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Narrow Gauge T-class 4-8-0 locomotives

T 23 to 24, 44 to 48, 50 to 51, 180 to 186, 197 to 258

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T23 to T24 T44 to T48 T50 to T151 T180 to T186
T197 to T206 T207 to T216 T217 to T226 T227 to T236
T237 to T246 T247 to T258

The T class 4-8-0 type locomotives were the main stay of the South Australian Railways narrow gauge system.

Class:T
Builder:South Australian Railways, Islington workshops
James Martin, Gawler, South Australia.
Walkers Ltd, Maryborough, Queensland
Introduced:1903
Number in Class:78
Wheel Arrangement:4-8-0 (2′D 2′2′)
Driving Wheel Diameter:3 ft. 7 in.
Cylinders:Number:2
-Position on frame:Outside
-Diameter x stroke:16½ in. x 22 in.
Valve Gear:Stephenson
Heating Surface:Tubes:939 square feet
-Superheater:136 square feet
-Firebox:109 square feet
-Grate Area:17.3 square feet
Boiler Pressure:185 lbs p.s.i.
Tractive Effort:21,904 lbs
Coal Capacity:8 tons
Water Capacity:2,500 gallons
Weight in Working Order:78 tons 8 cwt
Maximum Axle Load:8 tons 17 cwt
Overall Length52 ft. 11 in.

T 23

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
23.2.1909Entered service as "T 23". Built by James Martin, builders No.189.[nrm]
-Worked on Port Lincoln and Peterborough Divisions.[nrm]
-Fitted with a 300 class Garratt whistle during final service.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 24

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.3.1909Entered service as "T 24". Built by James Martin, builders No.190.[nrm]
7.1953Transferred from South East District to Peterborough Division.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 44

"South Australian Railways Islington" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
20.3.1907Entered service as "T 44". Built by South Australian Railways Islington, builders No.5.[nrm]
9.1953Transferred from South East Division to Peterborough Division[nrm]
18.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 45

"South Australian Railways Islington" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.4.1907Entered service as "T 45". Built by South Australian Railways Islington, builders No.6.[nrm]
7.11.1934To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
1.5.1969Worked last Port Lincoln Division main line steam train to Kapinnie and return to Port Lincoln.[nrm]
22.6.1970Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
-To Sims Metals.[nrm]

T 46 -- NMA 50 -- T 46

"South Australian Railways Islington" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
26.3.1907Entered service as "T 46". Built by South Australian Railways Islington, builders No.7.[nrm]
3.1925To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
2.1942To Peterborough.[nrm]
4.1942Hired for use on the Central Australia Railway to Commonwealth Railways - Renumbered "NMA50".[nrm]
1943Returned to South Australian Railways[nrm]
3.1946Transferred to South East Division.[nrm]
7.1953To Peterborough.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 47

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
1.5.1909Entered service as "T 47". Built by James Martin, builders No.191.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
17.6.1959Condemned[nrm]
1.8.1961Cut up at Islington.[nrm]

T 48

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
5.6.1909Entered service as "T 48". Built by James Martin, builders No.192.[nrm]
9.12.1960To Port Lincoln. Condemned.
22.6.1970Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
-Sold to Sims Metals.[nrm]

T 50 -- NMA 54 -- T 50

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.7.1909Entered service as "T 50". Built by James Martin, builders No.193.[nrm]
6.1935To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
5.1942To Peterborough and Hired for use on the Central Australia Railway to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
-Renumbered NMA54.[nrm]
1943Returned to South Australian Railways[nrm]
2.1946To Port Lincoln in February 1946.[nrm]
2.1962To Peterborough.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 51

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
5.8.1909Entered service as "T 51". Built by James Martin, builders No.194.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 180

"South Australian Railways Islington" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
13.2.1903Entered service as "T 180". Built by South Australian Railways Islington, builders No.4. - First T class built.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
11.1952To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
7.9.1967Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff & Sons.[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.196Cut up.[nrm]

T 181

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
7.7.1904Entered service as "T 181". Built by James Martin, builders No.182.[nrm]
8.1.1970Hauled last steam "Broken Hill Express".[nrm]
9.1.1970Condemned[nrm]
4.1972Exchanged for Silverton Tramway "W 23" at Broken Hill, named 'Lew E. Roberts'. Placed in Imperial Park Broken Hill.[nrm]

T 182

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
8.8.1904Entered service as "T 182". Built by James Martin, builders No.183.[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 183 -- Tx 276 -- T 183

