After active service the A4 4489 was forgotten for a few months. Then it was given to the Canadian Railway Museum. There it was put on display. In 2012 she was moved back to the UK again for the celebration of the record run of the Mallard. It was than restored to the original condition. In 2014 it was moved back to Canada.
|Diameter driving wheels||2032 mm|
|Weight full||105 ton|
|Overheated area||70 m2|
|Grate area||4 m2|
|Cilinders||3: 470x660 mm|
|Remarks||The A4 class was developed as a high-speed engine, based on the A3 class. It was intended for the high speed service between London and Newcastle.|
|1937||Build for||London and North Eastern Railway||A4||Woodcock/ 4489|
|1937||Renamed by||London and North Eastern Railway||A4||Dominion of Canada/ 4489|
|1946||Renumbered by||London and North Eastern Railway||A4||Dominion of Canada/ 10|
|1948||Take over by||British Railways||A4||Dominion of Canada/ 60010|
|1966||Gift to||Musée Ferrovaire Canadien||A4||Dominion of Canada/ 60010|
|2013||Renumbered by||Musée Ferrovaire Canadien||A4||Dominion of Canada/ 4489|
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