The ones listed below may not be the only examples still in existence in Turkey and another possibly in Iraq. There are also anything up to twenty at the bottom of the sea having been on ships sunk during the second World War.
This locomotive was built by North British Locomotive Co Ltd in 1941 for the War Department and became WD522.
Shipped on the Allioth to Turkey after being loaded onto the vessel in crates as a kit of parts at Hull.
It is preserved in Turkey on static display in Camlik Railway Museum.
This locomotive was built by North British Locomotive Co Ltd in 1940 for the War Department and became WD341.
Recovered from Sivas in December 2010 by the Churchill 8F Trust and after being towed the 850 miles to Izmir from where it was shipped to Portbury Dock at Bristol and placed in store in Barry shed.
In 2011 it was taken out of the shed to be displayed outside the old goods shed during the Barry festival
In 2012 it was sold to the Municipality of Beersheba, Israel in December 2012 and transported to Beersheba via Southampton Docks.
Currently displayed at the former Be’er Sheva Turkish Railway Station on the former Railway to Beersheba as Israel Railways No. 70414.
This locomotive was built by North British Locomotive Co Ltd in 1940 for the War Department and became WD340.
It has been preserved in Turkey and is on static display in İzmit old railway station.
- 48151 (LMS 8151 & BR 48151)
- 48173 (LMS 8173 & BR 48173)
- 48305 (LMS 8303 & BR 48305)
- 48431 (LMS 8431 & BR 48431)
- 48518 (LMS 8518 & BR 48518)
- 48624 (LMS 8624 & BR 48624)
- 48773 (WD 307, LMS 8233, Iranian State Rly 41.109, WD 70307, WD 500 & BR 48773)
- TCCD 45160 (WD 70348, LMS 8274 & TCCD 45160)
- 7TCCD 45170