Locomotives of the North Eastern Railway

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The North Eastern Railway was formed by merger in 1854 and merged into the London and North Eastern Railway at the grouping in 1923. Between those dates five men held the post of Locomotive Superintendent.

In addition many locomotives were inherited from the NER's constituents, and also from subsequent acquisitions, which are not listed here.

Edward Fletcher (1854–1883)[edit]

Edward Fletcher was inherited from the York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway, one of the NER's constituents. There was very little standardization during his term of office, and only a few types are listed here.

Class Type Quantity Manufacturer Date LNER Class Notes
BTP 0-4-4T 124 Neilson & Co. (12)
R. & W. Hawthorn & Co. (20)
Gateshead Works
Darlington Works (25)
York Works (2)
1874–84 G6 [1]
66 2-2-4T 1 Gateshead Works 1886 X1 [2]
190 2-2-4T 2 York Works 1860, 1881 X3 [3]
290 0-6-0T (60) (1899–1921) [1] Rebuilt from BTP-class 0-4-4T
398 0-6-0 325 R. Stephenson & Co.
R. & W. Hawthorn & Co.
Neilson & Co.
[4][5]
901 2-4-0 55 Gateshead Works (35)
Beyer, Peacock & Co. (10)
Neilson & Co. (10)
1872–82 [6][7]
No. 957 2-2-4T (1) Gateshead Works (1903) X2 [8] Rebuilt from BTP-class 0-4-4T
1001 0-6-0 [9]
1440 2-4-0 18 Leeds Works (1)
Gateshead Works (17)
1875–85 [10][11]

Alexander McDonnell (1883–1884)[edit]

Alexander McDonnell moved from the Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland. However his policies proved unpopular with the drivers and he resigned after only one year in office.

Class Type Quantity Manufacturer Date LNER Class Notes
38 4-4-0 28 Gateshead Works (16)
R. & W. Hawthorn (12)
1884–85 [12][13] Another 8 cancelled
59 0-6-0 44 Darlington Works (32)
R. Stephenson & Co. (12)
1883–85 J22 [12][14][15]

Locomotive Committee (1884–1885)[edit]

Between A. McDonnell and T. W. Worsdell there was an interval during which the office was covered by a Locomotive Committee.[16] The Locomotive Committee was chaired by Henry Tennant.[17]

Class Type Quantity Manufacturer Date LNER Class Notes
8 0-6-0T 8 Gateshead Works 1885 J74 [18] Incorporated parts of cancelled 38-class locomotives
1463 2-4-0 20 Darlington Works (10)
Gateshead Works (10)
1885 E5 [19][20]

Thomas William Worsdell (1885–1890)[edit]

T. W. Worsdell was an enthusiast for compounding and many of his designs used the two-cylinder system of August von Borries, usually in conjunction with simple-expansion versions of the same engines for comparison. The compounds were mostly rebuilt as simple-expansion engines by his brother and successor Wilson Worsdell.

He introduced the system of class designations, starting with "A" for the first, and so on, and then adding a digit for later developments of each. This system was reorganized somewhat in 1914.

Image Class Type Quantity Manufacturer Date LNER Class Notes
A 2-4-2T 60 Gateshead Works 1886–92 F8 [21]
Hull Dairycotes Locomotive Depot geograph-2886987-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
B 0-6-2T 53 Gateshead Works (14)
Darlington Works (39)
1888–90 [22] Two-cylinder compound, rebuilt as simple 1904–11
B1 0-6-2T 11 Darlington Works (10)
Gateshead Works (1)
1886–88 N8 [23] Redesignated class B in 1914
C 0-6-0 171 Gateshead Works (141)
Darlington Works (30)
1886–92 [24][25] Two-cylinder compound, rebuilt as simple 1901–11
Heaton Locomotive Depot geograph-2354955-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
C1 0-6-0 30 Gateshead Works 1886–95 J21 [26] Simple version of “C”, redesignated class C in 1914
D 2-4-0 2 Gateshead Works 1886–88 [27] Two-cylinder compound, rebuilt as 4-4-0 simple in 1896, became class F1, then F
Normanton (LMS) Locomotive Depot geograph-2380330-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
E 0-6-0T 120 Darlington Works 1886–95 J71 [28]
F 4-4-0 25 Gateshead Works 1887–91 [29] Two-cylinder compound, rebuilt as simple 1895–1905
F1 4-4-0 10 Gateshead Works 1887 D22 [30] Simple version of “F”, redesignated class F in 1914
G 2-4-0 20 Darlington Works 1887–88 D23 [31] Rebuilt as 4-4-0 in 1900–04, to become class G1, then G
Hugh llewelyn 1310 (6966652848).jpg H 0-4-0T 19 Gateshead Works 1888–97 Y7 [32][33] Another 5 built by LNER at Darlington Works in 1923
H1 0-6-0T 2 Gateshead Works 1888 J78 [34] Crane tanks, derived from class “H” 0-4-0s
I 4-2-2 10 Gateshead Works 1888–90 [35] Two-cylinder compound, rebuilt as simple 1900–02, withdrawn 1920–22
J 4-2-2 10 Gateshead Works 1889–90 [36] Larger than class “I”, two-cylinder compound, rebuilt as simple 1894–95, withdrawn 1920–22
K 0-4-0T 5 Gateshead Works 1890 Y8 [37][38]

