No. 44 Standing in a shed yard. L&NWR on tank side. Fireman on bunker as the engine takes on water.
A 4-4-2 tank locomotive developed from Whale’s Precursor passenger engines although with smaller driving wheels. They were used on suburban passenger services in the London, Birmingham and Manchester areas.
|Storage Type||Side tanks and bunker|
|Coal Capacity||5 tons|
|Size Leading (2 3/4 to 3 in)||3ft 3in|
|Number Spokes Leading||10|
|Size Driving (2 3/4 in)||6ft 3in|
|Number Spokes Drivers||20|
|Size Trailing (2 3/4 in)||3ft 3in|
|Chimney Height||1ft 10ins|
|Grate Area||22.4sq ft|
|Heating Area||1 939sq ft|
|Cylinders||Two (I): 19in dia|
|CME||Mr. George Whale|