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0-6-0 TENDER ENGINES

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List
Class/
Series
Wheels
diam.
Boiler
diam.

Built
Ivatt
Class
Various 400 etc 4'-6" 4'-0" 1865-66 -
Reboilered
4'-0" to 4'-2"
400 etc " 4'-2" 1881-95 J2 & J3
           
Neilson 484-93 5'-1" 4'-0" 1867 -
Fowler 474-83 " " 1867-68 -
E 369 etc 5'-2" " 1869-73 -
Reboilered
4'-0" to 4'-2"
  " 4'-2" 1881-98 J7
Reboilered
4'-2" to 4'-5"
  " 4'-5" 1899-1902 J8
           
I 174 etc " 4'-5" 1872-74 J4
           
E2 372 etc " 4'-0" 1874-79 -
Reboilered
4'-0" to 4'-2"
  " 4'-2" 1887-96 J6
E2 168 etc " " 1879-81 "
Vulcan 716-30 " " 1882 "
Dubs 731-50 " " 1882 "
E3 791 etc " " 1886-94 "
Dubs 1031-45 " " 1896 "
Reboilered
4'-2" to 4'-5"
  " 4'-5" 1900-22 J5
           
E4 1081-90 5'-2" 4'-5" 1896 J5
Dubs 1091-1100 " " 1897-98 "
" 1101-35 " " 1899-1900 "
Kitson 1136-60 " " 1900 "
Dubs 1161-73 " " 1901 "
           
Reboilered
4'-5" to 4'-8"
  5'-2" 4'-8" 1912 onwards J4
           
P 374 etc 4'-7" 4'-2" 1883 J10
P2 1021-30 " 4'-5" 1896 J9
Reboilered
4'-2" to 4'-5"
  " " 1924-26 J9

Later 0-6-0 Classes built new with 4ft 8in diameter boilers are more conveniently described below.

 

STURROCK ENGINES

A large number of 0-6-0 goods engines were purchased.

Fig. 30
As built

STURROCK ENGINES REBUILT BY STIRLING

A large number were rebuilt or reboilered by Stirling, see Groves' book for further details.

Fig. 59
No. 315 with 5ft-3in wheels
with Stirling boiler
 
Fig. 61
No. 422 with 5ft wheels
with Stirling boiler
 
Fig. 60
No. 456 with 5ft wheels
with Stirling boiler

Boiler dwg N56 (10/12/1886) 4ft-2in diameter to replace earlier boilers, fitted to No. 360 (1/1887) etc

Cylinders dwg M10 (22/2/1864), 16" x 24" for Nos. 400-19,
Cylinders dwg (not survived), 16" x 20" for Nos. 420-69,
Cylinders dwg M25 (8/4/1868), 17" x 24" for renewals, Nos. 400-19, Ivatt Class J3,
Cylinders dwg M41 (6/6/1872), 18" x 26" for renewals, Nos. 400-69, Ivatt Class J2.

Engines known to have been fitted with the larger cylinders were: Nos. 401 (10/1878), 402 (11/1875), 403 (-), 404 (1/1874), 405 (5/1876), 418 (7/1876), 425 (4/1874), 434 (1/1874), 436 (-), 446 (3/1874), 449 (12/1872), 463 (5/1873), 468 (6/1874). The dates for Nos. 403/36 are not known because they were scrapped in 1899 and therefore their repair details were not copied into  transferred to the Engines Repairs Volumes.

New 4ft-2in diameter boilers were fitted from October 1880, the ones fitted to Class J3 presumably had 10ft-0in long barrels, and those on Class J2 would have been 10ft-1in long.

An unexpected reprieve for six Sturrock engines (Ivatt Classes J2 and J3) resulted from Ivatt's practice of fitting second-hand boilers, though the reprieve was usually short-lived, as follows:

Class J3 No. 407, boiler fitted 8/1900 (ex-464 carried 8/1888-8/1900), 407A withdrawn 8/1902,
Class J3 No. 408, boiler fitted 2/1902 (ex-447 carried 8/1890-2/1902), 408a withdrawn 7/1908,
Class J3 No. 419, boiler fitted 12/1901 (ex-453 carried 7/1891-12/1901), 419A withdrawn 8/1906,
Class J2 No. 425A, boiler fitted 12/1904 (ex-359A carried 10/1900-12/1904), 425A withdrawn 10/1906,
Class J3 No. 444, boiler fitted 4/1898 (ex-?), 444 withdrawn 1/1900,
Class J3 No. 448, boiler fitted 3/1902 (ex-459 carried 3/1882-12/1901), 448 withdrawn 4/1902.

