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GSR Classes 372 and 393

The Great Southern Railways Classes 372 and 393 were types of 2-6-0 steam locomotives exported to Ireland from Great Britain in 1924. They were designed by Richard Maunsell in 1914 for the South Eastern and Chatham Railway to be members of the SE ...

LNER Class U1

The London and North Eastern Railway Class U1 was a solitary 2-8-0+0-8-2 Beyer-Garratt locomotive designed for banking coal trains over the Worsborough Bank, a steeply graded line in South Yorkshire and part of the Woodhead Route. It was both the ...

Metropolitan Railway K Class

They were built by Armstrong Whitworth in 1925, using parts manufactured at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, to the design of the South Eastern and Chatham Railway N Class 2-6-0 locomotives and part of a family of 200 or so "mogul" engines designed b ...

New South Wales C36 class locomotive

The New South Wales C36 class was a class of two-cylinder, simple, non-condensing, coal-fired superheated, 4-6-0 express passenger steam locomotives built by Eveleigh Railway Workshops and Clyde Engineering for the New South Wales Government Rail ...

Sentetsu Pureshi-class locomotives

The Pureshi-class locomotives were a group of steam tank locomotives with 2-6-2 wheel arrangement of used by the Chosen Government Railway in Korea. The "Pure" name came from the American naming system for steam locomotives, under which locomotiv ...

South Australian Railways 600 class

The 600 class were part of larger order for 30 steam locomotives placed with Armstrong Whitworth, England in 1924 as part of the rehabilitation of the states rail system being overseen by railways commissioner William Webb. The 600 class design w ...

TR MK class

The TR MK class, later known as the EAR 25 class, was a class of 1.000 mm gauge 2-8-2 steam locomotives. The eleven members of the class were built by Vulcan Foundry, in Newton-le-Willows, Lancashire, England, for the Tanganyika Railway. They ent ...

ČSD Class 387.0

The ČSD Class 387.0 were 4-6-2 express passenger steam locomotives operated by the Czechoslovak State Railways between 1926 and 1974. Forty-three of these 2.100-horsepower pacific locomotives were built by the Skoda Works, Plzen in five series be ...

DRG Class 01

The Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschafts BR 01 steam locomotives were the first standardised steam express passenger locomotives built by the unified German railway system. They were of 4-6-2 "Pacific" wheel arrangement in the Whyte notation, or 2′C ...

DRG Class 44

The Class 44 was a ten-coupled, heavy goods train steam locomotive built for the Deutsche Reichsbahn as a standard steam engine class. Its sub-class was G 56.20 and it had triple cylinders. It was intended for hauling goods trains of up to 1.200 ...

KUR EC class

The KUR EC class was a class of 1.000 mm gauge 4-8-2+2-8-4 Garratt-type articulated steam locomotives. The four members of the class, built by Beyer, Peacock & Co. in Manchester, England, were the first Garratts to be ordered and acquired by the ...

KUR ED1 class

The KUR ED1 class was a class of 1.000 mm gauge 2-6-2 T steam locomotives built for the Kenya-Uganda Railway. The 27 members of the ED1 class entered service on the KUR between 1926 and 1930. They were later operated by the TRs successor, the Eas ...

LMS Hughes Crab

The London Midland and Scottish Railway Hughes Crab or Horwich Mogul is a class of mixed traffic 2-6-0 steam locomotive built between 1926 and 1932. They are noted for their appearance with large highly-angled cylinders to accommodate a restricte ...

LNER Class J39

The London and North Eastern Railway Class J39 was a class of medium powered 0-6-0 steam locomotive designed for mixed traffic work throughout the former LNER system between London and the north of Scotland.

MRWA A class

The MRWA A class was a class of steam locomotives built by Kitson & Co. in Leeds, England, for the Midland Railway of Western Australia. The classs wheel arrangement was 2-8-2.

Queensland B18¼ class locomotive

The first batch of 17 B18¼ class locomotive were built by the North Ipswich Railway Workshops in 1926. Per Queensland Railways classification system they were designated the B18 class, B representing they had three driving axles, and the 18 the c ...

