GWR Waverley Class
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|Great Western Railway Waverley Class|
|Builder||Robert Stephenson & Co.|
|Gauge||7 ft 0¼ in|
|4 ft 3 in|
|Driver diameter||7 ft 0 in|
|Wheelbase||18 ft 0¼ in|
|Cylinder size||17 in dia × 24 in stroke|
|Career||Great Western Railway|
The class was introduced into service between February and June 1855, and withdrawn between February 1872 and November 1876. From about 1865, the Waverley Class was known as the Abbot Class.
- Abbott (1855–1876)
- The Abbot is one of the Waverley novels.
- Antiquary (1855–1876)
- The Antiquary is one of the Waverley novels.
- Coeur de Lion
- Coeur de Lion is the nickname of King Richard I of England, who appears in Sir Walter Scott's novel The Talisman.
- Ivanhoe (1855–1876)
- Ivanhoe is one of the Waverley novels.
- Lalla Rookh (1855–1872)
- Pirate (1855–1876)
- The Pirate is one of the Waverley novels.
- Red Gauntlet (1855–1876)
- Redgauntlet is one of the Waverley novels.
- Rob Roy (1855–1872)
- Robin Hood (1855–1876)
- Robin Hood was an English folk hero.
- Waverley (1855–1876)
- Waverley is the first title in the Waverley series of novels.
- Reed, P. J. T. (February 1953). White, D. E., ed. The Locomotives of the Great Western Railway, Part 2: Broad Gauge. Kenilworth: RCTS. p. B23. ISBN 0-901115-32-0.
- Waters, Laurence (1999). The Great Western Broad Gauge. Hersham: Ian Allan Publishing. ISBN 978-0-7110-2634-6.