Engine was used to pull the coach of the mechanical engineer of the railway company. It was rebuild various times.
|Diameter driving wheels||1721 mm|
|Weight full||46 ton|
|Grate area||1 m2|
|Cilinders||HP: 1: 330x508 mm, LP: 1: 470x508 mm|
|Fuel capacity||coal: 2,5 ton|
|Water capacity||7 m3|
|1869||Build for||North Eastern Railway||LNER X1||Aerolite/|
|1886||Renumbered by||North Eastern Railway||LNER X1||Aerolite/ 66|
|1923||Take over by||London and North Eastern Railway||LNER X1||Aerolite/ 66|
|1934||Take over by||National Railway Museum York||LNER X1||Aerolite/ 66|
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