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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 Numbersr 102
2nd Pre Grouping Number
1st Pre Grouping Numberlsw 102
Works/Lot Number406
Class CodeB4
BuilderNine Elms (LSWR)
1948 Shed71A Eastleigh
Last Shed71A Eastleigh
Disposal details
NotesSold to Butlins in 1964 and displayed at Ayr holiday camp. Rescued in 1971 and preserved at Bressingham Museum. http://www.bressingham.co.uk

Class Information

Introduced 1891. Adams LSWR design for dock shunting.
(a) Introduced 1908. Drummond locos, originally designated K14, with smaller boiler and detail alterations.

Loco 33 tons 9 cwt Driving Wheel: 3' 9 3/4"
32 tons 18 cwt (a) Boil Press: 140lb/sq in NS
Cylinders: Valve Gear: Stephenson (slide valves)
Two 16" x 22" (inside) TE: 14,650 lb


SR Adams/Drummond Class B4 No, 30102 at Winchester City Shed 1961
Date Photo Taken: 1961
Date Uploaded 23/01/2016
Image Owner/Copyright: Trevor Rumgay
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Southern Region Adams/Drummond Class B4 No, 30102 on the line leading to Winchester City Shed 1961.

It was built by the LSWR at Nine Elms works in December 1893, named Granville, and withdrawn from 71A Eastleigh shed in September 1963.

Two of the class survive:

102 (BR no. 30102) Granville was sold to Butlins in 1964 and displayed at their Skegness holiday camp along with 46100 Royal Scot. Rescued in 1971, it is now preserved on display at the Bressingham Steam Museum near Diss, Norfolk. http://www.bressingham.co.uk

96 (BR no. 30096) Normandy is at the end of its boiler certificate and is on static display awaiting overhaul at the Bluebell Railway in Sussex

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Last Updated : 1961

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