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Q1 - C1 - 33001
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No: 15553   Contributor: John Southall   Year: 2012   Manufacturer: BR Brighton Works   Country: England
Q1 - C1 - 33001

11/11/2012. NRM - York - UK

Southern class Q1. Very basic loco as the conditions at the time it was built, 1942, demanded. Not the prettiest of things.
Picture added on 17 November 2012 at 19:09
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National Railway Museum, York and Shildon, England
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Designed by Oliver Bulleid, these were the most powerful 0-6-0 locomotives ever to run in Britain. Note the wide chimney which enclosed a 5-jet Lemaitre blast pipe, and the 'Boxpok' cast steel wheels with holes and recesses on their discs.
This locomotive, the first of 40, was built at Brighton in March 1942, and withdrawn in May 1964. Some of the class were also built at Ashford, and all were completed in 1942.

Added by Peter Langsdale on 19 November 2012.
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