The LSWR C8 class was a class of 4-4-0 express steam locomotives designed by Dugald Drummond for the London and South Western Railway and introduced in 1898. According to Marshall they "were of orthodox design, very much like engines which Drummond had put on the Caledonian". Marshall gives few other details, except to say that they were numbered 290-299 and had 18in x 26in cylinders. They probably had a short life because little has been published about them.
- ^ Marshall, C. F. Dendy, History of the Southern Railway, page 175, Ian Allan, London, 1963, ISBN 071100059X