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Broad Gauge S-class 4-4-0 locomotives

S 11, 13, 14, 17, 26, 50, 127 to 137, 154

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S11 S13 S14 S17 S26
S50 S127 to S137 S154

The S-class 4-4-0 type locomotives were built for general service on the South Australian Railways broad gauge system.

Class:S
Builder:James Martin & Co. - Gawler, South Australia
Introduced:1894
Number in Class:18
Wheel Arrangement:4-4-0 (2′B 2′2′)
Driving Wheel Diameter:6 ft. 6 in.
Cylinders:Number:2
-Position on frame:Inside
-Diameter x stroke:18 in. x 24 in.
Heating Surface:Tubes:1,038 square feet
-Firebox:100.24 square feet
-Grate Area:17.37 square feet
Boiler Pressure:150 lbs p.s.i.
Tractive Effort:12,711 lbs
Coal Capacity:7 tons 16 cwt
4 tons 18 cwt 3qtr (6 wheel tender)
Water Capacity:4,120 gallons
2,040 gallons (6 wheel tender)
Weight in Working Order:82 tons 2 cwt
Maximum Axle Load:12 tons 15 cwt
Overall Length57 ft. 5/8 in.

S 11

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

15.9.1903Entered service as "S 11". Built by James Martin, builders No.176. Issued with a 6-wheeled tender [nrm]
9.6.1959Condemned [nrm]
9.1960Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 13

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

19.10.1903Entered service as "S 13". Built by James Martin, builders No.177. (Duplicate Builders No.) [nrm]
1915Rebuilt [nrm]
8.1956Condemned [nrm]
7.10.1960Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 14

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

10.11.1903Entered service as "S 14". Built by James Martin, builders No.178.(Duplicate Builders No.) Issued with a 6-wheeled tender. [nrm]
9.6.1959Condemned [nrm]
2.1961Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 17

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

30.11.1903Entered service as "S 17". Built by James Martin, builders No.179. Issued with a 6-wheeled tender. [nrm]
14.4.1960Condemned [nrm]
2.1981Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 26

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

27.2.1894Entered service as "S 26". Built by James Martin, builders No.71. [nrm]
14.4.1960Condemned [nrm]
6.9.1961Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]
loco S50

S 50

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

22.12.1903Entered service as "S 50". Built by James Martin, builders No.180. Issued with a 6-wheeled tender. [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
3.1956Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 127

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

26.2.1894Entered service as "S 127". Built by James Martin, builders No.72. [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
3.1956Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 128

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

19.3.1894Entered service as "S 128". Built by James Martin, builders No.73. [nrm]
5.3.1936Painted green for State Centenary Train[nrm]
9.6.1959Condemned [nrm]
14.10.1961Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 129

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

17.4.1894Entered service as "S 129". Built by James Martin, builders No.74. [nrm]
23-1-1956Condemned [nrm]
3.1956Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 130

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

24.4.1894Entered service as "S 130". Built by James Martin, builders No.75. [nrm]
1901Used on Royal Train for Duke of Yoork. [nrm]
5.7.1918Worked first train to Clare [nrm]
29.2.1936Painted green for State Centenary Train [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
4.1956Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 131

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

27.4.1894Entered service as "S 131". Built by James Martin, builders No.76. [nrm]
25.10.1907Collided with K 60 at Gawler [nrm]
15.4.1954Specially painted for Goolwa Centenary [nrm]
9.6.1959Condemned [nrm]
2.1961Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 132

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

19.10.1894Entered service as "S 132". Built by James Martin, builders No.93. [nrm]
4.6.1957Condemned [nrm]
21.9.1960Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 133

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

24.10.1894Entered service as "S 133". Built by James Martin, builders No.94. [nrm]
8.2.1923Superheated [nrm]
31.5.1933Superheating removed [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
4.1956Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 134

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

14.11.1894Entered service as "S 134". Built by James Martin, builders No.95. [nrm]
27.12.1956Condemned [nrm]
13.9.1961Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 135

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

27.11.1894Entered service as "S 135". Built by James Martin, builders No.96. [nrm]
1920Used on Royal Train for Prince of Wales [nrm]
23.1.1956Condemned [nrm]
4.1956Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]
loco S136

S 136

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

7.12.1904Entered service as "S 136". Built by James Martin, builders No.97. [nrm]
14.4.1960Condemned [nrm]
2.1961Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 137

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

20.12.1904Entered service as "S 137". Built by James Martin, builders No.98. [nrm]
27.12.1956Condemned [nrm]
19.8.1960Cut up at Islington Workshops [nrm]

S 154

"James Martin" built 4-4-0 type broad gauge steam locomotive.

1.2.1904Entered service as "S 154". Built by James Martin, builders No.181. [nrm]
9.12.1925Fitted with electric lights [nrm]
21.3.1934Fitted with auto couplers [nrm]
20.9.1934Fitted with speed recorder [nrm]
15.5.1937Fitted with whistle on steam dome [nrm]
-In collision with 706 at Port Wakefield [nrm]
10.1942Condemned [nrm]