NBR D class 0-6-0T
|NBR D Class
LNER Class J83
Condemned No 68470 in a dump at Bathgate Locomotive Depot 19 September 1962
|Type and origin|
|Builder||Neilson and Company, Sharp, Stewart and Company|
|Gauge||4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm)|
|Driver diameter||4 ft 6 in (1.372 m)|
|Locomotive weight||45 LT (45.72211 t)|
|Boiler pressure||150 lbf/in2 (1.03 MPa)|
|Cylinder size||17 in × 26 in (432 mm × 660 mm)|
|Tractive effort||17,745 lbf (78.93 kN)|
The NBR D Class (LNER Class J83) is a class of 0-6-0 tank locomotives designed by Matthew Holmes for short distance freight and shunting duties on the North British Railway. They were introduced in 1900 and had inside cylinders and piston valves operated by Stephenson valve gear. Forty of these new Class D (LNER J83) engines were delivered in 1900-01, twenty each from Neilson and Company and Sharp, Stewart and Company. The class were gradually displaced by diesel shunters during the 1950s, with the last withdrawn in 1962. The class were however successful with only three failing to complete one million miles (1,600,000 km) during their lifetime, and No. 9830 managed to complete two million miles (3,200,000 km).
- Casserley, H.C. & Johnston, Stuart W. (1974) . Locomotives at the Grouping 2: London & North Eastern Railway. Shepperton, Surrey: Ian Allan Limited. p. 68. ISBN 0-7110-0553-2.