The LNER 0-6-2 Locomotives
The 0-6-2T configuration was a versatile type with designs for suburban workings as well as freight and shunting. The LNER acquired 529 examples at Grouping (1923) - more than any other tank type other than the 0-6-0T - contributed by each of its seven major constituent companies apart from the GNSR. They were particularly popular on the GCR, which had over 200. A further three were acquired with the absoption of the E&WYUR. No new classes were introduced by the LNER, but two 0-6-2T classes were adopted as standard types. A total of 619 survived to Nationalisation (1948).
|Class||Builder||Designer||First Built||Last Withdrawal||Comments|
|N19||Manning & Wardle||1899||1922||E&WYUR|