Designed by N.A. Dadd and built by Garibaldi Engineering for the Door Valley Tramway in 1897.
There is some confusion regarding the builder, as no evidence of Garibaldi can be found in the Cliveden area. Although there is a public house by this name in Bourne End?

Incredibly, MUSKETEER survived as the only operable engine at Door until 1965, when it was acquired by the trust.

Specifications ::
0-4-0 T
Cylinders – 6″ x 9″
Driving wheels – 21″ (dia)
Boiler pressure – 160 psi
Tractive effort – 1850lbs (@75%bp)

Operational status –
in service

MUSKETEER on the turntable at Candlebridge