South Australian Railways 500 class (steam)

The South Australian Railways 500 class was a class of 4-8-2 steam locomotives operated by the South Australian Railways. They were rebuilt as 4-8-4s.

South Australian Railways 700 class (steam)

As part of William Webbs rehabilitation of the South Australian Railways, ten 2-8-2 steam locomotives were delivered by Armstrong Whitworth, Newcastle upon Tyne in March 1926. They were designed to operate across all broad gauge branch lines. In ...

SR L1 class

The Southern Railway L1 class was a class of 4-4-0 steam tender locomotives built for express passenger service on the South Eastern Main Line of the Southern Railway. They were designed by Richard Maunsell as a development of Harry Wainwrights L ...

SR Lord Nelson class

The SR class LN or Lord Nelson class is a type of 4-cylinder 4-6-0 steam locomotive designed for the Southern Railway by Richard Maunsell in 1926. They were intended for Continental boat trains between London and Dover harbour, but were also late ...

SR Lord Nelson Class 850 Lord Nelson

Southern Railway No. 850 Lord Nelson is a preserved British steam locomotive of the Lord Nelson class. She forms part of the United Kingdoms National Railway Collection.

Victorian Railways G class

The G class Garratt locomotives were built for the Victorian Railways 2 ft 6 in gauge branch lines. These locomotives were introduced in 1926 to increase train sizes and thus reduce losses on these lines. Their tractive effort was comparable to t ...

Chōsen Railway Class 700

The Class 700 was a class of steam tank shunting locomotives with 0-8-0 wheel arrangement operated by the Chōsen Railway in colonial Korea, built by Hitachi of Japan. Their fate after the liberation and division of Korea is unknown.

DRG Class 80

The Class 80 tank engines were German standard locomotives with the Deutsche Reichsbahn. They were intended to replace the aging, rickety state railway line engines performing shunting duties in their dotage at large stations.

DRG Class 87

The German Class 87 was a standard goods train tank locomotive with the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft. It was specifically designed by the firm of Orenstein & Koppel for use in Hamburg Harbour. The harbour lines had minimal curve radii of only ...

DRG Class 99.19

The DRG Class 99.19 engines were metre gauge, ten-coupled, superheated, steam locomotives that were employed in the southwestern German state of Wurttemberg from 1927. Actually this class was in was purchased by the Royal Württemberg state Railwa ...

GWR 4575 Class

They were designed as small mixed traffic branch locomotives, mainly used on branch lines. They were a development of Churchwards 4500 Class with larger side tanks and increased water capacity. 100 were built numbered 4575–4599 and 5500–5574. A n ...

GWR 6000 Class

The Great Western Railway 6000 Class or King class is a class of 4-6-0 steam locomotive designed for express passenger work and introduced in 1927. They were the largest locomotives built by the GWR, apart from the unique Pacific. The class was n ...

Indian locomotive class XB

The Indian locomotive class XB was a 4-6-2 passenger locomotive with a 17-long-ton axle load. It had a lot of problems. It was built with the help of British Engineering Standards Association. It was up to date as any locomotive in England. It ha ...

KUR EC1 class

The KUR EC1 class, later known as the EAR 50 class and the EAR 51 class, was a class of 1.000 mm gauge 4-8-2+2-8-4 Garratt-type articulated steam locomotives. The first twenty members of the class were built in 1927 by Beyer, Peacock and Co. in M ...

LMS/BR Class 4 2-6-4T locomotives

The London, Midland and Scottish Railway and British Railways Class 4 2-6-4T was a family of classes of steam locomotives. A grand total of 800 engines were built to five separate designs by four different mechanical engineers, over a period of 2 ...

LMS Fowler 2-6-4T

125 examples of the class were built. The last 30 numbered 2395 to 2424 were fitted with side-windows and doors to their cabs. The LMS classified them 4P, BR 4MT. They were the basis for a family of subsequent LMS/BR Class 4 2-6-4T locomotives. T ...

LMS Garratt

The London Midland and Scottish Railway Garratt was a class of Garratt 2-6-0+0-6-2 steam locomotive designed for heavy freight. A total of 33 were built from 1927, making them the most numerous class of Garratt in Britain.

