British Rail 11104

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British Rail 11104
Type and origin
Power typeDiesel-mechanical
BuilderF. C. Hibberd & Co Ltd
Build date1950
Specifications
Configuration:
 • Whyte0-4-0 dm
 • UICB
Minimum curve1 chain (20.12 m)
Loco weight11.00 long tons (11.18 t)
Prime moverEnglish National DA4
RPM range1250 rpm maximum
TransmissionMechanical, spur-type 3-speed gearbox with roller chains
MU workingNot fitted
Train heatingNone
Loco brakeAir
Train brakesNone
Performance figures
Maximum speed15 mph (24 km/h)
Power outputEngine: 52 hp (39 kW) "At rail:" 39 hp (29 kW)
Career
OperatorsBritish Railways
Number in class1
Numbers11104; 52 in Eastern Region Departmental series from 1953
Axle load classRoute Availability 1
RetiredMarch 1967
DispositionScrapped, J Cashmore, Newport

British Railways' 11104 locomotive was built by F. C. Hibberd & Co Ltd and introduced by British Railways in 1959. Its departmental number was 52.