Locomotives in Residence
- Number 3 LB&SCR A1 Class 0-6-0T (Terrier) 'Bodiam'. In service.
- Number 8 LB&SCR A1 Class 0-6-0T (Terrier) 'Knowle'. In service
- Number 11 SECR P Class 0-6-0T. In service
- Number 12 (Small 0-4-0T) 'Marcia'. In Service
- Number 14 (Industrial 0-6-0T) 'Charwelton'. In service
- Number 19 Norwegian 2-6-0 . Undergoing major overhaul. Tender body nearing completion, however the engine is still a couple of years off finishing.
- Number 21 SR USA Class DS238 0-6-0T 'Wainwright'. At sewage works sidings, still, awaiting overhaul.
- Number 22 SR USA Class 0-6-0T 'Maunsell'. In service
- Number 23 Standard War Department 0-6-0ST 'Holman F Stephens'. In service.
- Number 24 Standard War Department 0-6-0ST 'Rolvenden'. Awaiting overhaul.
- Number 25 Standard War Department 0-6-0ST 'Northiam'. Undergoing full 10 year overhaul
- Number 30 GWR 1600 Class 0-6-0PT no. 1638. In service
- Number 1 No. 1 Thomas the Tank Engine. In service. The railway loans a loco for its annual Thomas & Friends events
- Number N/A Merioneth and Llantisilly Rail Traction Company Limited Ivor the Engine 0-4-0T. Loaned for the yearly Ivor the Engine Weekends. Has the strange award of being the last engine to be overhauled at Swindon Works, before closure.
Coordinates: 51°03′48″N 0°39′32″E / 51.06337°N 0.65879°E / 51.06337; 0.65879
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