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GNSR/LNER Johnson "D41" Class 4-4-0


General
Designer James Johnson
Rebuilt By Pickersgill
Introduced 1893
Pre-Grouping Great North of Scotland Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class D41, Great North of Scotland 6'1" 4-4-0's designed by James Johnson and built 1893-98. There were originally 32 engines in the class, of which 22 survived into 1948, the last one being scrapped in 1953.
Wheels 4-4-0
Number Built as D41 32
First in Service 12/1893
Last in Service 02/1953
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Neilson, Reid & Co. 32
Orders
BuilderSponsorOrder #DateSize
Neilson, Reid & Co.  E711 1893 6
Neilson, Reid & Co.  E747 1895 14
Neilson, Reid & Co.  E787 1897 12
Historical Data GNSR Class S (the first 6 D41's) and GNSR Class T (the remaining 26 engines) were two very similar classes that the LNER classified under one roof as D41.

Power
S T
Variant Introduced 1893 1895

Wheels
S T

Dimensions
S T

Boiler & Firebox
S T