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MET/LNER Jones "M2" Class 0-6-4T


General
Designer Jones
Introduced 1915
Pre-Grouping Metropolitan Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class M2, being the surviving locomotives of four Metropolitan 5'9" 0-6-4T's, taken over by the L.N.E.R. in 1937 from the L.P.T.B. Originally built in 1915, both were taken out of service in 1948.
Wheels 0-6-4T
Number Built as M2 4
First in Service 12/1915
Last in Service 22/10/1948
Orders
BuilderOrder #DateSize
Yorkshire Engine Company n/a 1915 4

Power
Variant Introduced 1915
Tractive Effort 20,498lbs
Inside Cylinders 20" x 26" (2 off)
Inside Valves 8"Piston
Inside Motion Stephenson

Wheels
Drivers 5' 9"
Truck 3' 6"
Total Wheelbase 28' 9"
Descriptive Wheelbase 7' 9" + 8' 3" + 6' 3" + 6' 6" = 28' 9"

Dimensions
Length (over buffers) 41' 2"
Weight (in running order) 71t 1cwt
Adhesive Weight 52t 12cwt
Maximum Axle Load 18t 13cwt
Water Capacity 2,000gal
Coal Capacity 4t 10cwt

Boiler & Firebox