List of Chemins de Fer du Nord locomotives

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The Chemins de Fer du Nord was one of the five main constituents of the Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français (SNCF) at its creation in 1938.

Jules Petiet (1848–1871)[edit]

Jules Petiet was made the Chief of Works in 1845, and Locomotive Engineer in 1848, a post he held until his death in January 1871.

Nord No.
(1845
series)
Nord No.
1872
series
SNCF No. Type Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year
made
Quantity
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Comments
201–264 3.201 – 3.264 C n2 Société Expansion (29)
Société Ch.Derosne et Cail (24)
Ernest Goüin et Cie. (10)
1846–47 64 by 1899 Stephenson long-boiler type. [1]
501–502 3.801 – 3.802 C n2t André Koechlin 1847 33 1877–1909 Shunting locomotives. [2]
265–274 3.265 – 3.274 C n2 Schneider et Cie. 1849 10 by 1913 Mammouth-type. [3]
275–296
301–338
3.275–3.296
3.301 – 3.334
3.297 – 3.300
C n2 Schneider et Cie. 1852–55 60 by 1919 Built or soon fitted with 'friction roller' (galet) on additional axle. [4]
503–535 3.803 – 3.835 C n2t Ernest Goüin et Cie. (18)
André Koechlin (15)
1854–62 33 1877–1909 Station shunting locomotives. [2]
401–436 2.401 – 2.436 B3 n2t Maschinenfabrik Esslingen (6)
Charbonniers et Cie. (20)
Nord (La Chapelle) (10)
1855–57 36 by 1907 Engerth locomotives. 12 rebuilt as 0-4-2 tender locomotives between 1873 and 1878. [5]
370–399 4.400, 4.371–4.399 D2 n2t Schneider et Cie. 1855 30 by 1910 Engerth locomotives. [6]
360–369 4.370, 4.361–4.369 D2 n2t Graffenstaden 1857 10 by 1907 Engerth locomotives. [7]
551–600 4.551 – 4.600 D n2t Ernest Goüin et Cie. (35)
Schneider et Cie. (15)
1858–65 50 1909–? “Fortes Rampes”; renumbered 4.1749 to 4.1770 in 1921. [8]
340–359 3.640, 3.621 – 3.629 C n2 Graffenstaden 1860 20 ? Four rebuilt as tank locomotives in 1880. [7]
541–550 3.641 – 3.650 C n2 Graffenstaden 1861 47 by 1907 [2]
437–444 A3A n4t Ernest Goüin et Cie. 1862 8 “Camels”; sold to Nord-Belge. [9]
651–697 3.651 – 3.697 C n2 Graffenstaden (12)
Schneider et Cie. (35)
1862–67 47 by 1907 [10]
601–620 (3.601 – 3.620) CC n4t Ernest Goüin et Cie. 1863 20 1872 rebuilt into 40 0-6-0T locomotives in 1872; 4 then sold to Nord-Belge in 1873 [11]
801–805 4.601 – 4.605 D n2t Schneider et Cie. 1865 5 Renumbered 4.1771 to 4.1774 in 1921. [10]
491–500 3.921 – 3.930 C n2t André Koechlin 1866 10 1914–30 Shunting locomotives. [12]
633–650 3.335 – 3.352 C n2 André Koechlin 1866 18 1911–25 Renumbered 3.1335 to 3.1352 in 1911. [13]
811–899 4.811 – 4.899 D n2 Société J. F. Cail & Cie. (24)
Schneider et Cie. (65)
1866–72 89 “180 Unites”; many rebuilt as tank locomotives (1907–16); all renumbered in 1921. [14]
445–450 2.481 – 2.486 1B n2 Société J. F. Cail & Cie. 1867 6 1909–23 [9]
451–480 2.451 – 2.480 1B n2 Société J. F. Cail & Cie. 1867 30 1909–23 [12]
901–950 3.901 – 3.950 B1 n2 André Koechlin (20)
Société J. F. Cail & Cie. (30)
1867–70 50 1909–23 [15]
951–970 2.951 – 2.970 1B n2t Fives-Lille (10)
Schneider et Cie. (10)
1867–68 20 1905–30 Ouest-type suburban tank locomotives [16]
621–632 2.821 – 2.832 1B n2 André Koechlin 1870 12 1922–30 Based on Great Northern Railway (Great Britain) 264 class; Rebuilt as ‘Reinforced Outrance’ 4-4-0s (1890–92) [13]

Édouard Delebecque (1871–1888)[edit]

Édouard Delebecque renumbered the locomotive stock in 1872 with a scheme that lasted until the Nord was nationalised in 1938. He also discontinued the naming of locomotives from 1873.

