British Railways (1893), facing 109.. Designer: A. F. Aspinall. Source: Pattinson,
A good deal of the local and short-distance passenger work is performed by a very useful class of tank engine with leading and driving wheels coupled 5 ft. Sin. in diameter, and with 17.} in. by 26 in. cylinders. Another class has recently been built for the heaviest suburban work with cylinders 18 in. by 26 in., wheels 5 ft. 7 in. in diameter, and front and hind radial axles. The company's locomotive works are at Horwich. The brake used is the Automatic Vacuum. 
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Pattinson, J. Peabody. British Railways: Their Passenger Service, Rolling Stock, Locomotives, Gradients, and Express Speeds. London: Cassell, 1893. Internet Archive version of a copy in the Stanford University library. Web. 26 January 2013.
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