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Numbers Carried
Company Number Date From
Hull & Barnsley Railway 27 m/e 01/1914
North Eastern Railway 3027 y/e 1923
London and North Eastern Railway (1924) 2419 m/e 08/1924
London and North Eastern Railway (1946) 9114 on 20/01/1946
British Railways 69114 m/e 09/1948

Locomotive Specifics
Designer M. Stirling
Class N13
Company History HBR/LNER
Rebuild History
ClassFrom
N1301/1914
Wheels 0-6-2T
Order Number No Order ID issued
Works Number 3012
Fittings (as built)
Engine Brakes Steam Brake
To Service During 01/1914
Withdrawal Mon 22/10/1956 off Neville Hill (50B)
Service Life 42 yrs, 9 mths , 21 dys

Allocations
Code Name From Date
  (New) m/e 01/1914
NEV Neville Hill on 01/01/1948
   Withdrawn on 22/10/1956

SLS Allocations*
Type Code Name From Date
WDN   on 22/10/1956

* Stephenson Locomotive Society data - raw and not yet cross-referenced
Modifications
Date Modified Modification
12/1930 LNER Diagram 71B Boiler Fitted


Mentions ...
Report Date Title Report Source
22/10/1956 The last of the Hull & Barnsley locomotives The withdrawal of 0-6-2T No. 69114 on 22/10/1956, is of more than ordinary interest, for not only was L.N.E.R. Class N13 thereby rendered extinct, but the engine was the last survivor of the old Hull & Barnsley stock of 186 locomotives (built 1885-1915). On the H. & B. line they were known as Class F3, and as usual with Stirling engines, had domeless boilers. After becoming N.E. property in 1922, domed boilers were provided as the engines went through the shops. They were built by Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. in 1913/14, makers nos. 3008-3017, with 18' x 26' cylinders, 4' 6' coupled wheels, and the weight in working order 61 tons 9 cwts. Particulars of their numbers, etc., are appended:-
H. & B. No. N.E. No. L.N.E. Nos.B.R. No.Wdn.
1330132405, 9110 ( 7.46)-6.48
1530152407, 9111 (11.46)69111 (5.49)8.52
1830182410, 9112 ( 6.46)69112 (1.50)11.52
2330232415, 9113 (11.46)69113 (12.49)5.53
2730272419, 9114 ( 1.46)69114 (9.48)10.56
15231522533, 9115 (11.46)69115 (9.50)5.55
15331532534, 9116 (11.46)69116 (10.51)12.54
15431542535, 9117 (10.46)69117 (6.50)7.55
15531552536, 9118 (10.46)E9118 (2.48), 69118 (8.50)5.52
15631562537, 9119 ( 9.46)69119 (7.50)7.55

The works numbers were in order of running numbers as tabulated, the five replacements of old engines being dated 1913, and the capital stock additions 1914. All ten became B.R. stock, only one not receiving its new number (69110). In recent years the class was divided between Springhead and Neville Hill, No. 69114 finishing its duties at the latter depot.
SLS/195705

Summary
Date Event Details Source See Also
01/1914 To Service To service as Hull & Barnsley Railway Number 27    
1923 Renumbered Renumbered to 3027    
08/1924 Renumbered Renumbered to 2419    
12/1930 Modification Modification: LNER Diagram 71B Boiler Fitted    
20/01/1946 Renumbered Renumbered to 9114    
01/01/1948 Allocation Allocation Snapshot - Neville Hill (NEV)    
09/1948 Renumbered Renumbered to 69114    
22/10/1956 Withdrawn Condemned as 69114 from Neville Hill (50B)    

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