The first two locomotives were built by Robert Stephenson and Company, being completed and shipped on the vessel Thames on the 1st of August 1855. The first locomotive (serial number 1006) would be named Titania and the second (serial number 1007) would be named Oberon.
Sold to Victorian Railways for £2,756/15 on 3 September 1860, became No.34. Used as a shunter at Williamstown Workshops in 1872. Sold to Swan Hill Shire for £800 in June 1889. Sold to H.V. McKay & Co. (Sunshine Harvester Works). Historical Society of Victoria ask to be retained on 12 September 1925. H.V.McKay & Co. presented one brass number plate to ARHS in 1949.
Cave, Norman; Buckland, John; Beardsell, David (2002). Steam Locomotives of the Victorian Railways. Vol. 1: The First Fifty Years. Melbourne, Vic: ARHS Victoria Division. pp. 9–11, 15, 17, 94–95. ISBN1876677384.