Wilson Worsdell (1890–1910)[edit]

Wilson Worsdell was the brother of his predecessor.

Image Class Type Quantity Manufacturer Date LNER Class Notes
964A 0-6-0T 15 1891–93 rebuilds of 964 class
L 0-6-0T 10 Gateshead Works 1891–92 J73 [39]
M 4-4-0 1 Gateshead Works 1893 D19 [40] Two-cylinder Worsdell-von Borries compound; rebuilt in 1898 as three-cylinder Smith compound; redesignated class “3CC” in 1914.
North Eastern Railway Class M1 no. 1621 (6684767791).jpg
M1 4-4-0 20 Gateshead Works 1892–93 D17/1 [41] "Rail Crushers." Redesignated class “M” in 1914
N 0-6-2T 20 Darlington Works 1893 N9 [42]
O 0-4-4T 110 Darlington Works 1894–1901 G5 [43]
P 0-6-0 70 Gateshead Works (50)
Darlington Works (20)
1894–98 J24 [44][45]
P1 0-6-0 120 Gateshead Works (80)
Darlington Works (40)
1898–1902 J25 [46][47]
Newport (Tees-side) Locomotive Depot geograph-2873857-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
P2 0-6-0 50 Gateshead Works (20)
Darlington Works (30)
1904–05 J26 [48][49]
West Hartlepool Locomptive Depot Ex-NER 0-6-0 geograph-2873898-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
P3 0-6-0 80 Darlington Works (30)
Beyer, Peacock & Co. (20)
North British Locomotive Co. (20)
Robert Stephenson & Co. (10)
1906–09 J27 [50][51] Another 25 built in 1921–22 (see below)
Q 4-4-0 30 Gateshead Works 1896–97 D17/2 [52] Similar to class “M1”
4-4-0 North Eastern Q1 Class 1870.jpg
Q1 4-4-0 2 Gateshead Works 1896 D18 [53] Larger variant of class “Q” with 7-foot-7 14-inch (2.318 m) wheels
H2 0-6-0T 3 Gateshead Works 1897–1907 J79 [54] Derived from class “H” 0-4-0T
York station pilot geograph-2889222-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
E1 0-6-0T 20 Darlington Works 1898–99 J72 [55] Another 55 built 1914–22 (see below)
R 4-4-0 60 Gateshead Works 1899–07 D20 [56]
Gateshead Locomotive Depot geograph-2327896-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
R1 4-4-0 10 Darlington Works 1908–09 D21 [57]
S 4-6-0 40 Gateshead Works 1899–1909 B13 [58][59]
North Eastern Railway Worsdell S1 class 4-6-0 locomotive 2111 (Howden, Boys' Book of Locomotives, 1907).jpg
S1 4-6-0 5 Gateshead Works 1900–01 B14 [60][61]
North Eastern Railway Worsdell T class 0-8-0 locomotive 2116 (Howden, Boys' Book of Locomotives, 1907).jpg
T 0-8-0 50 Gateshead Works 1901–04 Q5 [62]
T1 0-8-0 40 Darlington Works 1907–11 Q5 [63]
U 0-6-2T 20 Darlington Works 1902–03 N10 [64]
Hull Daircoates Locomotive Depot with Ex-North Eastern Atlantic geograph-2319353-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
V 4-4-2 10 Gateshead Works 1903–04 C6 [65]
4CC 4-4-2 2 Gateshead Works 1906 C8 [66] Four-cylinder compound
V/09 4-4-2 10 Darlington Works 1910 C6 [67]
W 4-6-0T 10 Gateshead Works 1907–08 A6 [68] Passenger tanks, rebuilt as 4-6-2T (NER Class W1) during 1914–17
Stockton Locomotive Shed ex-NER 4-8-0T geograph-2878623-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
X 4-8-0T 10 Gateshead Works 1909–10 T1 [69][70] For heavy shunting. Another 5 built by the LNER at Darlington Works in 1925.
Hull Dairycoates Locomotive Depot geograph-2358934-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
Y 4-6-2T 20 Darlington Works 1910–11 A7 [71] for heavy freight, derived from class “X”

