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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
2nd Grouping Number
1st Grouping Number
2nd Pre Grouping Number
1st Pre Grouping Number
Works/Lot Number
Class CodeBR9F
DesignerRiddles R
BuilderCrewe Works (LNWR/LMS/British Railways)
1948 Shed18A Toton
Last Shed 6C Birkenhead
Disposal detailsCohens, Kettering.
DisposalCut Up
Disposal Date30/11/1967

Class Information

Introduced 1954. Designed at Brighton. 9F
(a) Introduced 1955. Fitted with Crosti boiler and pre heater. Pre heater sealed off for orthodox working from 1959 and later removed.
(b) Introduced 1958. Fitted with double chimney. (92000/1/6 built single).
(c) Introduced 1958. 92165/6/7 fitted with mech. stoker & double chimney.
(d) Introduced 1960. 92250 Fitted with Giesl oblong ejector & R1G tender.
(e) Fitted with Westinghouse air compressors for Tyne Dock/Consett iron ore trains.
(f) 92015-19/45-59/77-86/100-39/50-64
(g) 92010-4/30-44/67-76/87-96/140-9/68-202

Loco 86 tons 14 cwt, 90 tons 14 cwt (a)
T 50 tons 5 cwt BR1B 4,725 gallons, 7 tons coal 92020-9/60-6/97-9
T 53 tons 5 cwt BR1C 4,725 gallons, 9 tons coal (f)
T 55 tons 5 cwt BR1F 5,625 gallons, 7 tons coal (g)
T 52 tons 10 cwt BR1G 5,000 gallons, 7 tons coal 92000-9/92203-50
T 52 tons 7 cwt BR1K 4,250 gallons, 9 tons coal 92165-7

Driving Wheel: 5' 0"
TE: 39,670 lb Boil Press: 250lb/sq in Su
Cylinders: Two 20" x 28" (outside) Valve Gear: Walschaerts (piston valves)

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