Furness Railway steam locomotive 'Coppernob' 0-4-0, No 3, 1846

Made:
1846 in Liverpool
manufacturer:
Bury, Curtis and Kennedy
designer:
Edward Bury

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Furness Railway 0-4-0 No 3 Coppernob built 1846
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Furness Railway 0-4-0 No 3 Coppernob, built 1846.
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Steam locomotive and tender, No 3, 'Coppernob', 0-4-0, for Furness Railway, designed by E Bury, built by Bury, Curtis and Kennedy in 1846, withdrawn in 1900. Length over buffers: 37' 3"; width: 7' 4": weight: 19 1/2 tons; driving wheels 4' 9".

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Category:
Locomotives and Rolling Stock
Object Number:
1975-7015
Measurements:
length over buffers: 11354 mm,
driving wheel diameter: 1448 mm,
width: 2235 mm
weight: 19813kg
type:
steam locomotive
taxonomy:
credit:
British Rail, Clapham
status:
Permanent collection

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