Gibb & Hogg Steam Locomotive
This steam engine hauled men and coal up and down the mineshaft at Cardowan Colliery in Stepps, North Lanarkshire. It was built at Murray and Paterson's Engineering Works in Coatbridge. Sunk in 1924, Cardowan Colliery produced coal which fuelled the ovens in local ironworks, including Ravenscraig. Cardowan was a very gassy pit and the methane produced was tapped to supply the neighbouring whisky bottling plant.