Joseph Armstrong GWR Hawthorn Class 2-4-0 broad gauge locomotives introduced in 1865 as a development of the Victoria class.
Cyl: 16 x 24; DW: 6 ft.
10 locomotivese rebuilt as 2-4-0T/ST in 1877, Cyl: 17 x 24; DW: 5 ft.
|BR #||GWR #||Great Western Railway: Broad Gauge #||Name||Built||Wdrn||1950 shed||Last shed||Notes||Photos|
|Beyer||1865||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1887.|
|Bury||1865||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.|
|Cerberus||1866||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.|
|Hedley||1865||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892. Used as a stationary boiler at Conwil Quarry 1893 to 1905 when it was moved to Neath and worked there until 1914. Finally cut up in 1929.|
|Melling||1865||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine in 1877, withdrawn 1892.|
|Ostrich||1865||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine.|
|Penn||1866||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.|
|Pollux||1866||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.|
|Roberts||1865||1887||Rebuilt as tank engine.|
|Stewart||1866||1877||Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.|
Number of locomotives logged in this class is 26.
Number of locomotives with photos available in this class: 2.