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GWR 5100 Class

The Great Western Railway GWR 5100 Class was a class of 2-6-2T side tank steam locomotives. It was the first of a series of broadly similar classes used principally for suburban passenger services.

L&YR Class 26

The L&amp,YR Class 26 was a class of 20 2-6-2 T passenger steam locomotives of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway designed by Henry Hoy and introduced in 1903. Most passed to the London, Midland and Scottish Railway at the grouping in 1923 thou ...

LNWR 1400 Class

The London and North Western Railway 1400 Class, commonly known as Bill Baileys after the popular little music hall number "Wont You Come Home Bill Bailey", was a class of 30 4-cylinder 4-6-0 compound locomotives. Essentially a Class B compound 0 ...

LSWR L11 class

The London and South Western Railway L11 class was a class of 4-4-0 steam locomotives designed for mixed traffic work. They were introduced in 1903 and were nicknamed "Large Hoppers". As with most other Drummond productions, the locomotive had tw ...

LSWR S11 class

The LSWR Class S11 was a class of 10 4-4-0 steam locomotives designed for express passenger work by Dugald Drummond. They were introduced to services on the London and South Western Railway in 1903. None of the class survived into preservation af ...

LT&SR 69 Class

The LT&amp,SR 69 class was a class of 0-6-2T steam locomotives designed for freight work on the London, Tilbury and Southend Railway. Six were initially built in 1903 to the design of Thomas Whitelegg, four more followed in 1908, and a further fo ...

Maine Central class O 4-6-0

Maine Central Railroad Class O locomotives were originally intended for heavy freight service. They were of 4-6-0 wheel arrangement in the Whyte notation, or "2C" in UIC classification. They replaced earlier class P 2-6-0 locomotives beginning in ...

NBR K Class

The NBR K class is a class of 4-4-0 steam locomotive of the North British Railway. The first batch was designed by Matthew Holmes in 1902 and had 6-foot-6-inch driving wheels for express passenger work. Three more batches were designed by William ...

New South Wales C30 class locomotive

The C30 class was a class of steam locomotives built by Beyer, Peacock and Company and Eveleigh Railway Workshops for the New South Wales Government Railways of Australia. The 4-6-4T wheel arrangement locomotives were specifically designed to hau ...

Palatine L 2

The steam locomotives of Palatine Class L 2 with the Palatinate Railway were built for the line between Speyer and Neustadt an der Weinstrasse. Because the engines were to be used double-headed, they had doors on the front and rear of the drivers ...

Prussian T 11

The Prussian Class T 11 were passenger tank locomotives produced between 1903 and 1910 in the service of the Prussian state railways for duties on the Berlin Stadtbahn.

Queensland 6D11½ crane class locomotive

In January 1903, two Beyer, Peacock & Co built crane locomotives entered service. Per Queensland Railways classification system they were designated the 6D11½ class, the 6 representing the number of driving wheels, the D that it was a tank locomo ...

Queensland C16 class locomotive

Per Queensland Railways classification system the class was designated the C16 class, C representing they had four driving axles, and the 16 the cylinder diameter in inches. The prototype, N°395, was the first engine to be built by the then new N ...

SECR F1 class

The SECR F1 class was a class of 4-4-0 steam locomotives of the South Eastern and Chatham Railway. The class was rebuilt from older Stirling F class locomotives by Harry Wainwright between 1903 and 1919.

SECR Q1 class

The SECR Q1 class was a class of 0-4-4T steam locomotives of the South Eastern and Chatham Railway. The class was rebuilt from older Stirling Q class locomotives by Harry Wainwright between 1903 and 1919. These locomotives should not be confused ...

South Australian Railways T class

Between February 1903 and September 1917, the South Australian Railways SAR placed 78 T class locomotives into service. They were built by Islington Railway Workshops 4, James Martin & Co, Gawler 34 and Walkers Limited, Maryborough 40. They were ...

VR Class Sk3

The VR Class Sk3, originally known as the Finnish Steam Locomotive Classes G3, G5, G10 & G11, was a class of 88 2-6-0 steam locomotives, built for the Finnish State Railways from 1892 to 1903 at Tampella. One is preserved, at the Finnish Railway ...