Vincent Raven (1910–1922)[edit]

Vincent Raven was the last Chief Mechanical Engineer of the North Eastern Railway

Image Class Type Quantity Manufacturer Date LNER Class Notes
V2 4-4-2 50 North British Locomotive Co. (20)
Darlington Works (30)
1911–17 C7 [72] Later redesignated class “Z”
S2 4-6-0 20 Darlington Works 1911–13 B15 [73][74]
D 4-4-4T 45 Darlington Works 1913-22 H1 [75] Rebuilt as 4-6-2T (1931–36), became LNER Class A8.
Middlesbrough Locomotive Depot geograph-2346283-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
T2 0-8-0 120 Darlington Works (70)
Armstrong Whitworth (50)
1913–21 Q6 [76]
Middlesbrough Locomotive Depot geograph-2380502-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
E1 0-6-0T 55 Darlington Works (30)
Armstrong Whitworth (25)
1914-22 J72 [77] Continuation of W. Worsdell design; another 10 built by the LNER at Doncaster Works in 1925; 28 built by BR at Darlington Works 1949–51
W1 4-6-2T 10 Gateshead Works 1914-17 A6 Rebuild of W class
T3 0-8-0 15 Darlington 1919 Q7 [78] Three-cylinder simple.
New England Locomotive Depot geograph-2847647-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
S3 4-6-0 38 Darlington Works 1919–23 B16 [79][80] Another 32 built by the LNER
West Hartlepool Locomptive Depot Ex-NER 0-6-0 geograph-2873898-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
P3 0-6-0 25 Darlington Works 1921–22 J27 [81] Continuation of W. Worsdell design. Another 10 built by the LNER in 1923.
4.6.2 4-6-2 2 Darlington Works 1922–24 A2 [82] Another 3 built by the LNER in 1924

Electric locomotives[edit]

All built for 1500 V DC overhead supply, except where noted.

Image NER Nos. Type Quantity Manufacturer Date Notes
Heaton Locomotive Depot geograph-2899256-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
1–2 Bo-Bo 2 Gateshead / BTH / Brush 1905 [83] 600 V DC. For Newcastle Quayside branch. Also equipped with 3rd rail pick-up.
3–12 Bo-Bo 10 Darlington Works 1914–18 [84] For Newport – Shildon line. One later converted to LNER Class EB1.
13 2-Co-2 1 Darlington Works 1922 [85] Prototype for main-line electrification. Never saw service.

Locomotives built to NER designs after 1922[edit]

Image NER Class LNER Class Type Quantity Manufacturer Date Notes
H Y7 0-4-0T 5 Darlington Works 1923 [86]
York Locomotive Yard an ex-NE Raven J27 0-6-0 geograph-2355868-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
P3 J27 0-6-0 10 Darlington Works 1923
S3 B16 4-6-0 32 Darlington Works 1923–24
4.6.2 A2 4-6-2 3 Darlington Works 1924
X T1 4-8-0T 5 Darlington Works 1925 [70]
Middlesbrough station goods lines geograph-2889713-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
E1 J72 0-6-0T 10 Doncaster Works 1925
Sunderland South Dock Locomotive Depot geograph-2380522-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
E1 J72 0-6-0T 28 Darlington Works 1948–51

Locomotives from constituent railways[edit]

This is a summary list. For further information, select the link to the constituent railway.

