Renumbered 19 on 16 August under the LNER renumbering scheme, it was renumbered by British Railways on 10 October , after nationalisation. A Pacific locomotive to the same design by Nigel Gresley as the more famous A4 Mallard and one of the 35 strong class, it is one of six to survive into preservation and is one of three currently certified for mainline use. In preservation, the locomotive has also worn the identities of a number of its scrapped classmates, including the first of the A4 class Silver Link and most recently as Dominion of New Zealand. Like the other members of its class, Bittern has worn many liveries throughout its career. When released to traffic on 18 December , Bittern was wearing the garter blue livery that was standard for LNER A4 Pacific locomotives at that time.
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LNER Encyclopedia: The Gresley A4 Pacifics
Very exciting news! The turntable will be installed at Barry as part of their plan to turn it into a mainline destination. The Tank No. The acquisition of this engine further helps us meet our objectives of owning a sufficient number of engines to safeguard the long term future of the railway and reduce reliance on hiring locomotives from 3rd parties. All we need now is the missing bits! Any offers gratefully received, we'd love to hear from you!
HORNBY Loco R3771 LNER, A4 Class, 4-6-2, 4464 'Bittern' - Era 11
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