WAGR E class

The WAGR E class were a class of 4-6-2 steam locomotives built for the Western Australian Government Railways by English manufacturers Nasmyth, Wilson & Co, Vulcan Foundry and North British Locomotive Company, from 1902. The locomotives provided ...

Bavarian S 2/5

The Class S 2/5 express locomotives of the Royal Bavarian State Railways were the first steam engines in Germany to be built with full-length bar frames. The prototypes for this type of frame were the two locomotives imported in 1900 from Baldwin ...

Belgian State Railways Type 23

The Belgian State Railways Type 23, later known as the NMBS/SNCB Type 53, was a class of 0-8-0 T steam locomotives built between 1904 and 1927. In 436 members of the class was used as a shunter at most railway stations of the Belgian company "Rus ...

DWWR 13

Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford Railway 13 was an 0-6-0 goods locomotive built in 1904 at Grand Canal Street railway works and was followed by four more of the same class, two being contracted to Beyer, Peacock and Company.

DWWR 67

Dublin, Wicklow and Wexford Railway 67 was a 4-4-0 locomotive built in 1905 at Beyer, Peacock and Company. It was accompanied by engine 68 from the same maker. They became the DW&amp,WRs flagship passenger locomotives.

GER Class S56

The GER Class S56 was a class of 0-6-0T steam tank locomotives designed by James Holden for the Great Eastern Railway. Together with some rebuilt examples of GER Class R24, they passed to the London and North Eastern Railway at the grouping in 19 ...

GWR 3800 Class

The Great Western Railway County Class were a class of 4-4-0 steam locomotives for express passenger train work introduced in 1904 in a batch of ten. Two more batches followed in 1906 and 1912 with minor differences. They were designed by George ...

KkStB Class 229

The steam locomotive class kkStB 229 was a passenger tank engine class with the Imperial Austrian State Railways, kkStB. In order to improve the local passenger transportation kkStB procured 2-6-2 tank locomotives that were to replace the existin ...

L&YR Class 30 (Hughes compound)

The L&amp,YR Class 30 was a class of 0-8-0 steam locomotives of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, designed by George Hughes. The prototype was rebuilt from an Aspinall Class 30 locomotive in 1904. Ten new locomotives were built in 1907. The l ...

LB&SCR E6 class

The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway E6 Class was a class of 0-6-2T side tank steam locomotive designed by Robert Billinton. They were introduced in 1904 and were a development of the E5 class with smaller driving wheels intended for heav ...

LD&ECR Class D

The LD&amp,ECR Class D was a class of nine 0-6-4T steam locomotives supplied to the Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway in 1904 and 1906 by Kitson & Co. of Leeds. They later became the property of the Great Central Railway and finally t ...

LNER Class J64

The LNER Class J64 was a class of three 0-6-0T steam locomotives of the London and North Eastern Railway. They were built by Hudswell Clarke for the mid-Suffolk light railway and were acquired by LNER when it took over mid-Suffolk in 1924. Number ...

LNWR Class C

The London and North Western Railway Class C was a class of 0-8-0 steam locomotives. They were two cylinder simple expansion rebuilds of the three-cylinder Class A designed by F.W. Webb. Fifteen Class As were converted to Class C between 1904 and ...

LNWR Class E

26 were rebuilt by George Whale from Class B 4-cylinder compounds with the simple addition of a leading pony truck to reduce excessive front overhang between 1904-1908. The only alteration was to wheelbase and weight, but when the letter classifi ...

LNWR Whale Precursor Class

The class were introduced by George Whale in 1904 and 130 examples were built by Crewe Works up to 1907. Their introduction allowed Whale to phase out his predecessor Francis Webbs unreliable compound locomotives. They were essentially a larger v ...

LSWR L12 class

The London and South Western Railway L12 class was a class of 20 4-4-0 steam locomotives designed for express passenger work by Dugald Drummond. They were introduced to the London and South Western Railway network in 1904. Despite the class being ...

