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GCR/LNER Robinson "D9" Class 4-4-0


Class Types
GCR Class 11B (As built with smaller boiler and slide valves)
GCR Class 11C (Reboilered with larger boiler and deeper firebox)
GCR Class 11D (Same boiler as 11C but superheated. Also had piston valves fitted - final variation)

General
Designer Robinson
Introduced 1901
Pre-Grouping Great Central Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class D9. Great Central 6'9" 4-4-0's, a class of 40 engines built by Robinson between 1901 and 1904 and later rebuilt with larger boilers. Of the 26 survivors to come into British Railways' stock, all were withdrawn by 1950.
Wheels 4-4-0
Number Built as D9 40
First in Service 10/1901
Last in Service 07/1950
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Sharp Stewart 30
Vulcan Foundry 10
Orders
BuilderOrder #DateSize
Sharp Stewart E1182a 01/1901 5
Sharp Stewart E1182b 01/1902 20
Sharp Stewart E1198 01/1903 5

Illustration
Copyright: John Law
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Boiler & Firebox