British Rail 15107

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British Rail 15107
Type and origin
Power type Diesel-electric
Builder Brush Traction
Build date 1949
Total produced 1
 • Whyte 0-6-0 DE
 • UIC C
Gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Wheel diameter 4 ft 0 12 in (1.232 m)
Loco weight 46.10 long tons (46.84 t; 51.63 short tons)
Prime mover Petter SS4
Traction motors Brush, 2 off
Cylinders 4
Transmission Electric
MU working Not fitted
Train heating None
Performance figures
Maximum speed 20 mph (32 km/h)
Power output Engine: 360 bhp (268 kW)
Tractive effort 35,000 lbf (155.7 kN)
Operators British Railways
Numbers 15107
Axle load class Route availability
Retired June 1958
Disposition Scrapped, Swindon Works

British Rail 15107 was a locomotive commissioned by the Great Western Railway, but delivered to British Railways after nationalisation. It was a diesel powered locomotive in the pre-TOPS period built by Brush Traction with a Petter 4-cylinder engine.

Its shed allocation in 1950 was Western Region, 82B, St Philips Marsh, Bristol. Number 15107 had a short life and never acquired a British Railways classification. It was withdrawn in June 1958 and broken up at Swindon Works.

See also[edit]


  • Brush Diesel & Electric Locomotive Works List, re-printed by the Industrial Railway Society in 1999
  • Ian Allan ABC of British Railways Locomotives (various dates)
  • "Western Region Allocations", pp. 38–39, published in 1953 by the Locomotive Club of Great Britain