delivery.  The locomotive`s current guise is of course 1719 `Lady Nan` A picture of Glenfield at Glenfield & Kennedy Ironworks in Kilmarnock Glenfield No.1 at Kilmarnock 1719 taken alongside the old locoshed at Radstock with Jinty 47493 in the background. 1719 in the yard at Cranmore 1719 in the yard at Cranmore Andrew-Barclay 0-4-0's no.1398 "Lord Fisher" and no.1719 "Lady Nan" sit in Cranmore Station waiting to double-head a train. Until the extension to Mendip Vale was opened, these two engines often worked together to pull service trains.  Andrew-Barclay 0-4-0`s no.1398
Andrew-Barclay 0-4-0`s no.1398 "Lord Fisher" and no.1719 "Lady Nan" sit in the depot waiting for their next duty. Until the extension to Mendip Vale was opened, these two engines often worked together to pull service trains. Lady Nan in the yard at Cranmore During an open day at the Foster Yeoman Merehead quarry, 75029 "Green Knight" and Andrew-Barclay 0-4-0 "Lady Nan" stand between duties. The driver on "Lady Nan" is Dave Massey, whilst the fireman on "Green Knight" is Brian Laitt. No.1719 being lit up in the shed. No.1719 "Lady Nan" under a steam test after being rebuilt in the Cranmore workshop as can be seen the loco was still in primer and undercoat, this was  the engines first general overhaul on the ESR.
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Mention should be made that most of the work on this loco was undertaken by the late Ben Goodman, who is wearing a cap and looking onto the footplate. Other people in the photo are Dick Bellchambers (the owner of the loco he`s on the footplate back to camera) with fellow workers Chris Sherman and Norman Smith standing next to Ben Goodman.