GWR 6959 Class
The most obvious visual difference is that the steam pipes exit the smokebox slightly higher and from a frontal aspect, the leading pony truck has a solid bar across the front. Some of them were also equipped with flat, high-sided Hawksworth tenders.
They were numbered 6959-6999 and 7900-7929.
A total of 7 have survived to preservation.
|6960||Raveningham Hall||1944||?||Preserved at Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway|
|6984||Owsden Hall||1948||?||Preserved at Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway|
|6989||Wightwick Hall||1948||?||Preserved at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre|
|6990||Witherslack Hall||1948||?||Preserved at Birmingham Railway Museum|
|6998||Burton Agnes Hall||1949||?||Preserved at Didcot Railway Centre|
|7903||Foremarke Hall||1949||?||Preserved at Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway|
|7927||Willington Hall||1950||?||Dismantled for use in two new-build projects|
|Preserved GWR Modified Hall Class locomotives|
|Locomotives of the Great Western Railway|
|Broad gauge locomotives|
|Brunel:||Haigh Foundry - Mather, Dixon - Sharp, Roberts - Charles Tayleur - Hurricane - Thunderer|
|Gooch:||Ariadne - Banking - Bogie - Caesar - Firefly - Hercules - Iron Duke - Leo - Metropolitan - Premier - Prince - Pyracmon - Star - Sun - Victoria - Waverley|
|J. Armstrong:||Hawthorn - Rover - Sir Watkin - Standard Goods - Swindon - 1076 Class|
|Dean:||3001 Class - 3501 Class - 3541 Class - Experimental locomotives|
|Standard gauge locomotives|
|Dean:||Dean Goods - Aberdare - Dean Single - Duke - Bulldog - 3600 - Badminton|
|Churchward:||The Great Bear - 1361 - County Tank - 2800 - Saint - 3100 - City - County - Star - 4200 - 4300 - 4400 - 4500 - 4700|
|Collett:||1366 - 1400 - 2251 - 2884 - ex-ROD 2-8-0 - Earl - Castle - 4575 - Hall - 5101 - 5205 - 5400 - 5600 - 5700 - 5800 - King - 6100 - 6400 - Grange - 7200 - 7400 - Manor|
|Hawksworth:||County - 1500 - 1600 - Modified Hall - 9400|