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Era 2 (1875 to 1922) Pre-grouping
Era 3 (1923 to 1947) The Big Four (LNER, LMS, GWR and SR)
Peckett Works No. 737/1899 Daphne was purchased new by Howell Lloyd Hardwicke, trading as the Tytherington Stone Co. to shunt at Church Quarry, replacing a road traction engine that had been converted to a 4-2-0 railway locomotive.
Daphne was replaced at Church Quarry sometime after 1919 and in 1923 was sold on to Pilkington Bros. of St. Helen's in Lancashire. Now preserved, Daphne can be found at the Ribble Steam Railway Museum in Preston.
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