|This loco was built in Glasgow by Nielson in 1880. There is some confusion as to the name as it doesn't coincide with the reference number. Also, the plaque shows the name “North British 1905” whereas the loco was built by Nielsen as stated above.||See map.|
|Side view. The loco is missing its tender.||See map.|
|Cab showing controls.||See map.|
|Slide bars with the piston on the left and connecting rod to the wheels on the right.||See map.|
| This is the crank which converts the rotary motion of the axle into linear motion so as to operate the Stephenson valve gear that allows steam into the correct side of the piston depending on velocity and direction.|
This cam is internal on this type of locomotive. It became fashionable on later locos to have the valve gear on the outside of the wheels.
|Drum. Part of the steam operated braking system.||See map.|