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LB&SCR C1 class
Power type Steam
Designer William Stroudley
Builder LBSCR Brighton Works
Build date 1882 (6), 1884 (3), 1887 (3)
Configuration 0-6-0
UIC classification Cn
Driver diameter 60 in (1.524 m)
Wheelbase 15 ft 3 in (4.65 m) (loco)
Length 48 ft 7 in (14.81 m)
Locomotive weight 40.35 long tons (41.0 t)
Fuel type Coal
Fuel capacity 6.5 long tons (6.6 t)
Water capacity 2,520 imp gal (11,500 l)
Boiler pressure 150 psi (1.03 MPa)
Fire grate area 20.9 sq ft (1.94 m2)
Heating surface: Tubes 1,312 sq ft (121.9 m2)
Heating surface: Firebox 101 sq ft (9.4 m2)
Cylinders Two, inside
Cylinder size 18¼×26 in (464×660 mm)
Tractive effort 18,400 lbf (81.85 kN)
Career LB&SCR
Withdrawn 1907–1925
Disposition All scrapped

The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR} C1 class was a type of 0-6-0 freight steam locomotive designed by William Stroudley.

Construction and use

The twelve locomotives in the class were built by Brighton Works between 1882 and 1887, based upon Stroudley's disappointing C class 0-6-0 design of 1873–74, but incorporating a larger boiler. However, the new locomotives were not as successful as Stroudley's designs for passenger locomotives and no further examples were built. Their comparatively short lives were spent hauling freight trains on the LB&SCR. Most of the members of the class were withdrawn between 1907 and 1911, but two examples survived until 1920 and 1924 respectively.

Locomotive Summary

References

  • Bradley, D.L. (1969). Locomotives of the London Brighton and South Coast Railway: Part 1.. Railway Correspondence and Travel Society. 
  • Haresnape, Brian (1985). Stroudley Locomotives, a pictorial history. Shepperton, Surrey: Ian Allen Limited. ISBN 0 7110 1391 8. 
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