GWR 2201 Class

Infobox Locomotive
powertype=Steam
name = GWR 2201 Class


caption =
designer = William Dean
builder = GWR
builddate = 1881 to 1882
totalproduction = 20
whytetype = 2-4-0
gauge = RailGauge|4ft8.5in
leadingsize =
driversize = convert|6|ft|6|in|abbr=on
length =
weight =
fueltype = coal
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cylindercount = two inside
cylindersize = 17 in x 24 in
(432 mm x 610 mm)
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The GWR 2201 Class was a class of standard gauge 2-4-0 steam locomotive designed by William Dean for express passenger service on the Great Western Railway [MacDermot E.T. "History of the Great Western Railway, volume 2, 1863-1921", Ian Allan 1964 (reprinted 1982), page 289, ISBN 0 7110 0412 9] . They were numbered 2201-2220.

Members of the class were in use on the Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway around 1910 [ [http://www.gwr.org.uk/nodns2.html The Didcot, Newbury and Southampton Railway (2) ] ] .

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