This engine played a role in the film The Railway Chilren in 1970. It is painted in the fictitious GN&SR (Great Northern and Southern Railway) caramel livery.
|Diameter driving wheels||1410 mm|
|Weight full||48 ton|
|Grate area||1 m2|
|Cilinders||2: 444x610 mm|
|Fuel capacity||coal: 3,4 ton|
|Water capacity||5 m3|
|Remarks||Originaly designed as shunting engine, they were also used for passenger trains. It was one of the most numerous classes of British steam locomotive.|
|1929||Build for||Great Western Railway||5700||/ 5775|
|1948||Take over by||British Railways||5700||/ 5775|
|1958||Sold to||London Transport Executive||5700||/ L89|
|1970||Sold to||Keighley and Worth Valley Railway||5700||/ 5775|
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