LMS Royal Scot Class

The London, Midland and Scottish Railway Royal Scot Class is a class of 4-6-0 express passenger locomotive introduced in 1927. Originally having parallel boilers, all members were later rebuilt with tapered type 2A boilers, and were in effect two ...

LNER Class Y3

The LNER Class Y3 was a class of 0-4-0 geared steam locomotives built by Sentinel Waggon Works for the London and North Eastern Railway and introduced in 1927. They passed into British Railways ownership in 1948 and were numbered 68154-68185. At ...

Santa Fe class 3450

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railways 3450 class comprised ten 4-6-4 "Hudson" type steam locomotives built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1927. Built as coal-burners, they were later converted to oil-burning during the 1930s. At the same ...

Sentetsu Mikasa-class locomotive

The Mikasa-class locomotives were a group of steam tender locomotives of the Chosen Government Railway with 2-8-2 wheel arrangement. The "Mika" name came from the American naming system for steam locomotives, under which locomotives with 2-8-2 wh ...

Sentetsu Pashishi-class locomotive

The Pashishi class locomotives were a group of steam tender locomotives of the Chosen Government Railway with 4-6-2 wheel arrangement. The "Pashi" name came from the American naming system for steam locomotives, under which locomotives with 4-6-2 ...

Sentetsu Tehoro-class locomotive

The Tehoro-class locomotives were a class of steam tender locomotives of the Chosen Government Railway with 4-6-0 wheel arrangement. The "Teho" name came from the American naming system for steam locomotives, under which locomotives with 4-6-0 wh ...

SR E1/R class

The Southern Railway E1/R is a class of 0-6-2T tank steam locomotive designed for light passenger and freight duties. They were rebuilt from earlier LBSCR E1 class 0-6-0T locomotives originally built 1874-1883. The rebuilt locomotives were intend ...

VR Class Tk3

The Finnish VR Class Tk3 was a 2-8-0 light freight locomotive. It was the most numerous steam locomotive class in Finland with 161 built. 100 locomotives were constructed between 1927 and 1930, with a further 61 ordered and constructed 1943–53. T ...

DRG Class 24

The DRG Class 24 steam engines were German standard locomotives built for the Deutsche Reichsbahn between 1928 and 1939 to haul passenger trains.

DRG Class 62

The Class 62 engines were standard passenger train tank locomotives of Germanys Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft. Class 62 were developed and supplied by Henschel on the railroad in the 1920-ies. The engines were two-cylinder superheated steam lo ...

DRG Class 64

The Deutsche Reichsbahn had a standard passenger train tank engine with a wheel arrangement of 1C1 or 2-6-2 and a low axle load, which was designated in their classification system as the DRG Class 64. The Class 64 was developed from 1926 onwards ...

DRG Class 81

The locomotives of the German DRG Class 81 were standard goods train tank locomotives with the Deutsche Reichsbahn-Gesellschaft. In 1928, ten examples were supplied by the firm Hanomag, which correspond to the class 80 locomotives in many details ...

DRG Class 99.73–76

The German Class 99.73-76 engines were standard locomotives in service with the Deutsche Reichsbahn for Saxonys narrow gauge railways. Together with their follow-on class, the DR Class 99.77-79, they were the most powerful narrow gauge locomotive ...

FS Class 744

The Ferrovie dello Stato Class 744 is a class of 2-8-0 steam locomotives, they were the last orthodox steam locomotives built for the FS.

GSR Class 850

The Great Southern Railways Class 850 consisted of a single 2-6-2T tank locomotive built by Inchicore railway works in 1927, the sole example carrying the same number as the class. It was the first locomotive designed and built by the GSR since i ...

GWR 4575 Class 5542

GWR tank locomotive number 5542 is a preserved Great Western Railway steam locomotive of the GWR 4575 Class. It is currently based on the Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway after a very rapid boiler overhaul at South Devon Railway during th ...

GWR 4900 Class

The Great Western Railway 4900 Class or Hall Class is a class of 4-6-0 mixed traffic steam locomotives designed by Charles Collett for the Great Western Railway. A total of 259 were built at Swindon Works, numbered 4900–4999, 5900–5999 and 6900–6 ...