Nord No. SNCF No. Type Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year
made
Quantity
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Comments
3.931 – 3.996 030.TA.1 – 65 C t Nord (La Chapelle)
SACM (Graffenstaden) (20)
(1872) 66 36 Rebuilt from Petiet's 0-6-6-0T locomotives; 30 new [17]
2.001 – 2.035 020.TA.1 – ? B t Fives-Lille (6)
Franco-Belge (12)
Nord (La Chapelle) (17)
1878–1889 35 “Ink Bottles” [18]
2.201 to 2.212 1B n2 SACM 1884–84 12 1922–31 "Outrance"; rebuilt 1891–92 as 2′B n2. [19]
701 1AA n4v SACM 1885 1 1928 Rebuilt as 2′AA n4v [20]
3.101 1′C n3v Nord (La Chapelle) 1887 1 1929 “La Baleine”. Renumbered 3.395 in 1909 [21]
2.101 2′B n2 Nord (La Chapelle) 1888 1 1893 Exhibited at Exposition Universelle (1889). [22]

Gaston du Bousquet (1890–1910)[edit]

Nord No. SNCF No. Type Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year
made
Quantity
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Comments
2.311 – 2.380 220.TA.1 – 19 2′B t SACM (30)
Franco-Belge (5)
Fives-Lille (15)
Schneider et Cie. (20)
1892–1895 70 1932– “Ravachol” [23]
2.123 – 2.180 220.A.1 – 4 2′B n4v SACM 1893–1898 58 1933– “Chocolats” [24]
3.078 – 3.354 230.A.1 – 247 2′C n4v Hainaut
Société française de constructions mécaniques
Schneideret Cie.
Franco-Belge
SACM
Fives-Lille
Batignolles
Cockerill
Société Énergie
La Chapelle
1897–1913 277 [25]
2.641 – 2.675 221.A.1 – 35 2′B1 n4v SACM (20)
Société française de constructions mécaniques (10)
Fives-Lille (5)
1900–1904 35 Rebuilt with superheaters [26]
4.446 – 4.460 040.TD.1 – 15 D t Franco-Belge 1900 15 Renumbered 4.1981 to 4.1995 in 1919, 4.2001 to 4.2015 in 1930 [27]
2.231 – 2.305 222.TA.1 – 75 2′B2′ t Nord (La Chapelle) (48)
Nord (Hellemmes) (27)
1901–1906 75 “Revolver” [28]
6.121 – 6.168 031+130.TA.1 – 47 C1′+1′C t Nord workshops 1905–1911 48 [29]
2.741 2′B1 n4v Schneider et Cie. 1907 1 1913 Water-tube boiler, 4-cylinder compound. Rebuilt to 4-4-4 in 1907. Rebuilt to 4-6-0 nº 3.999 in 1913 [30]
4.001 – 4.075,
4.801 – 4.990
040.A.1 – 2 D Nord (La Chapelle) 1907–15 265 “180” class. 108 rebuilt as tank locomotives 4.301 – 4.400, 4.531 – 4.540 (1907–1913). Renumbered 4.601 – 4.674, 4.701 – 4.954. (tender) and 4.1801 – 4.1908 (tank) [31]
4.301 – 4.400, 4.531 – 4.540 040.TA.1 – 104 D t (La Chapelle) 1907–1913 (108) Rebuild of “180” class tender locomotives. Renumbered 4.1801 – 4.1908 in 1919 [32]
3.513 – 3.662 230.D.1 – 149 2′C h4v Nord (Hellemmes)
Nord (La Chapelle)
Schneider et Cie.,
Fives-Lille,
Henschel,
BMAG,
Ateliers Gilly
1908–1912 150 1955–1969 First 25 built with saturated boilers, rebuilt with superheaters 1929–1934[33]
3.801 – 3.865 232.TA.1 – 65 2′C2′ t Société française de constructions mécaniques (60)
Nord (Hellemmes) (5)
1909–1914 65 1944–1957 [34]

