Locomotive Facts & Figures  
  Builder: Paul Ash 2015   Hestia
      Hestia is privately owned and is based on the original Tinkerbell class locomotive design. Unlike the original however Hestia uses a locomotive type boiler which is more suited to the intensive services operated on the Moors Valley Railway. Construction started in 2002 but it was not until 2015 that the loco was completed. The locomotive is named after the Greek Goddess, Hestia, sister of Zeus, and is painted in L.M.S. Crimson Lake.

  Dimensions: Length 66 ins
Width 26 ins
Height 48 ins
  Wheel diameters: Driving 9½ ins
Trailing 6 ins
  No. of tubes: Small dia. ¾ ins x 29
  Grate area: 72 in2
  Coal capacity: 20 lbs
  Water capacity: 5 gallons
  Boiler diameter: 12¾ ins
  Boiler pressure: 100 lbs/in2
  Valve gear: Heywood
  Cylinder bore: 2½ ins
  Cylinder stroke: 4¼ ins
  Tractive effort: 238 lbs
  Livery: L.M.S. Crimson
  Owner: Paul Ash