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
28.8.1909Entered service as "T 183". Built by James Martin, builders No.195.[nrm]
27.11.1922Converted to broad gauge as "Tx 276"
3.10.1949Converted back to narrow gauge as "T 183"[nrm]
25.8.1932Superheated.[nrm]
7.11.1963Fitted automatic couplers.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 184

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
27.9.1909Entered service as "T 184". Built by James Martin, builders No.196.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 185

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
5.11.1909Entered service as "T 185". Built by James Martin, builders No.197.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
4.1953To South East Division.[nrm]
6.1956To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
18.11.1963To Peterborough.[nrm]
5.1.1970Last narrow gauge steam engine to work from Terowie.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 186

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.12.1909Entered service as "T 186". Built by James Martin, builders No.198.[nrm]
9.1.1970Hauled last narrow gauge regular goods train from Quorn to Peterborough[nrm]
18.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
23.7.1976To Pichi Richi Railway Quorn, ex Islington workshops.[nrm]
18.9.1976Re-entered service with Pichi Richi Railway, Quorn.[nrm]

T 197

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.12.1911Entered service as "T 197". Built by James Martin, builders No.199.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
9.1954To South East District.[nrm]
-Last T in service on South East District.[nrm]
8.11.1957To Port Lincoln[nrm]
9.7.1964Condemned[nrm]
Sold to A. G. Sims.[nrm]
-Cut up at Port Lincoln.[nrm]

T 198

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
26.1.1912Entered service as "T 198". Built by James Martin, builders No.200.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

Islington - loco T199 on wellwagon after conversion from Tx

T 199 -- Tx 277 -- T 199

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive. on . (888,307
4.3.1912Entered service as "T 199". Built by James Martin, builders No.201.[nrm]
27.3.1923Converted to broad gauge as "Tx277"[nrm]
20.9.1933Superheated.[nrm]
6.4.1949Converted back to narrow gauge as "T 199"[nrm]
8.10.1967Last T class to work with Commonwealth Railways. locomotive NM34[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
12.1973Placed in Victoria Park, Peterborough.[nrm]
24.3.1980To Peterborough locomotive depot for Steamtown Peterborough.[nrm]

T 200

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
29.4.1912Entered service as "T 200". Built by James Martin, builders No.202.[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
14.10.1972Cut up Islington.[nrm]

T 201

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
5.6.1912Entered service as "T 201". Built by James Martin, builders No.203.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
9.1953Ex South East District[nrm]
17.6.1959Condemned[nrm]
8.1961Cut up Islington[nrm]

T 202

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
17.7.1912Entered service as "T 202". Built by James Martin, builders No.204.[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned at Peterborough[nrm]

T 203

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
23.8.1912Entered service as "T 203". Built by James Martin, builders No.205.[nrm]
-Worked South East District.[nrm]
5.1956To Port Lincoln Division[nrm]
2.2.1967Condemned[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff &Sons.[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 204

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.9.1912Entered service as "T 204". Built by James Martin, builders No.206.[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 205

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.10.1912Entered service as "T 205". Built by James Martin, builders No.207.[nrm]
17.6.1959Condemned[nrm]
8.1961Cut up Islington.[nrm]

T 206

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.12.1912Entered service as "T 206". Built by James Martin, builders No.208.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
17.1.1963Automatic couplers fitted.[nrm]

T 207

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.1.1913Entered service as "T 207". Built by James Martin, builders No.209.[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.1956To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
31.10.1968Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff &Sons[nrm]
3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 208

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
10.3.1913Entered service as "T 208". Built by James Martin, builders No.210.[nrm]
5.1939To South East District.[nrm]
9.1953To Peterborough.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 209

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.4.1913Entered service as "T 209". Built by James Martin, builders No.211.[nrm]
5.1.1925To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
-Sold to Sims Metal.[nrm]
22.6.1970Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]

T 210

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
13.5.1913Entered service as "T 210". Built by James Martin, builders No.212.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.1956To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
18.9.1967Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff & Sons[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

9.1963, Gordon Siding - Quorn to Hawker - T211 on goods train 9.1963, Gordon Siding - Quorn to Hawker - T211 on goods train

T 211

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
24.6.1913Entered service as "T 211". Built by James Martin, builders No.213.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 212 -- NMA 52 -- T 212