Many boilers were re-used after the Sturrock engines were withdrawn.  See Groves' book for further details.

STIRLING

Nos. 474 CLASS - 5ft-2in wheels
IVATT CLASS J7

5ft 2in wheels, cyls 17in x 24in, 4ft-0in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

Cylinder dwg M19 (4/12/1866)
Wheels dwg T21 (6/12/1866) for 5'-0" wheel and axle
Frames dwg O4 (1/1867)
Coupling rods dwg S10 (16/1/1867)
General Plan dwg P16 (3/1867)
Smokebox arrangement dwg I23 (13/3/1867)
Boiler dwg N27/1 (26/3/1868) for Goods and Passenger engs

Nos. 474-83 were built by John Fowler (1867-68) and Nos. 484-93 were built by Neilson (1867).

Fig. 38
0-6-0 No. 474 with port-hole cab

These engines originally had port-hole cabs, but later engines had the traditional Stirling wrap-over type.  See also under 281 Class 2-4-0 for further details of these early cabs.

The majority of these engines were fitted with 4ft-2in diameter boilers (1880-98).  No. 485 was the exception, going straight from 4ft-0in diameter to 4ft-5in (2/1899).  However it later exchanged this for a 4ft-2in (1/1908).  The other engines that received 4ft-5in boilers were Nos. 476/89.  The simple type of vacuum brakes was fitted seven engines (Nos. 474/76/78/81/85/86/91) in 1886-87.  The automatic brake system was fitted to all engines (1887-92).  This series became extinct in February 1914 with the withdrawal of Nos. 476/86.

No. 369 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E
IVATT CLASS J7

5ft-6in wheels, cyls 17in x 24in, 4ft-0in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

Frame dwg O10 (11/1868)

Nos. 369/77, 184/69, 380, 190, 366, 148, 311/33, 197/51/52/86, 335, 171/93 were built at Doncaster (1869-73).

They were generally similar to the 474 Series.  They all received 4ft-2in boilers (1883-93) and No. 169 received a 4ft-5in boiler (5/1902).

The simple type of vacuum brakes was fitted six engines (Nos. 148/84/86, 333/66/80) in 1886-87.  The automatic brake system was presumably fitted to all engines (1887-92), though the dates for Nos. 186/93, 311 are not recorded.  However, Nos. 193, 311 both had new boilers fitted at Peterborough (July 1889) and presumably the brake system was altered at the same time.

This series became extinct in July 1921 with the withdrawal of No. 169A (which had been taken out of stock for storage a month earlier).

No. 174 CLASS - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST I
IVATT CLASS J4

 5ft-2in wheels, cyls 19in x 28in, 4ft-5in diameter boilers

Cylinders dwg M36 (4/8/1870)
Connecting rods dwg S14 (30/6/1871)
Frame dwg O15 (7/1871)
Reversing screw gear dwg K23 (15/8/1871)
Smokebox arrangement dwg I33 (26/9/1871)
General Plan dwg P20 (11/1871)
Boiler dwg N36 (26/6/1872)

Nos. 174, 376, 158/45/46/64 were built at Doncaster (1872-74)

They were ahead of their time, hauling lengthy trains that were difficult for sidings to handle, and causing chaos at the road level crossing in Lincoln.

They mostly finished up at Ardsley, handling heavy coal trains on the steep gradients in the area.  They were all scrapped between 1901 and 1906.

Boiler dwg N61 (11/1892) replacement design.  Probably only fitted to Nos. 145 (8/1893) and 158 (5/1894).

No. 372 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E2
IVATT CLASS J6
LNER CLASS J4 

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-0in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

Cylinders Pattern 11 dwg M40 (20/5/1872) 26in stroke instead of 24in
General Plan dwg P22 (7/1872) 171, 193 etc.

Nos. 372/73/54, 198/96/73, 340/65, 141/63, 339, 187, 328, 194, 312/14/10/93, 641-45, 160, 646, 133 were built at Doncaster (1874-1879)

The simple type of vacuum brakes was fitted to eight engines (Nos. 354/65, 641-46) in 1883-87.  The automatic brake system was fitted to all engines (1887-94).

