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Broad Gauge A-class 2-4-0 well tank locomotives

A 1, 19 and 20

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The A-class 2-4-0 well tank locomotives were built for general service on the South Australian Railways broad gauge system.

Class:A
Builder:Robert Stephenson & Co. - Newcastle on Tyne, England
Introduced:1868
Number in Class:3
Wheel Arrangement:2-4-0 Well Tank (1′B T)
Driving Wheel Diameter:5 ft.
Cylinders:Number:2
-Position on frame:Outside
-Diameter x stroke:14 in. x 22 in.
Heating Surface:Tubes:751.6 square feet
-Firebox:65.9 square feet
-Grate Area:11.7 square feet
Boiler Pressure:130 lbs p.s.i.
Tractive Effort:7,940 lbs
Coal Capacity:13 cwt 3 qtr
Water Capacity:225 gallons
Weight in Working Order:30 tons 4 cwt
Maximum Axle Load:10 tons 15 cwt
Overall Length26 ft. 6 in.

A 1

"Robert Stephenson & Co." built 2-4-0 Well Tank type broad gauge steam locomotive.
12.1873Entered service as "A 1". Built by Robert Stephenson & Co., builders No.2108. Arrived on ship "Dunkeld" [nrm]
5.1889Rebuilt [nrm]
4.11.1924Condemned [nrm]

loco A19 Port Dock - loco A19

A 19

"Robert Stephenson & Co." built 2-4-0 Well Tank type broad gauge steam locomotive.
9.1868Entered service as "A 19". Built by Robert Stephenson & Co., builders No.1827. Arrived on ship "Carnaquheen" [nrm]
12.1883Rebuilt [nrm]
1911Rebuilt [nrm]
10.7.1923Condemned [nrm]

A 20

"Robert Stephenson & Co." built 2-4-0 Well Tank type broad gauge steam locomotive.
10.1868Entered service as "A 1". Built by Robert Stephenson & Co., builders No.1828. Arrived on ship "Carnaquheen" [nrm]
1893Condemned [nrm]



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