The CV & HR Locomotive No. 1
The Colne Valley & Halstead Railway (CV&HR) ordered this locomotive from Neilson & Co. in 1876, and took delivery later that year. The design was very similar to Johnson's 0-4-2Ts built by the GER and withdrawn in 1894. However, No. 1 had a cab, unlike Johnson's cab-less design.
In 1888, supplementary tanks were added, but these were removed in 1911. New boilers were fitted in 1894 and 1903.
The LNER scrapped No. 1 in August 1923. It was never allocated a class or new number.
|Boiler:||Diameter (max):||3ft 9.75in|
|Heating Surface:||Total:||753.15 sq.ft.|
|Grate Area:||12.7 sq.ft.|
|Total Wheelbase:||14ft 6in|
|Tractive Effort:||9,350 lb|
|Water Capacity:||850 gallons|
|Coal Capacity:||1t 5c|
No. 1 was scrapped in 1923, however the CV&HR has re-opened as the preserved Colne Valley Railway.
I am not aware of any models of CV&HR No. 1 in any scale.