British Railway Steam Locomotive
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Note: To Obtain Consistency in the Steam System, Shed Codes used are those Registered at Nationalisation on 1st January 1948
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|1st Grouping Number||lms 5512|
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|Builder||Crewe Works (LNER/LMS/British Railways)|
|1948 Shed|| 5A Crewe North|
|Last Shed||68A Carlisle Kingmoor|
|Disposal details||Motherwell Machinery & Scrap, Inslow Works, Wishaw.|
|Notes||Claughton LNW rebuild - Named late 1933 - rebuilt Jul 1948|
Class InformationIntroduced 1930. Fowler three-cylinder design with parallel boiler. 45500/1 were rebuilt from LNER "Claughton" Class of 1912, retaining original wheels & other details. 5XP.
(a) Rebuilt 1946 on by Ivatt with large taper boiler, new cylinders and double chimney - (45512/22/3/5/7/32/4/5/6/45 rebuilt by BR). 6P.
Loco 80 tons 15 cwt Driving Wheel: 6' 9"
82 tons 0 cwt (a) Boil Press: 200lb/sq in Su
250lb/sq in Su (a)
Cylinders: Three Valve Gear: Walschaerts (piston valves)
18" x 26" ; 17" x 26" (a) TE: 26,520 lb; 29,570 lb (a)
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