LMS Jubilee Class
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Preserved No. 45593 Kolhapur
|For the details of the two rebuilt locomotives, see LMS Rebuilt Jubilee Class|
The London Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Jubilee Class is a class of steam locomotive designed for main line passenger work. 191 locomotives were built between 1934 and 1936. They were built concurrently with the LMS Stanier Class 5 4-6-0.
The last five locomotives of Henry Fowler's Patriot class on order, 5552 to 5557, were built with William Stanier’s taper boiler and so became the first of the Jubilee class. 113 locomotives were ordered straight from the drawing board. They were initially a disappointment; their moderate degree of superheating often left them short of steam. Changes to the blastpipe and chimney dimensions helped to transform them.
On 29 April 1935 no. 5552, the first of the class, permanently swapped identities with no. 5642 which had been named Silver Jubilee on 19 April 1935 in recognition of the Silver Jubilee of King George V on 6 May of that year. This change gave the name to the rest of the class, see LMS Jubilee Class 5552 Silver Jubilee. Earlier on (from summer 1934), they had been known as the "Red Staniers" (because of the crimson livery), to distinguish them from the "Black Staniers" (the LMS Stanier Black Five class).
They are often associated[by whom?] with the Midland Division, i.e. the lines inherited from the former Midland Railway. This is because until the late 1950s, it was rare for any 7P locomotives to work south of Leeds. Until then, Jubilees were the largest express engine normally found on the lines running out of St Pancras or radiating from Derby. They could nevertheless be found on main lines throughout the former LMS system.
The power classification was 5XP, in common with the earlier Patriot class. In January 1951, the classification was revised to 6P; this was revised again to 6P5F in November 1955, but the latter change was not applied to the locomotives' cabsides, which continued to show 6P. The two rebuilt locomotives (nos. 5735/6) were reclassified 6P in July 1943, being revised to 7P in 1951.
In 1961 four members of the class were fitted with a double chimney as a final experiment by BR, the double chimney did improve the power of the locos and also improved the coal consumption. Only one member of the double chimneyed Jubilees has survived into preservation and this is 45596 Bahamas.
Although built over only a three-year period the class had many variations due to improvements being made as they were built. The major differences were:
- Boilers – 10 variations, mainly affecting the number of tubes. The earlier boilers were domeless but later boilers were domed. There were two sizes of fire grate area depending on whether the firebox throatplate was straight or sloping.
- Bogies – Approximately 50 of the earlier locomotives were built with ex-Claughton bogies which had a 6’3” wheelbase compared to the later locomotives built with new bogies that had a wheelbase of 6’ 6”.
- Smokebox Saddle – The first 113 locomotives were built with a two piece saddle; the rest had a conventional one piece saddle.
- Tenders – Three basic patterns were fitted; Fowler 3,500 gall. Fowler high-sided (10 off) and Stanier 4,000 gall. However, taking into account rivets, wheelbase, and welds this can be subdivided into a total of eight patterns.
One locomotive was scrapped in 1952 due to accident damage. The remaining locomotives were withdrawn between 1960 and 1967.
Accidents and incidents
- On 21 January 1938, locomotive No. 5568 Western Australia was hauling an express passenger train which was in a head-on collision with an empty stock train at Oakley Junction due to a combination of driver and signalman's errors. Three people were killed and 46 were injured.
- On 11 October 1943 locomotive 5581 Bihar and Orissa hauling the Leeds - Edinburgh express collided with a freight train being shunted into sidings at Steeton, West Yorkshire. No one was killed but four people were injured.
Main article: Harrow and Wealdstone rail crashOn 8 October 1952, an express passenger train overran signals and crashed into the rear of a local train at Harrow and Wealdstone station, Middlesex. Locomotive No. 45637 Windward Islands was one of two locomotives hauling an express passenger train which crashed into the wreckage. A total of 112 people were killed and 340 were injured. The locomotive was consequently scrapped due to damage sustained.
- On 16 August 1953, locomotive No. 45699 Galatea was hauling a passenger train which became divided and was derailed at Kingsbury, Warwickshire due to a combination of defects on the locomotive and the condition of the track.
