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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
Number30114 c
2nd Grouping Number
1st Grouping Numbersr 114
2nd Pre Grouping Number
1st Pre Grouping Numberlsw 114
Works/Lot NumberG9
Class CodeT9
BuilderNine Elms (LSWR)
1948 Shed71D Fratton
Last Shed71D Fratton
Disposal detailsEastleigh Works (B.R.)
DisposalCut Up
Disposal Date31/05/1951
NotesSuperheated Nov 1927. Converted to oil burning 1947. Laid aside in October 1948 for reconversion to coal firing, though this never happened and the derelict locos were scrapped. BR No. allocated but not worn

Class Information

Introduced 1899. Drummond LSWR design, fitted with superheater and larger cylinders by urie from 1922.
(a) Introduced 1899. Locos with detail differences and originally fitted with firebox watertubes, subsequently removed.
(b) Introduced 1900. Locos with wider cabs and splashers, and without coupling rod splashers. Originally fitted with firebox watertubes, subsequently removed.
(c) Temporarily converted to oil burning in 1947, then reconverted.
(d) = Both (a) and (c), (e) = Both (b) and (c)
Loco 51 tons 18 cwt, 51 tons 16 cwt (a), 51 tons 7 cwt (b)
Tend 39 tons 12 cwt or 44 tons 17 cwt.
Driving Wheel: 6' 7" Boil Press: 175lb/sq in Su
Cylinders: Valve Gear: Stephenson (slide valves)
Two 19" x 26" (inside) TE: 17,675 lb

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