Baldwin was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1917 and shipped to the Skarloey Railway to work with Skarloey and Rheneas. he went until going an overhaul in 1922, he was rebuilt into a 4-6-0 wheel arrangement. he left the Skarloey Railway in 1923 and loaned to work on the aluminium works with Hunslet.
When his company closed in 1948, Alfred was blown up, while he was sheeted up, Baldwin was withdrawn and withdrawn too many times, but it until reopened in 1950, the works engines were lifted to the rails except Jim, Tim, Freddie and Andreas.
While Stuart and Falcon were sheeted in 1951, Little Barford joined the aluminium works until 1952, people found Stuart and Falcon loaned to the Skarloey Railway, while Freddie was bought in 1959, the aluminium works was dropped by Andreas.