- On 20 July 1959, locomotive No. 45730 Ocean overran a signal and consequently crashed into Dock Junction Signal Box, London. Trains had to be handsignalled into and out of St Pancras station for several days afterwards.
|5552||45552||1 Dec. 1934||Crewe||Silver Jubilee||17 April. 1935||26 Sep. 1964||Renumbered from 5642 29 April 1935.|
|5553||45553||29 May 1934||Crewe||Canada||Mar. 1937||7 Nov. 1964||Fitted with double chimney in 1940 (same time as 5742) but soon removed.|
|5554||45554||5 Jun. 1934||Crewe||Ontario||Mar. 1936||7 Nov. 1964|
|5555||45555||18 Jun. 1934||Crewe||Quebec||Feb. 1937||17 Aug. 1963|
|5556||45556||22 Jun. 1934||Crewe||Nova Scotia||Mar. 1937||5 Sep. 1964|
|5557||45557||29 Jun. 1934||North British||New Brunswick||Oct. 1936||19 Sep. 1964|
|5558||45558||Jul. 1934||North British||Manitoba||Oct. 1936||Aug. 1964|
|5559||45559||Jul. 1934||North British||British Columbia||Jan. 1937||Oct. 1962|
|5560||45560||Jul. 1934||North British||Prince Edward Island||Sep. 1936||Nov. 1963|
|5561||45561||Jul. 1934||North British||Saskatchewan||Jun. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5562||45562||Aug. 1934||North British||Alberta||Feb. 1936||Sep. 1967||Parts exist on preserved engine no 5699 Galatea.|
|5563||45563||Aug. 1934||North British||Australia||Jan. 1936||Nov. 1965|
|5564||45564||Aug. 1934||North British||New South Wales||Jan. 1936||Jul. 1964|
|5565||45565||Aug. 1934||North British||Victoria||Feb. 1936||Jan. 1967|
|5566||45566||Aug. 1934||North British||Queensland||Apr. 1936||Nov. 1962|
|5567||45567||Aug. 1934||North British||South Australia||Mar. 1936||Jan. 1965|
|5568||45568||Aug. 1934||North British||Western Australia||Sep. 1936||Apr. 1964|
|5569||45569||Aug. 1934||North British||Tasmania||Feb. 1936||Apr. 1964|
|5570||45570||Aug. 1934||North British||New Zealand||Jan. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5571||45571||Sep. 1934||North British||South Africa||May 1936||May 1964|
|5572||45572||Sep. 1934||North British||Irish Free State||Mar. 1936||Jan. 1964|
|5573||45573||Sep. 1934||North British||Newfoundland||Feb. 1936||Sep. 1965|
|5574||45574||Sep. 1934||North British||India||May 1936||Mar. 1966|
|5575||45575||Sep. 1934||North British||Madras||Nov. 1937||Jun. 1963|
|5576||45576||Sep. 1934||North British||Bombay||Dec. 1937||Dec. 1962||Stored prior to withdrawal.|
|5577||45577||Sep. 1934||North British||Bengal||Mar. 1937||Sep. 1964|
|5578||45578||Sep. 1934||North British||United Provinces||Mar. 1938||May 1964|
|5579||45579||Sep. 1934||North British||Punjab||Oct. 1936||Aug. 1964|
|5580||45580||Oct. 1934||North British||Burma||Feb. 1938||Dec. 1964|
|5581||45581||Oct. 1934||North British||Bihar and Orissa||Mar. 1938||Aug. 1966|
|5582||45582||Nov. 1934||North British||Central Provinces||Oct. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5583||45583||Nov. 1934||North British||Assam||Jan. 1938||Oct. 1964|
|5584||45584||Dec. 1934||North British||North West Frontier||Feb. 1938||Oct. 1964|
|5585||45585||Dec. 1934||North British||Hyderabad||Jun. 1936||May 1964|
|5586||45586||Dec. 1934||North British||Mysore||Apr. 1936||Jan. 1965|
|5587||45587||Dec. 1934||North British||Baroda||May 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5588||45588||Dec. 1934||North British||Kashmir||Oct. 1936||May 1965|
|5589||45589||Dec. 1934||North British||Gwalior||Feb. 1936||Mar. 1965|
|5590||45590||Dec. 1934||North British||Travancore||Jun. 1937||Dec. 1965|
|5591||45591||Dec. 1934||North British||Udaipur||Apr. 1936||Oct. 1963|
|5592||45592||Dec. 1934||North British||Indore||Jan. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5593||45593||Dec. 1934||North British||Kolhapur||May 1936||Oct. 1967||Preserved - last to be withdrawn.|
