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HBR/LNER Stirling "J75" Class 0-6-0T


Class Types
HBR Class G3
LNER Class J75

General
Designer Matthew Stirling
Introduced 1901
Pre-Grouping Hull & Barnsley Railway
Big Four London and North Eastern Railway
Description (1957) Class J75, last survivor of a class of sixteen Hull and Barnsley 0-6-0T's, built 1901-8, originally with domeless boilers. This locomotive was withdrawn in 1949 as No. 8365 without receiving its British Railways' number.
Wheels 0-6-0T
Number Built as J75 16
First in Service 12/1901
Last in Service 01/1949
Manufacturers
ManufacturerTotal
Kitson 10
Yorkshire Engine Company 6
Orders
BuilderSponsorOrder #DateSize
Yorkshire Engine Company  E116 1901 6
Kitson  n/a 1908 10

Illustration
Copyright: John Law
Power
Variant Introduced 1901
Tractive Effort 19,890lbs
Inside Cylinders 18" x 26" (2 off)
Inside Valves Slide
Inside Motion Stephenson

Wheels
Drivers 4' 6"
Total Wheelbase 15' 6"
Descriptive Wheelbase 7' 3" + 8' 3" = 15' 6"

Dimensions
Length (over buffers) 32' 212"
Weight (in running order) 47t 7cwt
Maximum Axle Load 17t 16cwt
Water Capacity 850gal
Coal Capacity 3t 0cwt

Boiler & Firebox
Boiler Diagram 71A
Boiler Max Diameter 4' 3"
Boiler Barrel Length 10'
Boiler Pressure 150lbs
Boiler Pitch 6' 11"
Firebox Length 5' 6"
Firebox Grate Area 16.25ft2
Firebox Heating Surface 104ft2
Tube Number 194
Tube Diameter 134"
Tube Area 951ft2
Total Evaporative Area 1055ft2