Drmmond class P14, 5 locomotives built.
Weight 74 tons 13; Pressure: 175psi; Cyls(4): 15x26; DW: 6ft; TE: 24,172lbs.
After a period of 15 years in both primary and secondary passenger duties, Richard Maunsell, who became Chief Mechanical Engineer of the newly formed Southern Railway in 1923, decided that the class needed to be rebuilt to conform with the general standardization of Southern locomotive classes. The P14s were reduced to kits of parts, which were utilised in creating a further batch of N15 (King Arthur Class) locomotives.
|BR #||SR #||London & South Western Railway #||Name||Built||Wdrn||1950 shed||Last shed||Notes||Photos|
|448||Dec 1910||Jan 1925|
|449||Dec 1910||Oct 1927|
|450||Jan 1911||Jan 1925|
|451||Feb 1911||Jan 1925|
|452||Feb 1911||Jan 1925|
Number of locomotives logged in this class is 5.
Number of locomotives with photos available in this class: 3.