The Railway's Number 1. He is the oldest of the narrow gauge engines. He was the first engine to arrive on the Skarloey Railway.


The Railway's Number 2. He is Skarloey's younger brother.

Sir Handel

The Railway's Number 3. He was built at Hughes Falcon works.

Peter Sam

The Railway's Number 4. He was built at Kerr Stuart works.


The Railway's Number 5. He does maintenance work.


The Railway's Number 6. he was built at Andrew Barclay works.

Standard Gauge


The North Western Railway's #1


The North Western Railway's #5


The Sodor & Mainland Railway's #2. He brought Skarloey to his railway in 1865. He is preserved at the Sodor Railway Museum at Vicarstown.

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