Following an enquiry by Sentinel S4 and a reply by Minsterboy in another thread, I thought that I'd start a new one to avoid the information being lost in the midst of the other thread.
This is taken from Pocket Book C, 'Industrial Locomotives of South-Eastern England' published by the Birmingham Locomotive Club Industrial Locomotive Section* in 1958.
Identity: Wheel Arr: Cyls: Maker: Works No.: Notes:
1001 0-4-0CT OC HL 2593/04 New, scrapped circa 1945.
1005 0-4-0ST OC HL 2596/04 New, scrapped circa 1948.
-- 0-6-0ST IC HC 767/07 Ex J.D.Nowell & Sons, contractors, went to Anglo-Scottish Beet
Sugar Corporation Ltd., Colwick,Notts in 1925.
528 0-4-0D HE 2076/40 New.
-- 0-4-0ST OC AB 2200/45 New.
So, that was the situation in 1958, they don't mention the ex- Somerset and Dorset Railway 2-4-0T which, with reference to O.S.Nock writing about the S&D, was:
No.11, a George England and Co. 2-4-0 tank, bought in 1863 for the Wells branch and generally known as Bluebottle, which was sold to the Admiralty in 1870 for use at Sheerness Dockyard.
*Later to become the Industrial Railway Society.