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Class Details

Grouping : Great Western Railway
Configuration : 0-6-2T
Common Name :
Designer : Cameron

Introduced 1914. Cameron Taff Vale Class A design.
Rebuilt from 1924 with GWR superheated taper boiler.

Weight:
Loco 65 tons 14 cwt Driving Wheel: 5' 3"
Boil Press: 175lb/sq in Su
200lb/sq in Su (a)
Cylinders: Valve Gear: Stephenson (slide valves)
Two 18?" x 26" (inside) TE: 21,000 lb; 21,480 lb (a)
Two 17?" x 26" (inside) (a)


Total Locos for Class - 58

 

303 a
305 a
322
335
337
343 a

344
345 a
346 a
347 a
348 a
349

351 a
352
356 a
357 a
360
361

362 a
364 a
365 a
366
367 a
368 a

370
371
372
373 a
374 a
375 a

376 a
377 a
378 a
379 a
380 a
381 a

382 a
383 a
384 a
385 a
386 a
387

388 a
389 a
390 a
391 a
393 a
394 a

397 a
398 a
399 a
402 a
404 a
406

408
438
439 a
440 a


Images for Loco Class TV-A

GWR Taff Vale Railway Class A 0-6-2 Tank
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GWR Taff Vale Railway Class A 0-6-2 Tank No. 438 (Later Renumbered to No. 309)


GWR/TV Class A 0-6-2T No. 391 Outside Cardiff Cathays Shed c.1955
Date Photo Taken: c1955
Date Uploaded 03/08/2013
Image Owner/Copyright: D. K. Jones
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Great Western Railway/Taff Vale Railway, Cameron Class A 0-6-2 tank design, No. 391 stands outside Cardiff Cathays Shed circa 1955. The loco was withdrawn in September 1956.


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