Tiny was built by Sara and Company. It had a vertical boiler and was similar to four locomotives that later worked in the docks at Falmouth in Cornwall.
After withdrawal it was used at Newton Abbot where it was used to power machinery in the workshops there. In 1927, no longer required for this purpose, it was displayed on the platform at the station opposite the workshops. It has since been moved to Buckfastleigh railway station where it is displayed in the museum of the South Devon Railway Trust.
- Power type: Steam
- Builder: Sara and Company
- Configuration: 0-4-0vb
- Gauge: 7 ft 0¼ in
- Driver size: 3 ft 0 in
- Wheelbase: 5 ft 9 in
- Cylinder size: 9 in dia x 12 in stroke