Displayed in Hawes station as part of the Dales Countryside Museum and seen on 10th June 2019 is loco No. 67345. This 0-6-0 Tank engine was built by Robert Stephenson & Hawthorne Co. in 1954 for the CEGB at Hams Hall Power Station where it worked until 1970. It has been renumbered to that of the last steam engine to have worked at Hawes, a Worsdell class G5 0-4-0T. It now carries the name John Baker.
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