|5594||45594||Jan. 1935||North British||Bhopal||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5595||45595||Jan. 1935||North British||Southern Rhodesia||Feb. 1936||Jan. 1965|
|5596||45596||12 Jan. 1935||North British||Bahamas||Jun. 1936||23 Jul. 1966||Preserved, fitted with double chimney in 1961.|
|5597||45597||Jan. 1935||North British||Barbados||Mar. 1936||Jan. 1965|
|5598||45598||Feb. 1935||North British||Basutoland||Apr. 1936||Oct. 1964|
|5599||45599||Jan. 1935||North British||Bechuanaland||Jul. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5600||45600||Feb. 1935||North British||Bermuda||Jun. 1936||Dec. 1965|
|5601||45601||Apr. 1935||North British||British Guiana||Jul. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5602||45602||Apr. 1935||North British||British Honduras||May 1936||Mar. 1965|
|5603||45603||May 1935||North British||Solomon Islands||Feb. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5604||45604||Mar. 1935||North British||Ceylon||May 1936||Jul. 1965|
|5605||45605||Apr. 1935||North British||Cyprus||Jul. 1936||Feb. 1964|
|5606||45606||Apr. 1935||North British||Falkland Islands||Sep. 1936||Jun. 1964|
|5607||45607||Jun. 1934||Crewe||Fiji||Jul. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5608||45608||Jul. 1934||Crewe||Gibraltar||Mar. 1936||Sep. 1965|
|5609||45609||Jul. 1934||Crewe||Gilbert and Ellice Islands||Sep. 1936||Sep. 1960||First ‘normal’ withdrawal.|
|5610||45610||Jul. 1934||Crewe||Gold Coast||Feb. 1936||Jan. 1964|
|5611||45611||Jul. 1934||Crewe||Hong Kong||Dec. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5612||45612||Jul. 1934||Crewe||Jamaica||Apr. 1937||Mar. 1964|
|5613||45613||Aug. 1934||Crewe||Kenya||Mar. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5614||45614||Aug. 1934||Crewe||Leeward Islands||Jan. 1937||Jan. 1964|
|5615||45615||Aug. 1934||Crewe||Malay States||Jun. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5616||45616||Aug. 1934||Crewe||Malta||Aug. 1936||Jan. 1961|
|Malta GC||Oct. 1943|
|5617||45617||Sep. 1934||Crewe||Mauritius||Sep. 1937||Nov. 1964|
|5618||45618||Oct. 1934||Crewe||New Hebrides||Mar. 1936||Feb. 1964|
|5619||45619||Oct. 1934||Crewe||Nigeria||Apr. 1936||Aug. 1961|
|5620||45620||Oct. 1934||Crewe||North Borneo||Mar. 1937||Sep. 1964|
|5621||45621||Oct. 1934||Crewe||Northern Rhodesia||Jul. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5622||45622||Oct. 1934||Crewe||Nyasaland||Mar. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5623||45623||Oct. 1934||Crewe||Palestine||Dec. 1936||Jul. 1964|
|5624||45624||Oct. 1934||Crewe||St. Helena||Jan. 1936||Nov. 1963|
|5625||45625||Oct. 1934||Crewe||Sarawak||Nov. 1936||Sep. 1963|
|5626||45626||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Seychelles||Apr. 1937||Oct. 1965|
|5627||45627||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Sierra Leone||Apr. 1936||Sep. 1966|
|5628||45628||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Somaliland||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5629||45629||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Straits Settlements||Feb. 1937||May 1965|
|5630||45630||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Swaziland||Apr. 1936||Nov. 1961||Withdrawn due to accident damage.|
|5631||45631||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Tanganyika||Jan. 1936||Aug. 1964|
|5632||45632||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Tonga||Feb. 1936||Oct. 1965|
|5633||45633||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Trans-Jordan||1936||Oct. 1965|
|5634||45634||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Trinidad||May 1936||May 1963|