NER no. Wheels Constituent railway Date introduced Comments
14 2-4-0 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
40 2-2-2 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
59 2-4-0 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
60 2-4-0 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
62 2-4-0 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
63 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1849 [87]
64 2-4-0 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
67 2-2-2 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
68 2-2-2 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
69 2-2-2 Great North of England Railway 1839 [87]
73 2-4-0WT York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1852 [87]
76 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1853 129 class (or 76 class)[87]
129 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1853 129 class (or 76 class)[87]
136 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1853 129 class (or 76 class)[87]
147 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
148 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
149 0-4-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1839 Ex-Newcastle & North Shields Railway[87]
150 2-2-2 Newcastle & North Shields Railway 1839 [87]
151 2-4-0 Newcastle & North Shields Railway 1839 [87]
152 0-4-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1840 Ex-Newcastle & North Shields Railway[87]
153 2-2-2 Newcastle & North Shields Railway 1839 [87]
156 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
157 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
161 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
162 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
165 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847/48 165 class[87]
166 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847/48 165 class[87]
170 or 171 0-6-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
171 or 172 0-6-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
172 or 173 0-6-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847 [87]
175 0-6-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1848 [87]
177 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847/48 165 class[87]
180 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1848 [87]
185 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1848 185 class[87]
186 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1848 185 class[87]
187 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1848 185 class[87]
188 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1848 185 class[87]
189 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1848 185 class[87]
190 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1849 [87]
207 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1847/48 165 class[87]
215 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1853/54 [87]
218 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1853/54 [87]
219 2-4-0 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1853 [87]
220 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1854 220 class[87]
221 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1854 220 class[87]
222 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1854 220 class[87]
223 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1854 220 class[87]
224 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1854 220 class[87]
225 2-2-2 York, Newcastle and Berwick Railway 1854 220 class[87]
253 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841 [87]
254 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841 [87]
257 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841/42 [87]
258 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841/42 [87]
259 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841/42 [87]
260 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841/42 [87]
261 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841/42 [87]
263 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1841/42 [87]
278 ? Hull and Selby Railway 1840 [87][88]
279 ? Hull and Selby Railway 1840 [87][88]
293 ? Hull and Selby Railway 1840 [87][88]
305 ? Hull and Selby Railway 1840 [87][88]
319 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
320 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
321 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
322 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
323 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
324 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
325 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
326 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
333 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
334 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
344 2-2-2 York and North Midland Railway 1847/48 [87]
359-387 various Leeds Northern Railway - [87]
453-491 various Newcastle & Carlisle Railway - [87]
Stockton and Darlington Railway

The Stockton and Darlington Railway (SDR) was absorbed in 1863. The SDR contributed 157 locomotives to the NER stock and these initially kept their SDR numbers. From 1873, the SDR locomotives were renumbered, mostly by adding 1000.[87]

Preserved locomotives[edit]

Image NER No. NER Class Type Manufacturer Serial No. Date Notes
Steam Locomotive 1275 (5441514910).jpg
1275 1001 0-6-0 Dübs & Co. 708 1874 Static exhibit; National Collection, York
North Eastern Railway 901 Class 2-4-0 locomotive at Locomotion, Shildon, Co. Durham. (3066267027).jpg
910 901 2-4-0 Gateshead Works 1875 Static exhibit; National Collection, Shildon
NER E5 2-4-0 1463 (1885) Head of Steam, Darlington 30.06.2009 P6300112 (10192722204).jpg
1463 1463 2-4-0 Darlington Works 1885 Static exhibit; National Collection, Darlington Railway Centre and Museum
J21 No.65033 at Shildon.jpg
876 C1 0-6-0 Gateshead Works 1889 BR: 65033; under restoration
Hugh llewelyn 1310 (6966652794).jpg
1310 H 0-4-0T Gateshead Works 1891 Middleton Railway
LWSRT3 No. 563. - geograph.org.uk - 2971324.jpg
1621 M1 4-4-0 Gateshead Works 1893 Static exhibit; National Collection, Shildon
Aerolite (5441423284).jpg
66 66 2-2-4T Gateshead Works 1869/1902 Named “Aerolite”; static exhibit; National Collection, York.
NorthEasternRailwayNo1-Locomotion-Shildon-April2008.JPG
1 (ES1) Bo-Bo Gateshead / BTH / Brush 1905 Static exhibit; National Collection, Shildon
Steam locomotive 63395 at Levisham station - geograph.org.uk - 1611801.jpg
2238 T2 0-8-0 Darlington Works 1918 BR: 63395; North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Owned by the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group
LNER Q7 0-8-0 901 (1919) Head of Steam, Darlington 30.06.2009 P6300110 (10192857226).jpg
901 T3 0-8-0 Darlington Works 1919 Static exhibit; National Collection, Darlington Railway Centre and Museum
Locomotives built to NER designs after 1922
Y7 68088 at Beamish - geograph.org.uk - 2535274.jpg
LNER
945
Y7
(NER H)
0-4-0T Darlington Works 1923 At Beamish Museum, on loan from North Norfolk Railway
York Locomotive Yard an ex-NE Raven J27 0-6-0 geograph-2355868-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
LNER
2392
J27
(NER P3)
0-6-0 Darlington Works 1923 Owned by the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group
Hugh llewelyn 69023 (6901239264).jpg
BR
69023
J72
(NER E1)
0-6-0T Darlington Works 2151 1951 Renumbered 59 in the Eastern Region Departmental list. Owned by the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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