GNR Class J13
The LNER reclassified them J52. They also introduced two subclasses, J52/1 for the rebuilt engines and J52/2 for the originals.
One, 8846 was privately preserved by Bill Smith in 1959 and became the first locomotive to be privately preserved from BR. In 1980 it was donated to the National Railway Museum. It is expected that the locomotive will bear its original GNR Livery.
|Locomotives of the London and North Eastern Railway|
|Pre-grouping railway designs|
|Great Central Railway:||A5 - B18 - D11 - J11 - O4|
|Great Eastern Railway:||J65 - J16 - J17 - Y5 - J17 - N7 - ?? - J69 - B12 - J66 - D13 - E4 - J15 - J70|
|Great North of Scotland Railway:||D40|
|Great Northern Railway:||C1 - C2 - J6 - J52 - K3 - N2|
|North British Railway:||D34 - J36 - Y9|
|North Eastern Railway:||B16 - E5 - D17 - J21 - J27 - J72 - Q6 - Q7 - X1 - Y7|
|Gresley:||A1 - A3 - A4 - A8 - B17 -D49 - J38 - J39 - J50 - K4 - P1 - P2 - U1 - V1 - V2 - V3 - V4 - W1||Thompson:||A2 - B1 - B2 - K1 - K5 - L1 - O1 - Q1||Peppercorn:||A1 - A2 - A6- A7 A9 - K1 -||Raven:||A2 - H1|