1014Built: 20??4-6-0 - “County of Glamorgan”
County of Glamorgan

Shortly before Christmas 2004 agreement was reached with the Vale of Glamorgan Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund for the Great Western Society to acquire the frames of ‘Modified Hall’ 4-6-0 No.7927 ‘Willington Hall’ and the boiler from Stanier 8F 2-8-0 No.48518 to allow the recreation of a Hawksworth ‘County’ 10XX 4-6-0.

The new locomotive will become No.1014 ‘County of Glamorgan’ in recognition of the part played by Dai Woodham and the Barry scrapyard in securing such a rich heritage of preserved locomotives and making such a project possible.

1014 - 8th March 1964 1014 - 17th December 1963

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Wheel Arrangement 4 - 6 - 0
Cylinders (2) 18. 5 inches x 30 inches
Driving wheel diameter 6 feet 3 inches
Tractive Effort 32,600 lbs
Weight 76 tons 17 cwt
Coal Capacity  
Water Capacity  
Route Availability Red
Power Class  
Boiler typeNon - GWR
Boiler pressure 
Barrel maximum dia. 
Barrel length 
Area of firegrate 28.8 sq ft
Heating surfaces, firebox 
Heating surfaces, tubes 
Superheater AreaNone
CURRENT STATUS: Under Construction

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