|Builder:||(Original) Sentinel Wagon Works
(Rebuild) Thomas Hill
|Engine:||Rolls Royce C6 diesel|
|Power:||170 hp (126 kW)|
Conversion involved replacing the steam boiler with a Rolls Royce diesel locomotive, adding diesel-hydraulic transmission and new buffer beams plus changes to the superstructure. Thomas Hill 188c was built in 1955 as a steam locomotive and converted in 1967 to diesel. It was used by the CEGB at the North Stella power station before passing into preservation, one of a number now preserved.
|Thomas Hill 188c at Wirkworth on the EVR|
|Thomas Hill 111c at the Foxfield Railway|
|Another view of 188c|