The 6100 class were built at Swindon between 1931 & 70 of these were produced. They were withdrawn from service between 1958 & The engine pictured, 6141 was built in 1932 & was scrapped at Cashmore's (Newport) in July One example of the class survives.
The world’s oldest railway and the first standard gauge service in Britain to be run by a Preservation Society. A regular weekend service operates between May and December. The main station is just 2 miles south of Leeds city centre and the two mile round trip takes about 25 minutes