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Number
and
Name
Class Wheels
Gauge
Builder
Works No/Year built
Notes/Location
  "Erebus" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
42/1842

Great Western Rly, sold to Fielding & Platt July 1873 as a stationary boiler at Llanharan col ran 200139 miles. 

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Erebus (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 42/1842)

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  "Medea" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
43/1842

Great Western Rly, sold to Great Western col March 1874 ran 311136 miles. 

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Medea (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 43/1842)

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  "Hydra" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
44/1842

Great Western Rly, withdrawn July 1870 ran 556290 miles. 

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Hydra (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 44/1842)

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  "Lethe" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
45/1842

Great Western Rly, sold to Metropolitan board of works October 1878 as a pumping engine ran 298498 miles. 

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Lethe (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 45/1842)

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  "Phlegethon" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
46/1842

Great Western Rly, withdrawn January 1866. Was the loco used to haul the first train used by Queen Victoria from Slough to Paddington 13th June 1842 driven by Daniel Gooch. A 1/8th scale model was made by Joseph Clements and is now owned by the Science Museum.. 

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Phlegethon (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 46/1842)

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  "Medusa" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
47/1842

Great Western Rly, withdrawn July 1870 ran 515205 miles. 

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Medusa (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 47/1842)

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Medusa (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 47/1842)
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  "Prosperine" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
48/1842

Great Western Rly, sold to Fielding & Platt July 1873 as a stationary boiler at Llanharan col ran 192727 miles. 

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Prosperine (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 48/1842)

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Prosperine (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 48/1842)
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  "Ganymede" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
49/1842

Great Western Rly, sold to Metropolitan board of works August 1878 as a pumping engine ran 250551 miles. 

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Ganymede (Fenton, Murray and Jackson 49/1842)

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  "Argus" Firefly  2-2-2
7'0¼"
Fenton, Murray and Jackson
50/1842

Great Western Rly, last loco built by FMJ, sold to D Joseph for Bristol col November 1873 ran 262621 miles.  Click here to view photo representing this engine.
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