Georges Asselin (1910–1918)[edit]

Nord No. SNCF No. Type Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year
made
Quantity
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Comments
3.1101 – 3.1102 232.A.1 2′C2′ h4v Nord (La Chapelle) 1911 2 1936–1939 [35]
3.1151 – 3.1170 231.A.1 – 20 2′C1′ h4v SACM 1912 20 1954–56 [36]
4.061 – 4.340 140.A.1 – 280 1′D h4v Société française de constructions mécaniques (147)
Nord (La Chapelle) (10)
Schneider et Cie. (58)
Batignoles (20)
Franco-Belge (35)
SACM (10)
1912–1928 280 1950–1959 “Les Bœufs” [37]
5.001 – 5.022
5.031 – 5.120
150.A.1 – 112 1′E Nord (La Chapelle) (15)
Nord (Hellemmes) (7)
Société française de constructions mécaniques (40)
SACM (50)
1912–1929 112 1945–57 34 rebuilt as SNCF 150 C 1 – 112 [38]
3.999 230.B.1 2′C h4v Nord (La Chapelle) (1913) (1) 1946 Rebuilt from 4-4-2 prototype 2.741.[35]
3.1401 – 3.1402 130.B.1 1′C h2v Nord (La Chapelle) 1914 2 Prototypes (compound); 3.1402 rebuilt as simple 3.1503 [39][40]
3.1501 – 3.1503 130.C.1 – 3 1′C h2 Nord (La Chapelle) 1913–1914 2 Prototypes (simple) [40]
4.1664 – 4.1700 141.TA.1 – 37 1′D1′ n2t Canadian Loco. Co. 1916 37 1955–1963 [41]

Louis Breville (1918–1928)[edit]

Nord No. SNCF No. Type Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year
made
Quantity
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Comments
3.871 – 3.884 232.TB.1 – 14 2′C2′ t Beyer, Peacock & Co. 1914 (14) 1946–1954 ex-ROD locomotives originally ordered by Maatschappij tot Exploitatie van Staatsspoorwegen [42]
4.1301 – 4.1542 140.C.1 – 242 1′D Baldwin 1917–1919 242 1944–1955 ex-US Army “General Pershing”. Later renumbered 141.G.1702 – 1941 [43]
4.1551 – 4.1663 140.B.1 – 108 1′D Baldwin 1917 113 1937–53 American-built ex-ROD locomotives [44]
4.1101 – 4.1150 141.A.1 – 50 1′D1′ h4v Baldwin 1918–1919 50 1948–1959 Identical to PLM 1013 – 1129 [45]
4.1076 040.B.75 D n2v Linke-Hofmann (1915) (1) ex Mecklenburg G 7.2 (de), received as war reparations [46]
3.1150 231.B.1 2′C1′ h4v Fives-Lille 1920 (1) État type Pacific [47]
3.1201 – 3.1290 231.C.1 – 88 2′C1′ h4v ANF (50)
Société française de constructions mécaniques (40)
1923–1932 90 1958–1962 “Superpacific”; 4-cylinder compound [48]

Georges Collin (1928–1931)[edit]

Nord No. SNCF No. Type Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year
made
Quantity
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Comments
4.2016 – 4.2095 040.TG.1 – 80 D t ANF,
Corpet-Louvet
1930–33 80 1960–67 [49]
5.601 – 5.670 050.TD.1 – 70 E t SACM
Fives-Lille
1930 70 [50]
4.1201 – 4.1202 141.TB.1 – 2 1′D1′ h2t Nord (La Chapelle) 1931 2 1948 renumbered 4.1701 – 4.1702 [51]

Jean Lancrenon (1931–1938)[edit]

