Victorian Railways Q class
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The first locomotives came from Phoenix Foundry. They were a class of 10 0-6-0 tender engines built in 1873-74. They were numbered 83-101 (odd numbers only). They were classed Q in 1886. They were taken off register between 1905 and 1908. None were preserved.
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