Boiler dwg N47 (18/1/1884) 4ft-2in diameter boilers for replacing original 4ft-0in boilers (1/1887 onwards). 

Only No. 328 was never fitted, and went straight to 4ft-5in diameter (2/1910).  Many more were given 4ft-5in boilers.  Withdrawals commenced of those fitted with 4ft-2in boilers in May 1913 (No. 310), and commenced of those with 4ft-5in boilers in May 1919 (No. 340).  The majority of the survivors at Grouping had 3000 added to their  numbers (about 1924). They were gradually withdrawn in the 1920s, No. 3643 being the last in November 1929.

No. 168 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E2
IVATT CLASS J6
LNER CLASS J4 

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-2in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

Frame dwg O22 (28/6/1879)
Frame dwg O23 (25/9/1879), reason for revision not known

Nos. 168/54, 640/47-51, 102/01 were built at Doncaster (1879-1881).

The simple type of vacuum brakes was fitted when new to the last seven engines of this Series, Nos. 647-51, 102/01 (1880-81).  The automatic brake system was fitted to all engines (1888-91) though the date for No. 101 is not recorded.

Seven of these engines were given 4ft-5in diameter boilers (1901-18), and one engine (No. 3102) was given a 4ft-8n boiler (July 1927).  Withdrawals began in 1912 (No. 650) and six entered LNER ownership, acquiring 3XXX numbers (around 1924),  The last to be withdrawn was No. 3102 (with the 4ft-8in boiler) in October 1931

No. 716 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E2
IVATT CLASS J6
LNER CLASS J4 

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-2in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

General Plan dwg P27 (101879) for 640, 47-51 and 716-50,
General Plan dwg P29 (12/1881) 0-6-0 716 Series

Nos. 716-30 were built by Vulcan Foundry (1882) and Nos. 731-50 were built by Dubs & Co. (1882).

The simple type of vacuum brakes was fitted to all engines when delivered.  The automatic system was fitted to all engines (1889-93), though are not recorded for twelve engines

Five (Nos. 724/37/42/48/49 were fitted with 4ft-5in diameter straightback boilers (1897-1908).  The majority of the remainder acquired 4ft-5in diameter domed boilers (1901-19) and seven acquired 4ft-8in boilers (1917-27). Withdrawals commenced in February 1903 (No. 740).  The survivors at Grouping acquired 3XXX numbers (about 1924).  The last to be withdrawn was No. 3748  in September 1930.

No. 374 CLASS - 4ft-8in wheels
WORKS LIST P
IVATT CLASS J10
LNER CLASS J7

4ft-8in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-2in diameter boilers

Frame dwg O30 (7/7/1882).
General Plan dwg P32 (12/1882) for 374, 172 to 157.

Nos. 374, 172/85/89/42/88/56/57 were built at Doncaster (1883-88).

The first five engines had the simple vacuum brake system when new, the last three had the automatic system.  The earlier engines were brought into line (1891-93) though dates are not available for Nos. 189, 374.

No. 791 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E3
IVATT CLASS J6
LNER CLASS J4

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-2in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

Frame dwg O36 (3/1886) longer frames at rear to provide room for fitting 21in diameter vacuum brake cylinders

Nos. 791-800 were built at Doncaster (1886).

The simple type of vacuum brakes was fitted to all these engines when new except for the first engine, No. 791, which is not recorded as having been fitted.  The automatic brake system was later fitted to all the engines (1889-92) though the date for No. 792 is not recorded.

One engine (No. 796) was fitted with a 4ft-5in diameter straightback boiler in 1898.  Six others were given 4ft-5in domed boilers (1901-15), and three were given 4ft-8in boilers after Grouping (1925).  Withdrawals commenced in 1912 (No. 800), and only four were handed over to the LNER, becoming Nos. 3792/93/97/99 (about 1924).  The last survivor was No. 793 in July 1933.

