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LNER Class Worsdell W North Eastern Railway J71 0-6-0 Tank

Built 1886-95. Designed by William Worsdell.

Total Number Built 120 - Total to BR 81.

Introduced 1886. T W Worsdell N orth Eastern Railway Class E design.

(a)(b) Altered cylinder dimensions.

4'7?" driving wheels were the class standard but some reused smaller wheels from older engines.

Five locomotives were fitted with Westinghouse pumps for use at York Carriage Works and on special duties elsewhere such as working the Cawood, Wistow & Selby Light Railway. (LNER No.'s 296, 1140/63/97/831).

Vacuum ejectors fitted from 1909 to locomotives used as station pilots at Newcastle and York.

Number Series 68230-68316 (with gaps - see Locomotive Numbers below).

Built at ??? Works.

The first loco withdrawn by the LNER was ??? on ??? 1933 from ??? shed.

The first loco withdrawn was 68285 on 4 October 1948 from Selby shed.
The last loco withdrawn was ??? on ??? from ??? shed.

None are preserved.

Motive Power Details
Weight: Loco 37 tons 12 cwt
Driving Wheel: 4' 7?"
Boil Press: 140lb/sq in NS - Boil Dia: 3'8"

Cylinders:
Two 16" x 22" (inside)
Two 16?" x 22" (inside) (a)
Two 18" x 22" (inside) (b)

Valve Gear: Stephenson (slide valves)

TE:
12,130 lb
13,300 lb (a)
15,355 lb (b)

Wheelbase: 6?'+7'2"
Number Series

Class Total: 120








































68230 a
68231
68232
68233
68234 a
68235
68236
68238
68239
68240
68242
68243
68244
68245
68246 a
68247
68248
68249
68250 a
68251
68252 a
68253 a
68254
68255
68256
68258 a
68259 a
68260
68262
68263
68264
68265
68266
68267
68268
68269
68270
68271
68272
68273
68275
68276
68277
68278
68279
68280 a
68281
68282
68283
68284
68285
68286 a
68287 a
68288
68289 a
68290
68291
68292
68293 a
68294
68295
68296
68297
68298
68299
68300
68301
68302 a
68303 a
68304 a
68305 a
68306 a
68307 a
68308 a
68309 a
68310 a
68311 a
68312 b
68313 a
68314
68316 a

Allocation and Withdrawal Details


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