British Railway Steam Locomotive
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|2nd Grouping Number|| |
|1st Grouping Number||lms 16025|
|2nd Pre Grouping Number|| |
|1st Pre Grouping Number||cr 1515|
|Works/Lot Number|| Y027|
|Builder||St. Rollox (LMS) Glasgow|
|1948 Shed||STR St Rollox Works|
|Last Shed||STR St Rollox Works|
|Disposal details||Inverurie Works (B.R.)|
|Notes||Withdrawn Sep1939 reinstated Nov 1939 works shunter|
Built 1878-1908. Designed by Dugald Drummond.
Total Number Built 40 - Total to BR 14.
Introduced 1878. Drummond Caledonian Railway design - Caledonian Pugs.
(a) Some employed as Departmental locomotives by BR.
Some locos were attached to small wooden tenders.
Some were fitted with stove-pipe chimneys.
Number Series 56010-56039.
Built at ??? Works.
Lot Nos. not yet available.
These small Caledonian shunters became well dispersed after 1948. Although to majority of engines remained in Scotland, others were allocated as far afield as Burton, Shrewsbury and Crewe Works.
No. 56025 was employed for many years as the St Rollox Works shunter.
The first loco withdrawn was ??? in ??? from ??? shed.
The last loco withdrawn was ??? in ??? from ??? shed.
None are preserved.
Motive Power Details
Weight: Loco 27 tons 7 cwt
Driving Wheel: 3' 8"
Boil Press: 160lb/sq in NS
Cylinders: Two 14" x 20" (outside)
Valve Gear: Stephenson (slide valves)
TE: 12,115 lb
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