|5635||45635||Nov. 1934||Crewe||Tobago||Jun. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5636||45636||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Uganda||Apr. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5637||45637||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Windward Islands||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1952||Destroyed in the Harrow and Wealdstone rail crash, 8 October 1952.|
|5638||45638||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Zanzibar||Apr. 1936||Mar. 1964|
|5639||45639||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Raleigh||Jun. 1936||Sep. 1963|
|5640||45640||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Frobisher||Mar. 1936||Mar. 1964|
|5641||45641||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Sandwich||May 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5642||45642||May. 1934||Crewe||Boscawen||Apr. 1936||Jan. 1965||Built as 5552, renumbered to 5642 29 Apr. 1935 with no name.|
|5643||45643||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Rodney||Oct. 1937||Jan. 1966|
|5644||45644||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Howe||Nov. 1937||Nov. 1963|
|5645||45645||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Collingwood||Sep. 1937||Oct. 1963|
|5646||45646||Dec. 1934||Crewe||Napier||Sep. 1937||Dec. 1963|
|5647||45647||Jan. 1935||Crewe||Sturdee||Apr. 1936||May 1967|
|5648||45648||Jan. 1935||Crewe||Wemyss||Jun. 1936||Feb. 1963|
|5649||45649||Jan. 1935||Crewe||Hawkins||May 1936||Oct. 1963|
|5650||45650||Jan. 1935||Crewe||Blake||Feb. 1937||Jan. 1963|
|5651||45651||Jan. 1935||Crewe||Shovell||Jan. 1936||Nov. 1962|
|5652||45652||Jan. 1935||Crewe||Hawke||Jun. 1937||Jan. 1965|
|5653||45653||Jan. 1935||Crewe||Barham||Apr. 1936||Apr. 1965|
|5654||45654||Feb. 1935||Crewe||Hood||May 1936||Jun 1966|
|5655||45655||Dec. 1934||Derby||Keith||Jun. 1937||Apr. 1965|
|5656||45656||Dec. 1934||Derby||Cochrane||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5657||45657||Dec. 1934||Derby||Tyrwhitt||Feb. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5658||45658||Dec. 1934||Derby||Keyes||Jan. 1936||Sep. 1965||This locomotive spent the whole of its life at Leeds Holbeck, 10 Feb. 1935 to Sept 1965.|
|5659||45659||Dec. 1934||Derby||Drake||Mar. 1936||May 1963|
|5660||45660||Dec. 1934||Derby||Rooke||1936||Jun. 1966|
|5661||45661||Dec. 1934||Derby||Vernon||Feb. 1936||May 1965|
|5662||45662||Dec. 1934||Derby||Kempenfelt||Sep. 1936||Nov. 1962|
|5663||45663||Jan. 1935||Derby||Jervis||Apr. 1937||Oct. 1964|
|5664||45664||Jan. 1935||Derby||Nelson||Apr. 1936||May 1965|
|5665||45665||Nov. 1935||Crewe||Lord Rutherford of Nelson||Nov. 1935||Dec. 1962||Double row nameplate.|
|5666||45666||Nov. 1935||Crewe||Cornwallis||1937||Apr. 1965|
|5667||45667||Nov. 1935||Crewe||Jellicoe||Feb. 1937||Jan. 1965|
|5668||45668||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Madden||Feb. 1937||Dec. 1963|
|5669||45669||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Fisher||Jan. 1937||Jun. 1963|
|5670||45670||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Howard of Effingham||Mar. 1937||Oct. 1964|
|5671||45671||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Prince Rupert||Mar. 1937||Nov. 1963||Became something of a celebrity engine and 'pet' of Newton Heath in its latter days, owing to it being fitted with the only high superheat 28 element boiler made for the class.|
|5672||45672||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Anson||Mar. 1937||Nov. 1964|
|5673||45673||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Keppel||Mar. 1937||Dec. 1962|
|5674||45674||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Duncan||Apr. 1937||Oct. 1964|
|5675||45675||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Hardy||Mar. 1937||June 1967|
|5676||45676||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Codrington||May 1937||Sep. 1964|
