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GER/LNER Holden "F7" Class 2-4-2T


Class Types
GER Class Y65
LNER Class F7

General
Designer Stephen Holden
Introduced 1909
Pre-Grouping Great Eastern Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class F7, being the survivors of a class of 12 small 4'10" 2-4-2T's built by S. D. Holden in 1909-10 for the G.E.R. Designed for light branch work, they were known as the 'Crystal Palace' tanks owing to their large glass window cabs. These last two locomotives were taken out of service in 1948.
Wheels 2-4-2T
Number Built as F7 12
First in Service 06/1909
Last in Service 08/11/1948
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Stratford Works 2
Orders
BuilderSponsorOrder #DateSize
Stratford Works  A67 1909 10
Stratford Works  Y65 1909 2

Illustration
Copyright: Alan Whitehead c/o 53A Models
Power
Variant Introduced 1909

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