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G&SWR 'Austrian Goods' 2-6-0

2-6-0+0-6-2

In the Whyte notation for the classification of steam locomotives by wheel arrangement, a 2-6-0+0-6-2 is a Garratt articulated locomotive using a pair of 2-6-0 power units back to back, with the boiler and cab suspended between them. The 2-6-0 arrangement has a single pair of leading wheels in a leading truck followed by six driving wheels (three pairs) rigidly mounted in the locomotive's frame. Since the 2-6-0 type was often called the "Mogul" type, the corresponding Garratt was sometimes known as a "double Mogul".

Other equivalent classifications are:
UIC classification: 1C+C1 (also known as German classification and Italian classification)
French classification: 130+031
Turkish classification: 34+34
Swiss classification: 3/4+3/4

This was the second Garratt type to appear after the 0-4-0+0-4-0, and was first used on the fourth through ninth Garratts constructed; these were a group of six locomotives of gauge constructed for the Western Australian Government Railways in 1911 as their Class M. Further locomotives for the railway included seven of Class Ms in 1912.

Production

Builder Year System Gauge Class Number built Notes
Beyer Peacock 1911 Western Australian Government Railways M 6
Beyer Peacock 1912 São Paulo Railway U 1
Beyer Peacock 1912 Western Australian Government Railways Ms 7
Beyer Peacock 1919 South African Railways NG.G11 3
Beyer Peacock 1920 South African Railways GA 1
Beyer Peacock 1925 South African Railways 2 ft NG.G11 2
Beyer Peacock 1925 Argentine North Eastern Railway (FCNEA) Standard 3
Beyer Peacock 1925 Victorian Railways G 2 One preserved on the Puffing Billy Railway
Société Anonyme St. Leonard 1926 Madagascar Railways 2
Beyer Peacock 1927 London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Standard Garratt 3 Square coal bunkers
Beyer Peacock 1927 Argentine North Eastern Railway (FCNEA) Standard 4
Beyer Peacock 1927 Entre Rios Railway (FCER) Standard 5
Beyer Peacock 1930 London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) Standard Garratt 30 Rotary coal bunkers
Builder? 1930 Western Australian Government Railways Msa 10
Beyer Peacock 1936 Australian Portland Cement 1
Beyer Peacock 1936 São Paulo Railway V 1
Beyer Peacock 1939 Australian Portland Cement 1

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