|5677||45677||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Beatty||Mar. 1937||Dec. 1962|
|5678||45678||Dec. 1935||Crewe||De Robeck||Mar. 1937||Dec. 1962|
|5679||45679||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Armada||Jun. 1937||Dec. 1962|
|5680||45680||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Camperdown||Dec. 1935||Jan. 1963||Loaned to the LNER in 1946.|
|5681||45681||Dec. 1935||Crewe||Aboukir||Dec. 1935||Sep. 1964|
|5682||45682||Jan. 1936||Crewe||Trafalgar||Jan. 1936||Jun. 1964|
|5683||45683||Jan. 1936||Crewe||Hogue||Jan. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5684||45684||Feb. 1936||Crewe||Jutland||Feb. 1936||Dec. 1965||Fitted with Kylchap double exhaust in 1937, removed 1938.|
|5685||45685||Jan. 1936||Crewe||Barfleur||Jan. 1936||Mar. 1964|
|5686||45686||Feb. 1936||Crewe||St. Vincent||Feb. 1936||Nov. 1962|
|5687||45687||Feb. 1936||Crewe||Neptune||Feb. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5688||45688||Feb. 1936||Crewe||Polyphemus||Feb. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5689||45689||Feb. 1936||Crewe||Ajax||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1964|
|5690||45690||Mar. 1936||Crewe||Leander||Mar. 1936||Mar. 1964||Preserved.|
|5691||45691||Mar. 1936||Crewe||Orion||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5692||45692||Mar. 1936||Crewe||Cyclops||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5693||45693||Mar. 1936||Crewe||Agamemnon||Mar. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5694||45694||Mar. 1936||Crewe||Bellerophon||Mar. 1936||Jan. 1967|
|5695||45695||Mar. 1936||Crewe||Minotaur||Mar. 1936||Feb. 1964|
|5696||45696||Apr. 1936||Crewe||Arethusa||Apr. 1936||Jul. 1964|
|5697||45697||Apr. 1936||Crewe||Achilles||Apr. 1936||Sep. 1967|
|5698||45698||Apr. 1936||Crewe||Mars||Apr. 1936||Oct. 1965|
|5699||45699||Apr. 1936||Crewe||Galatea||Apr. 1936||Nov. 1964||Preserved.|
|5700||45700||Apr. 1936||Crewe||Britannia||Apr. 1936||Jul. 1964||Ran nameless from Feb. to Sep. 1951.|
|5701||45701||Apr. 1936||Crewe||Conqueror||Apr. 1936||Feb. 1963||Shedded at Newton Heath all its life.|
|5702||45702||May 1936||Crewe||Colossus||May 1936||Apr. 1963|
|5703||45703||May 1936||Crewe||Thunderer||May 1936||Nov. 1964|
|5704||45704||May 1936||Crewe||Leviathan||May 1936||Jan. 1965|
|5705||45705||May 1936||Crewe||Seahorse||May 1936||Nov. 1965|
|5706||45706||May 1936||Crewe||Express||May 1936||Sep. 1963|
|5707||45707||May 1936||Crewe||Valiant||May 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5708||45708||Jun. 1936||Crewe||Resolution||Jun. 1936||Feb. 1964|
|5709||45709||Jun. 1936||Crewe||Implacable||Jun. 1936||Nov. 1963||Damaged by enemy action 10 Oct. 1940.|
|5710||45710||Jun. 1936||Crewe||Irresistible||Jun. 1936||Jun. 1964|
|5711||45711||Jun. 1936||Crewe||Courageous||Jun. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5712||45712||Jun. 1936||Crewe||Victory||Jun. 1936||Nov. 1963|
|5713||45713||Jun. 1936||Crewe||Renown||Jun. 1936||Oct. 1962|
|5714||45714||Jun. 1936||Crewe||Revenge||Jun. 1936||Jul. 1963|
|5715||45715||Jul. 1936||Crewe||Invincible||Jul. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5716||45716||Jul. 1936||Crewe||Swiftsure||Jul. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5717||45717||Jul. 1936||Crewe||Dauntless||Jul. 1936||Oct. 1963|
|5718||45718||Jul. 1936||Crewe||Dreadnought||Jul. 1936||Oct. 1962|
|5719||45719||Aug. 1936||Crewe||Glorious||Aug. 1936||Mar. 1963|
|5720||45720||Aug. 1936||Crewe||Indomitable||Aug. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5721||45721||Aug. 1936||Crewe||Impregnable||Aug. 1936||Oct. 1965|
|5722||45722||Aug. 1936||Crewe||Defence||Aug. 1936||Dec. 1962||Rugby Test Plant locomotive, 1956.|
|5723||45723||Aug. 1936||Crewe||Fearless||Aug. 1936||Aug. 1964|