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
14.7.1913Entered service as "T 212". Built by James Martin, builders No.214.[nrm]
6.1929To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
2.1942To Peterborough.[nrm]
5.1942Hired for use on the Central Australia Railway to Commonwealth Railways as "NMA52".[nrm]
1943Returned to South Australian Railways
11.1946To Port Lincoln[nrm]
28.10.1966Condemned at Port Lincoln with non-extended smokebox.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff & Sons.[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 213

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
8.8.1913Entered service as "T 213". Built by James Martin, builders No.215.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 214

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
3.9.1913Entered service as "T 214". Built by James Martin, builders No.216.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
2.1958To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
22.6.1970Condemne at Port Lincoln.d[nrm]
-Sold to Sims Metals.[nrm]

T 215

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
8.10.1913Entered service as "T 215". Built by James Martin, builders No.217.[nrm]
17.6.1959Condemned[nrm]
8.1961Cut up Islington.[nrm]

T 216

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
3.11.1913Entered service as "T 216". Built by James Martin, builders No.218.[nrm]
25.2.1925To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
1964Rolled over at Karkarook.[nrm]
28.10.1966Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff & Sons.[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 217

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
28.11.1913Entered service as "T 217". Built by James Martin, builders No.219.[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.12.1960To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
31.10.1968Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff & Sons[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 218

"James Martin" built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.12.1913Entered service as "T 218". Built by James Martin, builders No.220.[nrm]
1943Collided with Commonwealth Railways NM class at Farina.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 219

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
13.5.1914Entered service as "T 219". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.219. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
11.1920Sold to Tasmanian Government Railways - In service 3.3.1921.[nrm]
7.1931Superheated.[nrm]
16.8.1957Condemned as Tasmanian Government Railways "T 219"[nrm]

T 220 -- Tx 280 -- T 220

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.6.1914Entered service as "T 220". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.220. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
20.7.1923Converted to broad gauge as "Tx 280".[nrm]
20.4.1949Converted to narrow gauge as "T 220".[nrm]
11.5.1932Superheated.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough[nrm]

T 221

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
27.5.1914Entered service as "T 221". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.221. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
16.7.1963Condemned[nrm]
2.10.1964Cut up Islington.[nrm]

T 222

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
19.5.1914Entered service as "T 222". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.222. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
8.1921Sold to Tasmanian Government Railways.[nrm]
15.8.1928Superheated.[nrm]
8.1956Stored[nrm]
26.4.1960Condemned as Tasmanian Government Railways "T 222"[nrm]

T 223

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.6.1914Entered service as "T 223". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.226. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
8.1921Sold to Tasmanian Government Railways.[nrm]
26.12.1929Superheated.[nrm]
2.5.1958Condemned as Tasmanian Government Railways "T 223"[nrm]

T 224

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
2.6.1914Entered service as "T 224". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.224. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1941-1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
11.1971Sold to National Trust.[nrm]
21.2.1972To National Trust Museum, Millicent.[nrm]

T 225

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.7.1914Entered service as "T 225". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.225. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
11.3.1935Worked South East District[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned.[nrm]

T 226

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
15.7.1914Entered service as "T 226". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.226. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1941-1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
11.5.1944Involved in accident at Puttapa (Copley) with NM24.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough[nrm]

T 227

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
21.7.1914Entered service as "T 227". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.227. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 228

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
23.7.1914Entered service as "T 228". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.228. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
27.1.1963Automatic couplers fitted.[nrm]

T 229

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
4.8.1914Entered service as "T 229". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.229. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
8.9.1928To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
2.2.1967Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
-Sold to Jeff & Sons.[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 230

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
11.8.1914Entered service as "T 230". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.230. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
8.1921Sold to Tasmanian Government Railways.[nrm]
23.4.1931Superheated.[nrm]
17.9.1958Condemned as Tasmanian Government Railways "T 230"[nrm]

T 231

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
30.7.1914Entered service as "T 231". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.231.Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
21.11.1924To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
9.7.1964Condemned[nrm]
-Sold to Sims Metal.[nrm]

T 232

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".
24.8.1914Entered service as "T 232". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.232.[nrm]
1.8.1938To South East District[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 233

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
28.8.1914Entered service as "T 233". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.233. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
9.7.1964Condemned[nrm]
17.10.1964Cut up.[nrm]

T 234

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
3.9.1914Entered service as "T 234". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.234. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1945Transferred to Port Lincoln.[nrm]
22.6.1970Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
-Sold to Sims Metal.[nrm]

