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Internet of things topics for project order do my internet of things ppt 2018 keys to writing a personal essay hello and welcome back to the loco files in today's episode we will be looking at the Great Western Railway 5600 the Great Western Railway 5600 is a class of oh six - steam locomotive built between 1924 and 1928 they were designed by Charles collet for the Great Western Railway and were introduced into traffic in 1924 after the 1923 creeping act Swinton inherited a large collection of locomotives from the historic Welsh railway companies which did not fit in to their standardization program gwr boiler inspectors arrived on mass and condemned many of the original locomotives most of which was still in serviceable condition leading to the systematic destruction of many examples of the taffrail railway many engines continue to operate up to the 1950s but today only two locomotives have survived number 28 and the last surviving Welsh built engine number 85 250 600 classes were built to replace these locomotives and remained in service until being withdrawn by British Railways between 1962 and 1965 nine of the cloth have survived into preservation the railways of South Wales seem to have a particular liking for the o-62 wheel arrangement this was down to the nature of the work that they undertook demanding high adhesive weight and plenty of power with good braking abilities but no real need for outright speed or large tanks or bunkers as the distance from the pit to the port was often assures the o62 wheel configuration was discovered to confidently handle the sharp curves so prevalent in the area these Welsh locomotives were taken over by the Great Western Railway at the grouping in 1923 and some were rebuilt to have taper boilers a number of these passed into British Railways ownership in 1948 including Brecon and Murphy Railway the our numbers four three one two four three six Cardiff railway which had the be our number one five five the Remley railway who had be our numbers 35 through 283 and it's half fail which had be our numbers from 204 to 399 when the Great Western Railway took over the Welsh Valley lines they discovered the Welsh locomotive crews liked their o six twos and so rather than a new design the 5600 was essentially a Swindon I version of Durham name railway m-class an art class the 1904 and class and a similar our class built five years later were very successful designs ideally suited to hauling heavy coal trains a relatively short distance the 5600 s was specially designed for the work in South Wales replacing the elderly and worn-out Lanka motives that had been inherited in 1923 when the smaller railway companies were forcefully merged into the Great Western at the grouping contrary to this trend the Rimini railways more modern o-62 s were generally in good order and proved to be successful first they became the blueprints for 256 hundred the first five are Closs locomotives were reboiler by the Great Western in 1926 and a single M Class was upgraded in 1930 endless form both were visually almost identical from the 5600 class the design for the Great Western Railway 5,600 fold the Great Western practice as closely as possible by utilizing many standard parts including Kaulitz innovations was a standard number two boiler which was suitable for 256 hundreds the M and the R class locomotives from the rim link railway complete with the traditional great Wesson's brass safety valve casing and copper cap chimney these were substantially sized tank engines at 37 feet and six inches in length and weighing around 62 tons the side tanks were capable of holding around 1,900 gallons of water the high domed cab bunk and tanks closely related to the 3100 and 4200 class 100 of the 5600 s were built between 1924 and 1927 at the Great Western Railway workshops in Swindon in 1927 another hundred similar engines were built these were slightly heavier and numbered in the 6600 series going from number 6600 to 66 49 and these were built in Swindon between 1927 and 1928 however due to the pressure of the work numbers six six five oh two six six ninety-nine were built by armstrong whitworth in 1928 which resulted in some minor design differences between little Swindon engines and neem with performance whilst they were powerful machines the 56 hundreds proved to be unpopular with the footplate crews at a time they were beset by numerous failures the most common of which was hot axle boxes they lacked the wider tolerances in their boxes that the original Welsh engines had and they also had a tendency to derail so those driving them preferred to do so in Reverse where the pony truck was able to guide them round tight bends when the Welsh railway men discovered the Great Western Railway 5700 pannier tank introduced in 1929 they discovered it was even more suitable for the same work being both shorter and lighter with roughly the same tractive effort as a result no further 56 / 66 hundreds were built there were 5,600 had the distinction of being the only oh six tuned locomotives built by the Great Western nevertheless there were just over 400 of the type in service from 1940 to 1945 demonstrating the large number quiet in 1923 a fall in the South Wales coal trade during the 1930s saw many of the class being created to other parts of the Great Western network due to the suitability of the design many drivers would typically operate the 5600 class down the Welsh valleys in Reverse the placement of the training wheels helped the engines enter the curves better and if it operated in the other direction typically during operation when pulling a heavy load the tanks would operate Bunker first then the smoke box first on the return trips up the valleys all the 56 / 6,600 class locomotives passed into British Railways ownership at the nationalization in 1948 and all remained in service until 1962 at which time they were withdrawn from service quite rapidly with the onset of diesel traction on British Railways gaining momentum all had been withdrawn by 1965 after being withdrawn several ended up in wooden brothers scrapyard in Barrie South Wales where eight of the nine preserved engines came from as the locomotor Sweeney operated in South Wales some enthusiasts new to class by the nickname of taffy tanks which taffy was being used as a derogatory term for someone of Welsh descent however the 5,600 class never had this title officially whereas the more typical examples of the Rinne lean railways M&R classes they replaced were arguably the original taffy tanks of fame I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for listening I hope you enjoyed it and if you did leave it a like leave a comment in the comment section below and if you really liked it subscribe and also I would like to thank Thomas Dybdahl of dark DJ productions for editing this episode and agreeing to be my editor I hope you enjoyed this episode and goodbye [Music] you you capstone fellowship Saint Joseph's College (Suffolk Campus).