British Railway History Item
LNER Class Worsdell T W North Eastern Railway J24 0-6-0
Built 1894-98. Designed by T W Worsdell. Rebuilt by Raven.
Total Number Built 70 - Total to BR 34.
Introduced 1894. T W Worsdell North Eastern Railway (NER) Class P design with slide valves.
(a) Rebuilt by Raven from 1914 with superheater and piston valves.
(b) Rebuilt by Raven from 1914 with superheater and piston valves - superheater later removed (65644 superheated again by BR.)
(c) Rebuilt with piston valves.
Some engines retained the old North Eastern type of safety-valve column, although most had acquired pop safety valves.
Number Series 65600-65644 (with gaps - see Locomotive Numbers below).
Built at ??? Works.
No Lot Nos. yet available.
The first loco withdrawn by the LNER was ??? in 1933 from ??? shed.
All were withdrawn by 1951.
The first loco withdrawn was 65639 on 7 February 1948 from York North shed.
The last loco withdrawn was ??? on ??? from ??? shed.
None are preserved.
Motive Power Details
38 tons 10 cwt
39 tons 11 cwt (a)(b)
Tend 36 tons 19 cwt
Driving Wheel: 4' 7?"
160lb/sq in NS
160lb/sq in Su (a)
4'3" x 10'3" long
Two 18" x 24" (inside)
Two 18?" x 24" (inside) (a)(b)
Stephenson (slide valves)
Stephenson (piston valves) (a-c)
20,220 lb (a)(b)
Class Total: 70
Allocation and Withdrawal Details
Last Updated : Sunday 20th April 2003 10:49