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MET/LNER Hally "L2" Class 2-6-4T


General
Designer Hally
Introduced 1925
Pre-Grouping Metropolitan Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class L2, being the surviving locomotives of a class of 6 Metropolitan 2-6-4T's, with 5'6" driving wheels, acquired by the L.N.E.R. from the London Transport Board in 1937. They were constructed in 1924 from parts of S.E. & C.R. class N 2-6-0's, partly built at Woolwich in 1919 but not completed. Both engines were scrapped in 1948.
Wheels 2-6-4T
Number Built as L2 6
First in Service 21/03/1925
Last in Service 22/10/1948
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ManufacturerTotal
Armstrong Whitworth 6

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