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Mr. J.E. McConnell

1851 — Large Bloomers
1852 — Patents
1854 — Small Bloomers
1861 — Class H

Mr. J. Ramsbottom

1859 — Problems
1863 — Samsons
1866 — Newtons

Mr. F.W. Webb

1874 — Precursors
1874 — Precedents
1876 — 2-4-0 Tanks
1879 — 4ft 6in 2-4-2Ts
1882 — Experiments
1884 — Dreadnoughts
1884 — Comp. 4-2-2-0T
1885 — Comp. 2-2-2-2T
1887 — Comp. 2-2-2-2T
1887 — Comp. 2-2-4-0T
1887 — Impr. Precedents
1889 — Whitworths
1889 — Teutonics
1890 — 5ft 6in 2-4-2Ts
1891 — Greater Britains
1894 — John Hicks
1897 — Jubilees
1898 — 5ft 3in 0-6-2Ts
1901 — Alfred the Greats

Mr. G. Whale

1903 — Benbows
1904 — Precursors
1905 — Experiments
1906 — 6ft 4-coupled Ts
1908 — Renowns

Mr. C.J. Bowen Cooke

1910 — George Vs
1910 — Superhtr 4-6-2Ts
1911 — Prince of Wales
1913 — Claughtons
1915 — Prospero
 

First Comp. 4-2-2-0 Tank Class


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Vital Statistics

Official NameFirst Comp. 4-2-2-0 Tank Class
Nickname
Water & Coal StorageSide tanks and bunker
Water Capacity
Coal Capacity
Wheel Arrangement4-2-2-0T
Driven WheelsFour: 5ft 9in
Carrying Wheels3ft 0in
Wheelbase4ft 0in + 7ft 11in + 8ft 10in
Total Wheelbase20ft 9in
Boiler
Boiler Pressure150psi
Grate Area
Tubes
Total Heating Area
CylindersThree: 13in dia (O), 26in (I); 24in stroke
Weight46tons 17cwt
DesignerMr. F.W. Webb
Number in Class1
Lifetime1884-1897

Notes:

Number 2063. This engine was rebuilt from the Beyer-Peacock "Metropolitan" side tank.

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