The K1 class were a class of 70 mixed traffic locomotives built in the late 1940s, and although designed during grouping the first member of the class was not completed until BR days. One of the class survives today and is owned and operated by the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group. 62005, now spends the majority of her time operating The Jacobite service along the West Highland Line extension.
During the early part of the 2016 season, the preserved K1 spent some time at the North Yorkshire Moors. It is seen onshed at Grosmont on the weekend before heading up to Scotland the the 2016 Jacobite season.