Fletcher NER class 124, an 0-6-0WT virsion of the BTP 0-4-4WT.
Weight 44 tons 12; Pressure: 160psi; Cyls: 17x24; DW: 4 ft 9; TE: 16,549 lbs.
DW were 4 ft 6 initially, and some were altered to 4 ft 9.
Side tanks were added by Jul 1904. The small cabs led to complaints of exessive heat on the footplates due to rear end of the engines being a comressed version of the BTPs, resulting in a short cab and bunker with only a small well tank.
|BR #||LNER #||North Eastern Railway #||Name||Built||Wdrn||1950 shed||Last shed||Notes||Photos|
|124||Aug1881||Feb 1925||ABD - Aberdeen Ferryhill|
|171||Feb1882||Oct 1927||DAR - Darlington|
|211||Mar1882||Jul 1928||SBK - Starbeck(Harrogate)||Rebuilt with a saddle tank, though only for a short time before attaining side tanks.|
|598||Feb1882||Nov 1926||-||Sold to G.Cohen (dispatched 2 April 1927) and named Ajax. Scrapped in 1944.|
|609||Jul 1881||Jul 1911||Gateshead|
|610||Aug 1881||May 1917||Blaydon|
Number of locomotives logged in this class is 12.
Number of locomotives with photos available in this class: 6.