Highland Railway Strath Class
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|Highland Railway Strath or D class|
Twelve were built by Neilson and Company and delivered between May and July 1892.
They were identical to the class E Clyde Bogies apart from having boilers of a larger diameter which allowed an increased heating surface.
|HR No.||Name||LMS No.||Withdrawn||Notes|
|90||Tweeddale||—||1923||Renamed Grandtully in 1897. Renumbered 90A in 1919|
|91||Strathspey||—||1923||Renumbered 91A in 1919|
|92||Strathdearn||14272||1930||Renamed Glendean at unknown date. Renumbered 92A in 1921|
|93||Strathnairn||—||1923||Renumbered 93A at unknown date.|
|94||Strathtay||14273||1924||LMS number never applied|
|96||Glentilt||—||1923||Renumbered 96A in 1922|
|97||Glenmore||—||1923||Renumbered 97A in 1922|
|99||Glentromie||—||1923||Renumbered 99A in 1922|
Transfer to LMS
- Baxter, Bertram (1984). Baxter, David (ed.). British Locomotive Catalogue 1825–1923, Volume 4: Scottish and remaining English Companies in the LMS Group. Ashbourne, Derbyshire: Moorland Publishing Company. pp. 193–194.
- Casserley, H. C. & Johnston, Stuart W. (1974) . Locomotives at the Grouping 3: London, Midland and Scottish Railway. Shepperton, Surrey: Ian Allan. p. 136. ISBN 0-7110-0554-0.