THE “BRAMHAM MOOR” is one of the LNER’s latest 4-
“JUTLAND” a 4-
Among the largest express passenger locomotives in Great Britain are the LNER three-
ON THE GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. “Hanbury Hall”. The “Hall” class 4-
A “CASTLE” CLASS ENGINE, used for certain of the fastest express services on the GWR. This engine has four cylinders 16 in by 26 in, a total heating surface of 2,312 sq ft, coupled wheels 6 ft 8½ in diameter, boiler pressure of 225 lb, and a tractive effort of 31,625 lb.
ONE OF THE FAMOUS “KING” CLASS engines [“King James I”] which work the principal express services to and from the West of England is shown here. These engines have a 6 ft 6 in coupled wheels, a boiler pressure of 250 lb, and four cylinders 16¼ in by 28 in.
“LORD NELSON”, a Southern Railway express locomotive, and the first of the class of that name. This powerful engine has four cylinders 16½ in by 26 in. Driving wheels have a diameter of 6 ft 7 in and the engine and tender weigh, in working order, 140 tons 5 cwt.
One of the “King Arthur” class 4-
[From part 41, published 8 November 1935]