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GWR Hawksworth "9400" Class 0-6-0PT


Class Types
GWR Class 9400

General
Designer Frederick Hawksworth
Introduced 1947
Big Four Great Western Railway
Description (1957) 0-6-0PT's designed by Hawksworth. The first ten, Nos. 9400-9409, were built in 1947 and were unsuperheated. A large order for 200 similar engines, but with superheaters, was then placed with outside firms, the first being placed in service in 1949. Delivery was slow, however, and the final batch, Nos. 3400-3409, did not arrive until 1956, these being the last locomotives of pre-nationalization design to be constructed.
Wheels 0-6-0PT
Number Built as 9400 210
First in Service 02/1947
Last in Service 06/1965
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Ltd 100
Swindon Works 10
W.G. Bagnall 50
Yorkshire Engine Company 50
Orders
BuilderSponsorOrder #DateSize
Swindon Works  365 1947 10
W.G. Bagnall  SW384/Unk 1949 50
Yorkshire Engine Company  SW385/Unk 1949 30
Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Ltd  SW383/Unk 1950 30
Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Ltd  SW382/Unk 1951 50
Robert Stephenson & Hawthorn Ltd  SW386/Unk 1952 20
Yorkshire Engine Company  SW388/Unk 1955 20

Illustration
Copyright: Gerald Robinson
Power
Variant Introduced 1947

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