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GWR Dean "1854" Class 0-6-0PT


Class Types
GWR Class 1854

General
Designer William Dean
Introduced 1890
Big Four Great Western Railway
Description (1957) 4' 7½" 0-6-0PT's of various classes, with minor differences, built at Swindon and Wolverhampton between 1879 and 1901. Originally constructed as saddle tanks, the survivors had been gradually rebuilt over a long period with the square pannier type. No. 1715 had been sold to the Neath & Brecon Railway in 1914 and came back to the Great Western under its original number at the grouping. No. 2756 had similarly been the property of the Rhondda & Swansea Bay Railway. All these engines had been scrapped by 1951.
Wheels 0-6-0PT
Number Built as 1854 120
First in Service 02/1890
Last in Service 11/1951
Orders
BuilderSponsorOrder #DateSize
Swindon Works  79 1890 20
Swindon Works  83 1890 20
Swindon Works  85 1891 20
Swindon Works  88 1892 20
Swindon Works  89 1892 20
Swindon Works  98 1895 20

Power
1854 Saddle tank 1854 Pannier tank
Variant Introduced 1890 1905

Wheels
1854 Saddle tank 1854 Pannier tank

Dimensions
1854 Saddle tank 1854 Pannier tank

Boiler & Firebox
1854 Saddle tank 1854 Pannier tank