T 235

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
8.9.1914Entered service as "T 235". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.235. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
26.8.1963Condemned as Tasmanian Government railways "T 235".[nrm]
11.1920Sold to Tasmanian Government Railways - In service 3.3.1921.[nrm]
10.10.1927Superheated.[nrm]

T 236

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
14.9.1914Entered service as "T 236". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.236. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
-Worked South East District.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]
9.1953To Peterbrough - ex South East.[nrm]

T 237

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive. 237
5.10.1914Entered service as "T 237". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.237. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
8.1921Sold to Tasmanian Government Railways.[nrm]
30.9.1930Superheated.[nrm]
26.4.1960Condemned as Tasmanian Government Railways "T 237".[nrm]

T 238

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
12.10.1914Entered service as "T 238". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.238. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
9.9.1961To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
31.10.1968Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff & Sons[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 239

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
9.11.1916Entered service as "T 239". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.264. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 240

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
15.11.1916Entered service as "T 240". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.265. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

22.10.1938 Terowi - T241 on west bound ewast-west express

T 241

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.1..1916Entered service as "T 241". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.266. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
-Worked South East District.[nrm]
18.8.1961To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
22.6.1970Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
-Sold to Sims Metal.[nrm]

T 242

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
27.11.1916Entered service as "T 242". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.267. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 243 -- Tx 279 -- T 243

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
4.12.1916Entered service as "T 243". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.268. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
21.6.1923Converted to broad gauge "Tx 279".[nrm]
11.10.1949Converted to narrow gauge as "T 243"[nrm]
4.6.1935Superheated.[nrm]
12.8.1952To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
1962To Peterborough[nrm]
12.10.1969Worked into Broken Hill.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 244

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
11.12.1916Entered service as "T 244". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.269. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1914On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
4.6.1942Returned to South Australian Railways[nrm]
1970Last narrow gauge shunting engine at Port Pirie.[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 245

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
18.12.1916Entered service as "T 245". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.270. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 246

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
21.12.1916Entered service as "T 246". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.271. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
29.10.1946To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
31.10.1968Condemned at Port Lincoln.[nrm]
29.1.1969Sold to Jeff & Sons.[nrm]
7.3.1969Transferred to T.A.Lumsden.[nrm]
by 2.6.1969Cut up.[nrm]

T 247

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
1.3.1917Entered service as "T 247". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.272. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 248

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
8.3.1917Entered service as "T 248". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.273. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough[nrm]

T 249

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
14.3.1917Entered service as "T 249". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.274. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 250

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
22.3.1917Entered service as "T 250". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.275. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1942On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned[nrm]

T 251

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
5.4.1917Entered service as "T 251". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.276. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
9.1.1970Last steam engine to Wilmington, and Gladstone shunter.[nrm]
19.11.1971To Geelong, Victoria, then to Queenscliffe, Victoria, for Bellarine Peninsula Railway.[nrm]

T 252 -- Tx 278 -- T 252

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
20.4.1917Entered service as "T 252". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.277. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
26.4.1923Converted to broad gauge as "Tx 278".[nrm]
3.5.1949Returned to narrow gauge as "T 252".[nrm]
18.12.1931Superheated.[nrm]
22.1.1963Automatic couplers fitted.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 253

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
8.8.1917Entered service as "T 253". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.278. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
24.11.1970From Peterborough, to Mile End Railway Museum.[nrm]

T 254

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
16.8.1917Entered service as "T 254". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.279. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
17.6.1959Condemned[nrm]
8.1961Cut up at Islington.[nrm]

T 255

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
23.8.1917Entered service as "T 255". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.280. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]

T 256 -- NMA 53 -- T 256

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
28.8.1917Entered service as "T 256". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.281. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]
3.11.1934To Port Lincoln.[nrm]
2.1942To Peterborough.[nrm]
6.1942Hired for use on the Central Australia Railway to Commonwealth Railways as "NMA 53".[nrm]
1943returned to South Australian Railways.

T 257

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
4.9.1917Entered service as "T 257". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.282. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1.5.1970Condemned[nrm]

T 258

"Walkers Ltd." built 4-8-0 type narrow gauge steam locomotive.
7.9.1917Entered service as "T 258". Built by Walkers Ltd., builders No.283. Arrived ex ship "Chillagoe".[nrm]
1941-42On loan to Commonwealth Railways.[nrm]
12.8.1969Condemned at Peterborough.[nrm]



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