Nord No. SNCF No. Type Manufacturer
Serial numbers
Year
made
Quantity
made
Year(s)
withdrawn
Comments
4.1201 – 4.1272 141.TC.1 – 72 1′D1′ h2t Nord (Hellemmes) (5)
SACM (10)
ANF (18)
Franco-Belge (18)
Schneider et Cie. (9)
Fives-Lille (6)
SFCM (6)
1932–1935 72 1970 [52]
3.1171 – 3.1190 231.E.1 – 20 2′C1′ h4v SACM,
SFCM,
Fives-Lille
20 1961–1966 Chapelon Pacific, ex-PO, acquired 1934–1935 [53]
3.1249 – 3.1250 231.D.1 – 2 2′C1′ h2 (La Chapelle) (1934) (2) 1945 “Superpacific”; rebuilt as 2-cylinder simple [54]
5.301 – 5.312 151.TA.1 – 12 1′E1′ t Corpet-Louvet 1928–1930 12 Ex Grande Ceinture 5001–5012, acquired 1935 [55]
5.1201 – 5.1230 150.C.1 – 30 1′E Nord (La Chapelle) (8)
Nord (Hellemmes) (22)
1933–35 30 [56]
3.1111 – 3.1130 231.E.29 – 48 2′C1′ h4v Marine et d'Homécourt (10)
Fives-Lille (10)
1936–1937 20 1961–1955 Chapelon Pacific, new [47]
3.1191 – 3.1198 231.E.21 – 28 2′C1′ h4v ANF 1936 8 1961–1966 Chapelon Pacific, new [53]

Preserved locomotives[edit]

Image Nord No. Series SNCF No. UIC
type
Manufacturer Serial No. Date Notes
040-4.853 Nord.jpg
4.853 D n2 Société J. F. Cail & Cie. 1496 1866 “180”, sold to industry in 1921, preserved by AJECTA at Musée vivant du chemin de fer, Longueville, Seine-et-Marne, Logo monument historique - rouge sans texte.svg Monument historique [57]
701 Nord Mulhouse FRA 001.JPG
701 701 2′AA n4v SACM 3755 1885 Static display, Cité du train, Mulhouse [20]
3.486 3.401–3.512 C n2 SACM 4230 1890 Sold to industry in 1936; later preserved, to Cité du train in 1999. [58]
Cité du train 24.jpg
2.670 2.641–2.675 221.A.30 2′B1′ n4v SFCM 2612 1903 Static display, Cité du train, Mulhouse [26]
Hugh llewelyn 230D.9 (5376369452).jpg
3.521 3.513–3.662 230.D.9 2′C n4v Nord (La Chapelle) 1908 Cité du train [59]
230-D-116.jpg
3.628 3.513–3.662 230.D.116 2′C n4v Henschel & Sohn 10745 1911 Was at Nene Valley Railway, England. Now at Longueville [60]
Hugh llewelyn 3.1102 (5375371090).jpg
3.1102 3.1101–3.1102 2′C2′ h4v Nord (La Chapelle) 1911 Sectioned for Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne, Paris 1937; static display, Cité du train, Mulhouse [35]
Cité du train 06.jpg
4.319 4.061–4.340 140.A.259 1′D h4v Franco-Belge 2537 1927 Static display (on its side), Cité du train, Mulhouse [61]
3.1280 3.1201–3.1290 231.C.78 2′C1′ h4v SFCM 4142 1931 “Superpacific”, streamlined (1936–1946) [62]
Locomotive 141TC51 ascq 2008 lb.jpg
4.1251 4.1201–4.1272 141.TC.51 1′D1′ n2t Franco-Belge 2696 1934 Exhibited at Brussels International Exposition, 1935. Static display, Cité du train, Mulhouse [63]
3.1192 Nord Mulhouse FRA 001.JPG
3.1192 3.1171–3.1198 231.E.22 2′C1′ n4v ANF 421 1936 PO-type, acquired new. Static display, Cité du train, Mulhouse [53]
231-E-41 a.jpg
3.1123 3.1111–3.1130 231.E.41 2′C1′ n4v Fives-Lille 4889 1937 PO-type, acquired new. Static display, St-Pierre-Des-Corps, Tours. Logo monument historique - rouge sans texte.svg Monument historique [47]

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