This is a diverse group of "departmental" vehicles which includes a breakdown crane, permanent way cranes, an early ballast tamping machine, lightweight trolley vehicles and a steam heating van.
In service, the breakdown crane and the steam heating van were the property of the Motive Power Department, while the other plant was required by the Civil Engineer. The Civil Engineer also needed to have a wide range of wagons reserved for his use.
|ADE971568||6w Runner Wagon, North British Railway (ex crane RS1062/36)||Cowlairs|
|RS1062/36||36T Steam Crane, North British Railway No.971||1914||Cowans|
|RS1035/7½||7½ ton Permanent Way Steam Crane, LMS||1927||M.Fleming|
|RS1034/5||5 ton Permanent Way Steam Crane, LNER||1938||Russell|
|RM313/6½||6½ ton Hand Crane, LMS||1942||Cowans|
|970213||4w-2PMR Type 18A Motorised Trolley, British Railways||1952||Wickham|
|970214||4w Type 18 Trailer, British Railways||1952||Wickham|
|48626||Ballast Tamping Machine, British Railways||1957||Matisa|
|ADS70190||Train Heating Van, British Railways||1960/61||Swindon|
|4w-2PMR Type 27A Motorised Trolley, Colvilles Ltd., Ravenscraig||1970||Wickham|
|Locopulsor Type 601 motorised shunting unit|