LSWR Class S15

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838 at Salisbury 1949.
Preserved No. 825 at Pickering, October 2005.
Preserved No. 828.

The London and South Western Railway Class S15 is a class of 4-6-0 steam locomotive designed for freight work. They were designed by Robert Urie and 20 were built in 1920. Construction continued after the 1923 grouping by the Southern Railway under Richard Maunsell, who added an additional 25 engines in 1926/7.

No fewer than seven S15s have been preserved.

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Locomotives of the Southern Railway
Maunsell: H15 - Lord Nelson - N15 (King Arthur) - N15X - Q - V (Schools) - U - U1 - W - Z
Bulleid: Leader - Merchant Navy - Q1 - USA - West Country/Battle of Britain