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Early Days (7)

Mr. J. Ramsbottom

1858 — DX Goods (3)
1863 — 4ft Shunter (3)
1870 — Special Tank (2)

Mr. F.W. Webb

1873 — Coal Engine (4)
1880 — 18in Goods (5)
1881 — Special DX (2)
1881 — Coal Tanks (2)
1893 — ‘A’ class (2)
1894 — Crane Tank (2)
1896 — Dock Tank (2)
1901 — ‘B’ class (2)
1903 — 1400 Class (2)

Mr. G. Whale

1904 — ‘C’ class (3)
1904 — ‘E’ class (3)
1906 — ‘D’ class (2)
1906 — ‘F’ class (2)
1906 — ‘G’ class (1)
1912 — ‘G1’ class (5)
1906 — 19in Goods (3)

Mr. C.J. Bowen Cooke

1911 — 1185 class (2)

Capt. H.P.M. Beames

1923 — 380 class (2)

Ex GCR

1919 — ‘MM’ class (2)

 

No.9039 ‘D’ class 0-8-0

No.9039 ‘D’ class 0-8-0 Click on picture
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LNWRS Photo Ref 9062

No.9039 is a ‘D’ class simple 0-8-0, seen here at Bescot shed in May 1934. Running sheds Explain 'Shed' (in LNWR parlance, later called locomotive sheds) were buildings to house engines when off duty. Essentially they provided fuel (coal), water, oil, sand and repair points, with as much covered accommodation as could be managed. No.9039 had a long life, being scrapped by British Railways in 1950.

‘D’ Locomotive Class

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