|Builder||Hunslet Engine Company, Hunslet, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom|
|Cylinders||7 x 12|
|Mill First Used at in Mackay||Pleystowe|
|ID Number or Name||"SEAFORTH", "7 SEAFORTH"|
|Fate||Privately owned Mount Pleasant, Mackay QLD|
Locomotive was delivered in 1910 to
Kalamia Mill near Ayr as "Seaforth". It was sold to Pleystowe Mill in
1935 and operated as "7 Seaforth". It was withdrawn from service
sometime prior to 1963 when it was plinthed in the yards of Pleystowe
Mill. It was removed and placed in storage until sold to Peter Ford in
"Seaforth" plinthed at Pleystowe 20 September 1963. (John Browning Collection)
in the front gardens of Pleystowe Mill, 3 November 1966
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