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GWR Churchward "4000" Class 4-6-0


General
Designer Churchward
Introduced 1907
Big Four Great Western Railway
Description (1957) Churchward 4-cylinder 4-6-0's 6' 8½" wheels, built between 1906 and 1923. A class of originally 73 locomotives numbered 4000-4072. No. 4000 was initially constructed as an 'Atlantic' and converted later to a 4-6-0. Successive batches were named after `Stars', 'Knights', 'Kings' (later renamed 'Monarchs'), 'Queens', `Princes', 'Princesses', and 'Abbeys', but the whole class was generally known under the generic name of 'Stars'. Nos. 4000, 4009, 4016, 4032, 4037 and 4063-4072 were later rebuilt as 'Castles'. Withdrawal of the remainder commenced in 1932 and the last survivor in traffic was No. 4056, withdrawn in October 1957.
Wheels 4-6-0
Number Built as 4000 73
First in Service 04/1906
Last in Service 10/1957
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Swindon Works 73
Orders
BuilderSponsorOrder #DateSize
Swindon Works  161 1906 1
Swindon Works  168 1907 10
Swindon Works  173 1908 10
Swindon Works  178 1909 10
Swindon Works  180 1910 10
Swindon Works  195 1913 5
Swindon Works  199 1914 15
Swindon Works  217 1922 12

Power
4000 4000
Variant Introduced 1906 1907

Wheels
4000 4000

Dimensions
4000 4000

Boiler & Firebox
4000 4000