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LNER Class Jones Metropolitan Railway M2 0-6-4 Tank

Built 1915. Designed by Jones.

Total Number Built 4 - Total to BR 2.

Introduced 1915. Jones Metropolitan Railway design.

These were the survivors of four Metropolitan Railway engines acuqired by the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) from the London Passenger Transport Board in 1937.

Number Series 69076-69077.

Built at ??? Works.

No Lot Nos. yet available.

Built 1915. Designed by Jones.

Total Number Built 4 - Total to BR 2.

Introduced 1915. Jones Metropolitan Railway design.

These were the survivors of four Metropolitan Railway engines acuqired by the London & North Eastern Railway (LNER) from the London Passenger Transport Board in 1937.

Number Series 69076-69077.

Built at ??? Works.

No Lot Nos. yet available.

No. 69076 was named "Robert H.Selbie".

No. 69077was named "Charles Jones

None of the engines survived long enough to carry their BR allocated numbers.

None of the engines survived long enough to carry their BR allocated numbers.

Both locos were withdrawn in 1948.

The two locos 69076 and 69077 were withdrawn 22 October 1948 both from Neasden shed.

None are preserved.

Motive Power Details
Weight: Loco 71 tons 1 cwt
Driving Wheel: 5' 9"
Cylinders: Two 20" x 26" (inside)
Boil Press: 160lb/sq in Su
Valve Gear: Stephenson (piston valves)
TE: 20,500 lb
Number Series

Class Total: 4



69076
69077

Allocation and Withdrawal Details


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