Sent to New Zealand and used initially on the unsuccessful Invercargill Railway. The locomotive did not suit the wooden rails, but was later used on a bush tramway after being converted to an 0-4-0 and re-gauged.
Originally built at the "Irish" broad gauge of 5'3", she was converted to the standard gauge of 4ft 8½ inch for the Southland "Wooden Railway", then finally converted to the narrow 3'6" gauge.
Later the engine was converted to drive a sawmill
c1874 Appears to have been in use by a sawmill north of Winton, employed cutting sleepers for the Winton to Kingston line. This area became known as "Lady Barkly".
c1886 Also reports of it being used by "Massey & Co," sawmillers at Woodend then by "Guthrie & Larnach", sawmillers at Clifton