No. 322 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E3
IVATT CLASS J6
LNER CLASS J4

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-2in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

Nos. 322/07, 199, 320, 176/83, 389, 147/78, 309, 150, 324, 181, 321/23/82/00/01/30, 135/91/95/70, 383/42/47, 175 391/78/70, 831-36, 379, 837/39/38/40/41/45/42/46/43/47/44/48-50, 317/41, 143, 346/13, 182, 319/27, 1011 (intended as 315), 1012 (intended as 318) were built at Doncaster (1887-94).

 They were all equipped with the automatic brake system when new

The majority were given 4ft-5in diameter boilers from 1899 (No. 321); and later eight were given 4ft-8in boilers.  Withdrawals commenced in 1913 (Nos. 176, 330/70/82, 835).  The survivors that entered LNER ownership had 3000 added to their numbers (about 1924).  Only No. 4313 survived to be renumbered (to 4105) in the 1943 scheme (November 1946). This engine also entered BR ownership becoming 64105, (June 1948) and was withdrawn in January 1952.  This was the sole Stirling 0-6-0 to survive so late in the day, almost reaching 60 years of age.

No. 1031 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E3
IVATT CLASS J6
LNER CLASS J4

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-2in diameter boilers, Gresley 4A boiler

Boiler dwg N66 "standard",
General Plan dwg P37 (11/1895),
Cylinders dwg M63 (12/1895).

Nos. 1031-45 were built by Dubs (1896) after Stirling's death.

Only Nos. 1038 (withdrawn in 1920) failed to receive a larger boiler, withdrawn in 1920.  The remainder received 4ft-5in diameter boilers (1902-19).  No. 1042 was withdrawn in 1919, having carried a 4ft-5in boiler for two and a half years. A further seven were fitted after Grouping. Apart from Nos. 1038/42 (withdrawn), these engines had 3000 added to their numbers (about 1924).   Nos. 4035/36/39-41 survived to become 4106-10 (about 1946).  Nos. 4106/07/09/10 entered BR ownership 1948.   The last to be withdrawn was No. 4109 (October 1949).

No. 1081 CLASS - 5ft-2in wheels
WORKS LIST E4
IVATT CLASS J5
LNER CLASS J4

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-5in diameter boilers, Gresley 4 boiler, LNER Dgm 11 boiler

Boiler dwg N71 (18/2/1896)

Nos. 1081-90 were built at Doncaster (1896).

These engines had 4ft-5in diameter straightback boilers when ne.  All except Nos. 1082/89 afterwards acquired the domed version.  Nos. 1081/82/86-88 acquired 4ft-8in boilers (1913-28).  No. 1089 was withdrawn first (December 1920), the remainder having 3000 added to their numbers (about 1924),  Five acquired 4ft-8in diameter boilers (1913-1929). Two survived to be renumbered about 1946 (Nos. 4088/90 became 4111/12).  No. 4111 was withdrawn in 1947, leaving No. 4112 to enter into BR ownership, still carrying a 4ft-5in diameter boiler.  This engine was withdrawn in December 1951.

No. 374 CLASS altered - 4ft-8in wheels
WORKS LIST P
IVATT CLASS J9
LNER CLASS J7

4ft-8in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in,  4ft-5in diameter boilers, Gresley 4 boiler, LNER Dgm 11 boiler

Ivatt fitted No. 374 (Class J10) with his 4ft-5in standard boiler (3/1905) to become Class J9 (like the 1021 Series, described next).  Gresley rebuilt a further four (Nos. 156/57/85/88 (1913-15). The remaining engines with smaller boilers (Nos. 142/72/89) were withdrawn before Grouping.

No. 1021 CLASS - 4ft-8in wheels
WORKS LIST P2
IVATT CLASS J9
LNER CLASS  J7

4ft-8in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-5in diameter straightback boiler

Frame dwg O45 (11/1894),
Screw Reversing Gear dwg K37 (20/12/1884),
General Plan dwg P36 (12/1/1895),
Boiler dwg N65 (15/1/1895).

Nos. 1021-30 were built at Doncaster (1896) after Stirling's death.

Fig. 87
No. 1021 with Ivatt straightback boiler

They had 4ft-5in diameter straightback boilers.  Nos. 1021-23/25/29 never acquired the domed version, even after reboilering in the cases of Nos. 1021-23/25.  No. 1029 retained its original boiler until withdrawn (9/1922), which was quite an achievement.

