0-4-0ST Andrew Barclay Profile and Models

0-4-0ST Andrew Barclay

'Little Barford' at Acton Lane Power Station in May 1971. ©Gordon Edgar

The Andrew Barclay 14" and 16" 0-4-0ST is a group of steam locomotives introduced and operated by various industrial companies between the late 1890s and early 1950s. Over 1000 of this and similar designs were made for shunting and trip working on private lines and around 100 survive today.

Type of Locomotive



Andrew Barclay, Kilmarnock Works

Build Dates

Late 1890s to Early 1950s

Total Built

Over 1000

Tractive Effort

14" Cylinders: 14,300 lbf
16" Cylinders: 18,990 lbf

Wheel Configuration


Operated By

British Railways
Great Western Railway
National Coal Board
Various Industrial Operators

Main Duties

Shunting & Light Freight

In Service Until

Early 1980s

Surviving Examples



Products awaiting categorisation

Scale Brand Image Construction Type DCC Capability Product Code Product Title Livery
OO Gauge (1:76 Scale) DJH Model Railway Kits SK002 Andrew Barclay 0-4-0st-starter kit (incl.motor/wheels) Requires assembly Not set SK002
Andrew Barclay 0-4-0st-starter kit (incl.motor/wheels) Awaiting Categorisation