H&BR Class G3

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H&BR Class G3
LNER Class J75
Walton-on-the Hill Engine Shed geograph-2380624-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
No. 8365, which ended its career at the Walton-on-the-Hill depot of the Cheshire Lines
Type and origin
Power type Steam
Designer Matthew Stirling
Builder Yorkshire Engine Company, Kitson & Co.
Build date 1901-8
Total produced 16
 • Whyte 0-6-0T
Gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Driver dia. 4 ft 6 in (1.37 m)
Loco weight 47.35 long tons (48.11 t)
Fuel type coal
Fuel capacity 3 long tons (3.0 t)
Water cap 850 imp gal (3,900 l; 1,020 US gal)
 • Firegrate area
16 14 sq ft (1.51 m2)
Boiler pressure As built, 150 psi (1.0 MPa)
Rebuilt, 175 psi (1.21 MPa)
Cylinders two inside
Cylinder size 18 in × 26 in (460 mm × 660 mm)
Performance figures
Tractive effort As built, 19,890 lbf (88.5 kN)
Rebuilt, 23,205 lbf (103.22 kN)

The H&BR Class G3 (LNER Class J75) was a class of 0-6-0T steam locomotives of the Hull and Barnsley Railway (H&BR).[1] The H&BR became part of the North Eastern Railway (NER) in 1922 and the NER became part of the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) in 1923.


The locomotives were built with domeless boilers working at 150 psi. Starting in 1922, 14 of the 16 were rebuilt with domed boilers working at 175 psi.


They were withdrawn between 1937 and 1949. One locomotive survived into British Railways (BR) ownership in 1948 and was given the BR number 68365.[2] None are preserved.


  1. ^ "The M.Stirling J75 (H&BR Class G3) 0-6-0 Tank Engines". Lner.info. Retrieved 2012-02-28. 
  2. ^ "Rail UK Steam Loco Class Information". Railuk.info. Retrieved 2012-02-28.