Nos. 1022/25/26 were withdrawn before Grouping (1920-21).  Their usefulness could have dwindled after the introduction of the 0-8-0's with similar size wheels.  Nos. 4021/23/24 (former 1021/23/24/30) received 4ft-8in diameter boilers (1924-25). Nos. 4021/23/24/27-30 were withdrawn (1930-36). The survivors at Grouping were placed in LNER Class J7 regardless of boiler size.

IVATT

Ivatt built several batches of 0-6-0s with 4ft-5in diameter domed boilers, and further engines were built by contractors

No. 1091 CLASS - 5ft-2in wheels
DUBS
IVATT CLASS J5
LNER CLASS J4

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-5in diameter domed boilers, Gresley 4 boiler, LNER Dgm 11 boiler

General Plan dwg P38 (9/1896) for 1091-1100.

Nos. 1091-1100 were built by Dubs (1897-98).

Fig. 97
No. 1092 with domed boiler

These engines had steel buffer-plates in pace of wood buffer-beams.  The sandboxes for forward running were repositioned in front of the leading coupled wheels instead of centre coupled wheels.  The laminated leaf baring springs for the leading and centre axle-boxes were underslung instead of overslung as in the 1081 Series.  All the engines were fitted with 4ft-8in diameter boilers (1914-26).  The engines became 4091-4100 (about 1924).  Nos. 4091/95/96/98/99 were withdrawn first (1932-38). The survivors became Nos. 4113-17 (about 1946).  No. 4113 was withdrawn in 1947, leaving four to enter BR ownership becoming Nos. 64114/15/16/17.  The last of these, No. 64114, was withdrawn in October 1952.

No. 1101 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
DUBS
IVATT CLASS J5
LNER CLASS J4

5ft-2in wheels, cyls 17in x 26in, 4ft-5in diameter boiler

General Plan dwg P43 (8/1898) for 1101-73, 315 etc, 343 etc, 165 etc to 399

Nos. 1101-35 were built by Dubs (1898-99).

They were gradually fitted with 4ft-8in diameter boilers, but Nos. 1106/07 (latterly 64120-21) were never dealt with.  The ones that survived until 1943 were allocated Nos. 4118-30.  Under this scheme Nos. 4125/26 were allocated 4125/26.  It will be appreciated how complicated it was around 1946 when the scheme was implemented and old numbers were similar (but not the same as) new numbers.   Some of these entered BR ownership and the last one withdrawn was No. 64125 (December 1953).

Ivatt and Gresley issued Engine Orders for 0-6-0s as follows:

Order
No.

Ordered
Works
List
Engine
numbers

Built

Classes
208 13/5/1897 E5 315 Series 1898 J5, J4
Dubs     1101-35 1898-99 J5, J4
217 5/1/1899 E6 343 Series 1899 J5, J4
220 26.10/1899 E6 165 Series 1900 J5, J4
Kitson     1136-60 1900 J5, J4
Dubs     1161-79 1901 J5, J4
256 30/1/1908 EE 1-15 1908 J21, J1
260 31/3/1909 EE2 31-40 1909-10 J22, J5
262 9/12/1909   21-30 1910 J22, J5
266 5/4/1911   521-35 1911 J22, J6
269 26/1/1912   71-80 1912 J21, J2
271 17/6/1912   536-45 1912 J22, J6
273 30/10/1912   546-65 1913 J22, J6
275 13/2/1913   566-75 1913-14 J22, J6
278 16/12/1913   575-85 1913-14 J22, J6
279 16/12/1913   586-95 1914 J22, J6
282 13/1/1915   596-98 1917 J22, J6
284 11/1/1917   599, 600 1918 J22, J6
285 15/6/1917   601-10 191819 J22, J6
287 13/6/1918   621-30 1919-20 J22, J6
291 30/12/1919   631-40 1919-22 J22, J6
292 30/12/1919   641-50 (a) J22

(a) EO 292 amended (3/1920) to be for 10 0-6-2T Nos. 1606-15 (see Class N2).

No. 1 CLASS - 5ft-8in wheels
IVATT CLASS J21
LNER CLASS J1

 

Nos. 1-15 were built at Doncaster (1908). They had the same type of boiler as in Ivatt's No. 190 Class 0-6-2T (see Class N1).  These engines were never superheated. They became Nos. 3001-15 after Grouping and 5000-14 in 1946.  Four (Nos. 5000/01/11/12) were scrapped in 1947 and the remainder survived to have 60000 added to their numbers in BR days.  These survivors were all scrapped 1951-54, the last to go being No. 65013 in November 1954.

