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Early Days (7)

Mr. J. Ramsbottom

1858 — DX Goods (3)
1863 — 4ft Shunter (3)
1870 — Special Tank (2)

Mr. F.W. Webb

1873 — Coal Engine (4)
1880 — 18in Goods (5)
1881 — Special DX (2)
1881 — Coal Tanks (2)
1893 — ‘A’ class (2)
1894 — Crane Tank (2)
1896 — Dock Tank (2)
1901 — ‘B’ class (2)
1903 — 1400 Class (2)

Mr. G. Whale

1904 — ‘C’ class (3)
1904 — ‘E’ class (3)
1906 — ‘D’ class (2)
1906 — ‘F’ class (2)
1906 — ‘G’ class (1)
1912 — ‘G1’ class (5)
1906 — 19in Goods (3)

Mr. C.J. Bowen Cooke

1911 — 1185 class (2)

Capt. H.P.M. Beames

1923 — 380 class (2)

Ex GCR

1919 — ‘MM’ class (2)

 

No.3248 ‘4ft Shunter — Crane Tank’ 0-4-2

No.3248 ‘4ft Shunter — Crane Tank’ 0-4-2 Click on picture
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LNWRS Photo Ref 498

Several of the ‘4ft shunters’ were converted to crane tanks Explain 'Crane Tank 0-4-2CT Locomotive Class' by adding a crane in a larger bunker Explain 'Bunker' and a pair of trailing wheels to carry the weight. Always a curious design, they were used in docks and works. Here No.3248 is about to lift something from Caledonian Railway Explain 'Caledonian Railway (CR)' 3-plank open wagon Explain 'Wagon' No.5672, coupled to a Great Central Railway Explain 'Great Central Railway (GCR)' van Explain 'Van'. The enginemen have reduced the draughts by sheeting over the cab side.

4ft shunter Crane Tank Locomotive Class

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