|5724||45724||Sep. 1936||Crewe||Warspite||Sep. 1936||Nov. 1962|
|5725||45725||Sep. 1936||Crewe||Repulse||Sep. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5726||45726||Oct. 1936||Crewe||Vindictive||Oct. 1936||Mar. 1965|
|5727||45727||Oct. 1936||Crewe||Inflexible||Oct. 1936||Dec. 1962|
|5728||45728||Oct. 1936||Crewe||Defiance||Oct. 1936||Oct. 1962|
|5729||45729||Oct. 1936||Crewe||Furious||Oct. 1936||Oct. 1962|
|5730||45730||Oct. 1936||Crewe||Ocean||Oct. 1936||Oct. 1963|
|5731||45731||Oct. 1936||Crewe||Persverance||Oct. 1936||Oct. 1962|
|5732||45732||Oct. 1936||Crewe||Sanspareil||Oct. 1936||Feb. 1964|
|5733||45733||Nov. 1936||Crewe||Novelty||Nov. 1936||Sep. 1964|
|5734||45734||Nov. 1936||Crewe||Meteor||Nov. 1936||Dec. 1963|
|5735||45735||Nov. 1936||Crewe||Comet||Nov. 1936||Oct. 1964||Rebuilt with type 2A boiler and double chimney in May 1942.|
|5736||45736||Nov. 1936||Crewe||Phoenix||Nov. 1936||Sep. 1964||Rebuilt with type 2A boiler and double chimney in April 1942.|
|5737||45737||Nov. 1936||Crewe||Atlas||Nov. 1936||May 1964|
|5738||45738||Nov. 1936||Crewe||Samson||Nov. 1936||Dec. 1963|
|5739||45739||Dec. 1936||Crewe||Ulster||Dec. 1936||Jan. 1967||This loco carried a small red hand above the nameplates for a short time.|
|5740||45740||Dec. 1936||Crewe||Munster||Dec. 1936||Oct. 1963|
|5741||45741||Dec. 1936||Crewe||Leinster||Dec. 1936||Feb. 1964|
|5742||45742||Dec. 1936||Crewe||Connaught||Dec. 1936||May 1965||Fitted with double chimney between 1940 and 1955.|
Four Jubilees have been preserved with two of them 45593 & 45596 being purchased directly from BR for preservation, the other two being rescued from Barry Scrapyard. All four members of the class have operated in preservation and all have operated on the mainline. Presently two members of the class 45690 Leander & 45699 Galatea are operational on the mainline (Galatea required one new set of driving wheels after one of hers was cut up in Barry when she was derailed, she returned to service in 2013) & Leander returned to service in 2012 following an overhaul wearing authentic BR Lined Black.
45596 Bahamas has been undergoing an overhaul at Tyseley Loco Works since 2013 and is being done to full Network Rail standards and it is planned for her to return to service near the end of 2017 with a mainline debut in 2018. 45593 Kolhapur meanwhile is stored inside the shed at Tyseley Loco Works awaiting it's turn in the overhaul queue.
A large number of parts were taken from sister engine 5562 Alberta before she was scrapped and most parts exist on preserved sister engine Galatea.
|5593||45593||Kolhapur||North British Locomotive Company||Dec. 1934||Oct. 1967||Tyseley Locomotive Works||Tyseley Locomotive Works||LMS Crimson Lake||Static display, awaiting overhaul.||No|
|5596||45596||Bahamas||North British Locomotive Company||Jan. 1935||Jul. 1966||Tyseley Locomotive Works||Bahamas Locomotive Society||N/A (will be BR Green)||Undergoing overhaul to mainline standards.||No (to be certified)||Only preserved Jubilee fitted with double chimney, planned completion in late 2017.|
|5690||45690||Leander||Crewe Works||Mar. 1936||Mar. 1964||West Coast Railway Company, Carnforth||Chris Beet||BR Black, Early Emblem||Returned to service in 2014 following completion of an overhaul. Mainline Certified and boiler ticket expires in 2024.||Yes (2014 - 2021)||Black nameplate on fireman's side and red nameplate on driver's side.|
|5699||45699||Galatea||Crewe Works||Apr. 1936||Nov. 1964||West Coast Railway Company, Carnforth||David Smith||BR Crimson, Late Crest||Returned to service in 2013 following restoration from scrapyard condition. Mainline Certified and boiler ticket expires in 2023.||Yes (2013 - 2020)||Wearing unauthentic BR Crimson lake|
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