|Class||LMS Ivatt 2MT|
|Tractive Effort||17,410 lbf|
|Weight|| 94.4 short tons
Enid is the museum engine of the Waterdown Railway.
Enid arrived in Waterdown in 1955. She was built in Leicester, England. She was the first of her class to be built as the Ivatt 2MT. She used to work on the Mainline as a mixed traffic engine, but was reallocated to the Timesworth Transport Museum in 1982 where she became the museum's tourist engine. She now takes excursions along the Waterdown Railway's mainline. However, the other engines are allowed to the train on special occasions.
Despite being well-spoken, Enid can be rather stuck up and sometimes not speak to other engines of a certain calibre.
Enid is painted in BR Black.
Enid is based on an LMS Ivatt 2 2-6-0. However since she was built in 1938, it's noted that none of the Ivatt 2-6-0s were built until 1946.
- Merry Christmas Lines (audio)
- None of the ivatt 2s were built till 1946, so it's possible Enid was built as a prototype.
- The real LMS Ivatt 2 2-6-0 6400 was built on the 31st of December, 1946 and was withdrawn from service on the 21st, of May, 1967. It was cut up at J. McWilliams Scrapyard on the 30th of September, 1967.
- Enid is the solely elected leader of the museum engines.
- Enid shares the same whistle sound as Clay.