Together with the Dominion of Canada this engine left its base in the US for a trip back to the UK in 2011. In 2014 it returned to the museum.
|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||Golden Shuttle/ 4496|
|1945||Renamed by||London and North Eastern Railway||A4||Dwight D Eisenhower/ 4496|
|1946||Renumbered by||London and North Eastern Railway||A4||Dwight D Eisenhower/ 8|
|1948||Take over by||British Railways||A4||Dwight D Eisenhower/ 60008|
|1963||Gift to||National Railroad Museum||A4||Dwight D Eisenhower/ 60008|
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