No. 31 CLASS - 5ft-2in wheels
IVATT CLASS J22
LNER CLASS J5

Frame dwg O86 (4/1909),
General Plan dwg P52 (18/5/1911) for Nos. 21-40.

Nos. 31-40 were built at Doncaster (1909-10), followed by No. 21-30 (1910). They had the same type of saturated steam boilers as in Ivatt's No. 1 Class 0-6-0 (see earlier).

No. 521 CLASS - 5ft-2in wheels
IVATT CLASS J23 later J22
LNER CLASS J6

Frame dwg O94 (3/1911) for EO 266.

Nos. 521-35 were built at Doncaster (1911).  They had the same type of boiler as in the preceding No. 31 Class 0-6-0 (see earlier) but they had 18-element Schmidt superhefor EO aters.

No. 71 CLASS - 5ft-8in wheels
IVATT CLASS J21
LNER CLASS J2

Frame dwg O97 (1/1912) for EO 269.

Nos. 71-80 were built at Doncaster (1912, after Ivatt's retirement). They had the same type of superheated boiler as in the No. 521 Class 0-6-0 (see earlier).

GRESLEY

No. 536 SERIES - 5ft-2in wheels
IVATT CLASS J22
LNER CLASS J6

Frame dwg O101 (6/1912) for EO 271.

Nos. 536-610/21-40 were built at Doncaster (1912-22).  There were minor changes to the basic design, in particular a 8 shorter cab. There were variations in the type of superheater fitted when new, as follows:

Nos. 536-41/43-45 18-element Schmidt
No. 542 18-element Doncaster
Nos. 546-62/64-66 18-element Robinson
No. 563 17-element Triple-tube
Nos. 567-75 18-element Schmidt
Nos. 576 onwards 18-element Robinson

There were subsequent changes and eventually they all (including Nos. 521-35) had the Robinson type.

LNER

LNER Class J1 was intact at Grouping : 15 in service
LNER Class J2 was intact at Grouping : 10 in service
LNER Class J3 :
LNER Class J4 :
LNER Class J5 was intact at Grouping : 20 in service.
LNER Class J6 was intact at Grouping : 110 in service
LNER Class J7 : 10 in service, withdrawn 1927-36

CLASS J1

These engines were never superheated. They became Nos. 3001-15 after Grouping and 5000-14 in 1946.  Four (Nos. 5000/01/11/12) were scrapped in 1947

CLASS J2

They became Nos. 3071-80 around 1924.  No. 3080 was withdrawn first, in July 1946, and the remainder became Nos. 5015-23 in 1946.

CLASS J5

They became Nos. 3021-40 around 1924.  No. 21 (later 3021) was superheated in 1923, followed by No. 3030 in 1931.   Around 1946 Nos. 3021-40 were renumbered 5480-99.

CLASS J6

The engines had 3000 added to their numbers around 1924, and they became Nos. 4170-4279 around 1946.

BRITISH RAILWAYS

CLASS J1

Eleven survived at nationalisation and survived to have 60000 added to their numbers in BR days.  They were all scrapped 1951-54, the last to go being No. 65013 in November 1954.

CLASS J2

Nos. 5015-23 entered BR ownership and all duly had 60000 added to their numbers.  They were withdrawn 1950-54, the last one (No. 65020) withdrawn in July 1954

CLASS J5

The class was intact at nationalisation and the engines were later renumbered 65480-99.  They were withdrawn 1953-55, with the last one (No. 65498) withdrawn in December 1955.

CLASS J6

The class was intact at nationalisation and the engines later had 60000 added to their numbers.  Withdrawals began in 1955 and the last ones (Nos. 64203/26) were withdrawn in June 1962.

Preamble,  Plant Works,  A 4-2-2A 4-6-2B 2-2-2, C 4-4-2 C 4-4-2TD 4-4-0E 2-4-0F 0-4-2,
F 0-4-2TG 0-4-4T
, H 2-6-0, J 0-6-0ST,  J 0-6-0T K 0-8-0 L 0-8-2TMC Motor coach,  N 0-6-2T,
O 2-8-0