Lord Harry/6/Patrick
  • Builder: Winterthur
  • Arrived on Sodor: March 1962
  • Number: 6
  • Configuration: 0-4-2

Lord Harry, currently named Patrick, after a climber, is a mountain engine.


Lord Harry was built at the Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works in Winterthur, Switzerland, in 1922 to a "super-heat" design, and arrived on the Culdee Fell Railway in March 1962, where he was named after the railway's chairman, Lord Harry Barrane. Lord Harry was troublesome and frightened his coaches by taking risks. After he came off at the Summit, Lord Harry was stripped of his name and sent to the back of the shed. After he heard the tale of Godred he asked for a second chance, and was given one as a lowly shunting engine. However, when a message came warning that some climbers needed help during a gale 6 went to the rescue, and was fittingly renamed "Patrick" in honour of a climber who risked his life to help the others.


Lord Harry is based on Padarn of the Snowdon Mountain Railway.


Lord Harry is painted purple with orange lining.


  • ERTL (Discontinued)