North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Excluding No. This continued by officially naming the B1s the Antelope class, although they also acquired the unofficial name of Bongoes after Bongo. Clogging was actually worse than the self-cleaning smokebox grid design, due to the smaller area of the spark arrestor. B17 Sandringham class introduced by Gresley in The 3mm Society produce a kit of the B1 for 3mm scale. Two boys have school satchels, so presumably the photo was taken late afternoon after school had finished. One of these boilers was lucky enough to make it to Barry Scrapyard.
This led to the fact that the Class B1 contained the shortest name given to a British locomotive ((6) Gnu) and one of the longest.
B1 – LNER Thompson Antelope – Preserved British Steam Locomotives
LNER Thompson Class B1 is a preserved British steam locomotive. In preservation, it has carried the LNER-derived number and the name. Initially designated "Class B", they had been reclassified to Class B1 by the time B1s were named after construction, and carried the names of LNER directors.
Hence the number of B1s in service peaked at and not the intended Two boys have school satchels, so presumably the photo was taken late afternoon after school had finished.
The North Eastern Section was responsible for the running-in of the original batch of ten B1s, but these were quickly moved to other regions.
Video: Lner class b1 names LNER Thompson Class B1 61306 Struggles to leave Gloucester
Laminated bearing springs were also replaced with helical springs. The V2 engines were known to have hauled the Bournemouth Belle and trains east and west of Salisbury.
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|It was designed by Edward Thompson.
Self-cleaning smokeboxes were trialed inand they were also fitted to Nos. This was especially important in the wartime conditions of the time. Construction of these locomotives was much quicker than the original batch of ten. It was withdrawn from service at Dunfermline Upper in November
LNER Encyclopedia The Thompson B1 'Antelope' Class
Thompson general purpose 2-cylinder 's with 6'2" wheels built between They replaced G.N.R., G.C.R., and N.E.R. Common Name: Springbok BR/LNER Class B1 No. Here LNER B1 brings a train from Sheffield, which has just emerged from Mansfield Road.
Built for mixed traffic duties during the strict conditions of World War 2, the B1s were Thompson's take on a 2-cylinder general purpose.
Note that 'Hadrians Roman Wall' ran through this north part of the shed exactly in the position where the loco is standing.
Diameter: 5ft 6in Pressure: psi Diagram No. Groom collection for permission to use the above photograph of BR No.
Excluding No. Over time, the GE Section tended to overload the B1s and they would be replaced on the heavier routes by the BR Standard Britannia class pacifics when these arrived in To the left and right of the engine are the sheer cuttings in the sandstone - the station platforms were a long way below street level, especially at the north end.