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MSLR/LNER Pollitt "J62" Class 0-6-0ST


Class Types
GCR Class 5
MLSR Class 5

General
Designer Pollitt
Introduced 1897
Pre-Grouping Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class J62. Great Central Pollitt 3'6" 0-6-0ST's, a class of 12 engines built in 1897. The three surviving locomotives were taken out of service between 1949 and 1951.
Wheels 0-6-0ST
Number Built as J62 12
First in Service 01/1897
Last in Service 11/1951
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Gorton Works 12

Power
Variant Introduced 1897
Tractive Effort 10,260lbs
Outside Cylinders 13" x 20" (2 off)
Outside Valves Slide
Outside Motion Stephenson

Wheels
Drivers 3' 6"
Total Wheelbase 12'
Descriptive Wheelbase 6' 0" + 6' 0"

Dimensions
Length (over buffers) 26' 1112"
Weight (in running order) 30t 17cwt
Maximum Axle Load 11t 10cwt
Water Capacity 600gal
Coal Capacity 1t 10cwt

Boiler & Firebox
Boiler Diagram 24
Boiler Max Diameter 3' 61516"
Boiler Barrel Length 9' 3"
Boiler Pressure 150lbs
Boiler Pitch 6'
Firebox Length 4' 6"
Firebox Grate Area 11.43ft2
Firebox Heating Surface 60ft2
Tube Number 124
Tube Diameter 134"
Tube Area 530ft2
Total Evaporative Area 590ft2
Total Heating Area 590ft2