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Grouping : Southern Railway
Configuration : 4-4-2T
Common Name : Marsh Tanks
Designer : Marsh/Billinton

Introduced 1907. Marsh LBSCR design with slide valves. Rebuilt 1919 with superheater and extended smokebox.
(a) Introduced 1908. Marsh LBSCR design with piston valves and smaller wheels. Later locos built saturated but subsequently superheated.
(b) Introduced 1912. L B Billinton development of Marsh design with superheater and larger cylinders.

Weight:
Loco 75 tons 10 cwt Driving Wheel: 6' 9" ; 6' 7?" (a)(b)
76 tons 0 cwt (a)(b) Boil Press: 180lb/sq in Su
Cylinders: Valve Gear: Stephenson (slide valves)
(a)(b) Stephenson (piston valves)
Two 19" x 26" (inside) TE: 17,730 lb; 20,015 lb (a); 22,065 lb (b)
Two 20" x 26" (inside)(a)
Two 21" x 26" (inside)(b)


Total Locos for Class - 27

 

sr 2024
32021
32022 a

32023 a
32025 a
32026 a

32027 a
32028 a
32029 a

32030 a
32075 a
32076 a

32077 a
32078 a
32079 a

32080 a
32081 a
32082 b

32083 b
32084 b
32085 b

32086 b
32087 b
32088 b

32089 b
32090 b
32091 b


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Southern Railway Class I3 4-4-2 Tank
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Southern Railway Class I3 4-4-2 Tank No. 32084 in very early British Railways unlined black livery.


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