Class Hawthorn 2-4-0

Class Details
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 #NameBuiltWdrn1950 shedLast shedNotesPhotos
Acheron18661887
Beyer18651877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1887.
Blenkensop18651892
Bury18651877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.
Cerberus18661877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.
Dewrance18651892
Fenton18651892
Foster18651876
Gooch18651892
Hackworth18651892
Hawk18651876
Hawthorn18651876
Hedley18651877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.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.
John Gray18651876
Melling18651877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.
Murdoch18651892
Ostrich18651877Rebuilt as tank engine.
Peacock18661875
Penn18661877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.
Phlegethon18661887
Pollux18661877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.
Roberts18651887Rebuilt as tank engine.
Sharp18661887
SlaughterAvonside/Slaughter/18651892
Stewart18661877Rebuilt as tank engine, withdrawn 1892.
Wood18661892

Number of locomotives logged in this class is 26.

Number of locomotives with photos available in this class: 0.