|Engine:||Rolls Royce C8SFL diesel|
|Power:||311 hp (232 kW)|
Built in 1964 , AB486 operated at a number of power stations. After being built it worked at West Burton power station before transferring to Meaford Power Station (as its No. 4 loco) in 1979. Coal traffic to the power station ended in the mid-1980s, National Power (as the CEGB had become by then) donated No. 4 to the Foxfield Railway in 1990 where it still resides.
To cope with tight curves despite being an 0-6-0 the middle wheels are flangeless. The relatively large cab is designed to give good visibility in all directions.
|Two views of Meaford No. 4 at the Foxfield Railway|
|The locomotive carries the name Clive|
 Industrial Locomotives (13th Edition), (Industrial Railway Society, 2003) p. 194