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GNSR/LNER Pickersgill "D40" Class 4-4-0


General
Designer William Pickersgill
Rebuilt By Heywood
Introduced 1899
Pre-Grouping Great North of Scotland Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class D40. G. N. S. R. Pickersgill 6'1" 4-4-0's, originally 21 engines built between 1899 and 1920. The last eight, turned out in 1920, have superheaters and extended smokeboxes, while one or two of the earlier engines have been rebuilt in this manner. One of the class still survives in 1957.
Wheels 4-4-0
Number Built as D40 18
First in Service 10/1900
Last in Service 09/1966
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Inverurie Works 10
Neilson, Reid & Co. 5
North British Locomotive Company, Glasgow 6
Orders
BuilderSponsorOrder #DateSize
Neilson, Reid & Co.  E827 1899 5
Inverurie Works  IV1501 1909 4
Inverurie Works  n/a 1913 4
North British Locomotive Company, Glasgow (Unknown)  L730 1920 6
Inverurie Works  n/a 1921 2

Power
D40 D40
Variant Introduced 1900
As D40

Wheels
D40 D40

Dimensions
D40 D40

Boiler & Firebox
D40 D40