Caledonian Railway 300 Class
57653 at Carlisle in British Railways days
|Type and origin|
|Gauge||4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge|
|Driver diameter||5 ft 0 in (1.524 m)|
|Locomotive weight||49.25 long tons (50.04 t; 55.16 short tons)|
|Boiler pressure||170 lbf/in2 (1.17 MPa)|
|Cylinder size||18.5 in × 26 in (470 mm × 660 mm)|
|Tractive effort||21,437 lbf (95.4 kN)|
|Operator(s)||CR, LMS, BR|
|Power class||LMS/BR: 3F|
|Number in class||1 January 1923: 43;
1 January 1948: 29
|Number(s)||CR: 294–324, 280–281, 670–679;
The Caledonian Railway 300 Class were freight 0-6-0 tender engines introduced in 1918 and designed by William Pickersgill. Forty-three were built between 1918 and 1920. They were numbered 294–324, 280, 281, 670–679 by the Caledonian Railway.
In 1923, they all passed to the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, and were classified 3F, and renumbered 17650–17692. On nationalisation in 1948, the twenty-three survivors passed into British Railways stock, and were renumbered by adding 40000 to their LMS numbers.
|CR nos.||Quantity||LMS nos.||BR nos.
- Note 1
Not all the BR numbers were actually applied because some engines had been withdrawn before 1948. They were withdrawn between 1934–1963, and all were scrapped.
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