The baby brother to yesterdays locomotive is an LBT series Ruston. It was delivered in 1956 to the British Transport Commission. It is owned by Henry Frampton-Jones of the Darley Dale narrow Gauge railway, part of the Peak Rail set up at Rowsley near Matlock, Derbyshire. The loco is the smallest made by Ruston & Hornsby and is powered by a 3 cylinder diesel engine driving into an almost identical gearbox to its big brother, this has three forward as well as three reverse gears. We caught it twice during our visit as a couple of the volunteers were sprucing it up with a new coat of paint.