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Broad Gauge No.155 locomotive

No.155

South Australian Railways broad gauge No.155 was acquired upon takeover of the Glenelg and South Coast Tramway by the South Australian Railways. It was never given a classification.

Class:No.155
Builder:Dubs & Co. - Glasgow, Scotland
Introduced:1894
Number in Class:1
Wheel Arrangement:2-4-0 tank (1′B T)
Driving Wheel Diameter:3 ft. 1 in.
Cylinders:Number:2
-Position on frame:Outside
-Diameter x stroke:9 in. x 15 in.
Heating Surface:Tubes:303 square feet
-Firebox:26.1 square feet
-Grate Area:5.2 square feet
Boiler Pressure:130 lbs p.s.i.
Tractive Effort:2,870 lbs
Coal Capacity:8 cwt
Water Capacity:218 gallons
Weight in Working Order:15 tons 19 cwt
Overall Length22 ft. 5¾ in.

154

"Dubs & Co." built 2-4-0 tank type broad gauge steam locomotive.

1879Entered service on Glenelg & South Coast Tramway as "No.2". Built by Dubs & Co., builders No.1197. Landed at Port Adelaide on 30.1.1879 [nrm]
1880Sold to Adelaide Glenelg & Suburban Railway Company, became their "No.7". [nrm]
1882Sold to Grange Railway, became their "No.2". [nrm]
1.1.1893Entered service as "No.155" on South Australian Railways following purchase of Grange Railway. [nrm]
26.7.1905Condemned [nrm]