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Cogan Hall

Cogan Hall returns to Llangollen 12th April 2010

Pictures, Left to Right: On the low loader on the A5 on its way to Llangollen (Photo David Wilcock); In Llangollen Yard (Photos Dave Owen

Timeline

Below is a summary of the history of Cogan Hall.

Shed codes are in brackets.· 

     Dec-35 Completed in GWR Green w. Shirt button and 3500 Gallon Tender

·      Dec-35 Allocated to Penzance Shed (PZ)

·      ???-39 Reallocated to Cardiff Canton (CDF)

·      ???-xx Painted in GWR Unlined Black

·      Feb-45 Reallocated to Old Oak Common (PDN)

·      Oct-50 Reallocated to Southall (SHL)

·      Dec-54 Reallocated to Penzance (PZ / 83G)

·      Jul-55 Reallocated to Laira (83D)

·      Sep-55 Reallocated to Worcester (85A)

·      Aug-59 Reallocated to Hereford (86C)

·      Nov-63 Reallocated to Cardiff East Dock (88L)

·      May-65 Withdrawn after covering x,xxx,xxx miles

·      Jun-65 Sold to Woodhams Scrapyard, Barry

·      Sep-81 Becomes 136th loco saved from Barry, bought by Great Western Steam Locomotive Group, and moves to Gloucester Warwickshire Railway

·      ???-8x Moved to Swindon as part of railway display

·      ???-89 Moved to Llangollen Railway

·      ???-xx Moved to Oswestry

·      Nov-03 Moved to Llynclys as part of Cambrian Trust

·      Feb-10 Purchased by the 6880 Society

·      Apr-10 Returned to Llangollen

Researched by Jon Kerr (6880 Society)


Designer

Builder

Build Date

Total Production

Configuration

UIC Classification

Gauge

Leading Wheel Size

Driver Wheel Size

Minimum Curve


Length o/ Buffers

Width

Original Height

Axle Load

Weight on drivers

Weight

Tender Weight

Fuel Type

Coal Capacity

Water capacity

Boiler Type

Boiler Pressure

Fire Tubes: No. / Diam.

Flue tubes: No. / Diam.

Fire Grate Area

Heating Surface: Tubes & Flues

Heating Surface: Firebox

Superheater Tubes: No. / Diam.

Superheater Area

Boiler Max. Diam.

Boiler Min. Diam.

Boiler Length

Cylinders

Cylinder Size

Tractive Effort

Career

Power class

Number

Official name

Axle load class

First run

Withdrawn

Preserved


Charles Collett

GWR Swindon Works

1928–1943

259

4-6-0


1,435 mm (4 ft 812 in)

3 ft 0 in (0.91 m)

6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)

8 chains (530 ft; 160 m) normal,

7 chains (460 ft; 140 m) slow

63 feet 0-1/4 inches (19.20 m)

8 ft 11¼ in (2.72 m)

13 ft 3¼ in (4.04 m)

18 tons 19 cwt (42,400 lb/19.2 t)

57 tons 0 cwt (127,700 lb/57.9 t)

75 tons 0 cwt (168,000 lb/76.2 t)

46 tons 14 cwt (104,600 lb/47.4 t)

Coal

7 tons 0 cwt (15,700 lb/7.1 t)

4,000 imp gal (18,000 l)

GWR No1

225 lbf/in² (1,550 kPa; 15.8 kgf/cm2)

176 x 2 inches

14 x 5 1/8 inches

27.07 square feet (2.515 m2)

1,686.60 square feet (156.690 m2)

154.78 square feet (14.380 m2)

84 x 1 inch

262.62 square feet (24.398 m2)

5 feet 6 inches

4 feet 10 13/16 inches

14 feet 10 inches

Two, outside

18.5 in × 30 in (470 mm × 760 mm)

27,275 lbf (121,330 N)

GWR » BR

GWR: D, BR: 5MT

4900–4999, 5900–5999, 6900–6958

Hall

GWR: Red

1924

1960–1965

4920, 4930, 4936, 4942, 4953, 4965, 4979, 5900, 5952, 5967, 5972


GWR HALL CLASS LOCOMOTIVES

Cogan Hall in Llangollen Yard 23rd November 2013 shorn of several parts to be used in the building of No 6880 Betton Grange

Photo Joseph Wellsteed