MGWR Class B

The Midland Great Western Railway B Class 0-6-0 was a class of 4 locomotives built at North British Locomotive Company in 1904. In 1925 they were allocated Great Southern Railways Class 646 / Inchicore Class J2. In MGWR class B was attempted on a ...

Mosbach–Mudau Nos. 1 to 4

The Mosbach–Mudau engines Nos. 1 to 4 were six-wheeled, narrow gauge, tank locomotives designed for the metre gauge line from Mosbach to Mudau.

Neath and Brecon Stephensons

The Neath and Brecon Stephensons were 0-6-2T tank locomotives introduced into traffic on the Neath and Brecon Railway in 1904 from a Rhymney Railway design. There were three locos in the class. They were built by Robert Stephenson and Company and ...

NER Class P2

The NER Class P2 was a class of 0-6-0 steam locomotives of the North Eastern Railway. All 50 locomotives survived into British Railways ownership in 1948 and their BR numbers were 65730-65779. None survive into preservation.

NZR UD class

The NZR U D class was a class of two 4-6-0 steam locomotives built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1904 for the Wellington and Manawatu Railway Company. When that company was nationalised in 1908, they passed into the ownership of the New Zeal ...

NZR WF class

The New Zealand W F class were steam locomotives designed, built and used by New Zealand Railways Department. Their wheel arrangement is described by the Whyte notation 2-6-4T and the first members of the class entered service in 1904. The locomo ...

NZR WJ class

The NZR W J class was a class of one steam locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works for service on New Zealands private Wellington and Manawatu Railway. She acquired the W J classification when the publicly owned New Zealand Railways Departme ...

Oldenburg B

The steam locomotives of Oldenburg Class B of the Grand Duchy of Oldenburg State Railways were built in the early 1900s for working the metre gauge network on the German island of Wangerooge. Initially, the sample was ordered in 1904 from Freuden ...

Queensland 6D13½ class locomotive

In 1904 the North Ipswich Railway Workshops assembled six 0-6-0T locomotives. The wheel sets came from B15 class locomotives and the cylinders have been purchased for an aborted project. Per Queensland Railways classification system they were des ...

Reseau Breton 4-6-0 tank locomotives

The Reseau Breton 4-6-0 tank locomotives were a class of metre gauge locomotives. The twelve class members were built in two batches by Franco-Belge and Fives-Lille for the Reseau Breton in France. Introduced in 1904, they were to be found all ov ...

Rhaetian Railway G 4/5

The Rhaetian Railway G 4/5 was a class of metre gauge 2-8-0 steam locomotives operated by the Rhaetian Railway, which is the main railway network in the Canton of Graubunden, Switzerland. The class was called 4 g / 5 at the Swiss locomotive and r ...

Rhymney Railway M class

The Rhymney Railway M class was a class of 0-6-2T tank locomotive introduced into traffic on the Rhymney Railway in 1904. These were substantial sized tank engines, and weighed 66 long tons and were 36 feet 9 inches in length. There were six Loco ...

SECR H class

The South Eastern and Chatham Railway H Class is a class of 0-4-4T steam locomotive originally designed for suburban passenger work, designed by Harry Wainwright in 1904. Most of the sixty-six members of the class were later equipped for push-pul ...

South West African Class Ha

The South West African Class Ha 0-6-2T of 1904 was a steam locomotive from the German South West Africa era. In 1904 the German administration in German South West Africa acquired ten tank class ha locomotives with the wheel formula 0-6-2 to rent ...

WAGR U class (1903)

The WAGR U class was a single member class of 0-6-0T tank locomotive operated by the Western Australian Government Railways from 1904 until 1940.

Bavarian G 4/5 N

The Bavarian Class G 4/5 N was an early twentieth century German steam locomotive built for the Royal Bavarian State Railways. Its design was based on that of the Class E I and it had unmistakable similarities to the final series of that class. H ...

Bavarian P 3/5 N

The 36 locomotives of Class P 3/5 N of the Royal Bavarian State Railways were built between 1905 and 1907 by Maffei. The P 3/5 N evolved from the S 3/5 express train locomotive and had likewise a four-cylinder compound configuration. Compared wit ...