Bncr

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BNCR Class S - Livery - Number Plates
... The plates of the first BNCR number series (Nos.69 and 70) which was current to 1897 contained polished, raised, boldly serified numbers alone ... The BNCR 1897 renumbering introduced a series of plates which had "BNCR" in small block capitals above the digits ... The BNCR style of plates was used throughout both MR and LMS days ...
NCC Class S2 - Livery
... in line yellow ochre square corners 2½-3in band black square corners Edge During the BNCR renumbering of 1897, No.110 had received number plates in the series which had "BNCR" in small block capitals ... When it was rebuilt to Class S2, instructions were given that the letters "BNCR" were to be milled off the number plates and in consequence the numbers appeared offset towards the bottom of the plate ...
BNCR Class N - Livery
... During BNCR ownership, the colour of the engine is believed to have been a dark laurel green lined out in vermilion/light blue/chrome yellow with the initials "BNCR" painted on the cab side sheets When the Midland ... The initials "MR" replaced the BNCR ones ...
Edward John Cotton - Biography
... The B BR was renamed the Belfast and Northern Counties Railway (BNCR) in 1860 and during his tenure Cotton saw the BNCR greatly expand as it acquired other ... Under his management, the BNCR became Ireland’s most prosperous railway company ... accept a position in India but the directors of the BNCR recognised Cotton’s ability and his value to the company and raised his salary in order to retain him ...
BNCR Class A - History.
... The BNCR had standardised on locomotives with a 2-4-0 wheel arrangement for its passenger locomotives during the 1870s and construction continued through to the mid-1890s ... The Class A locomotives were designed by the BNCR Locomotive Engineer Bowman Malcolm and were the last design of broad gauge locomotives to be built for the independent Belfast and Northern Counties Railway, the ... the class, which had the distinction of being the last locomotive to be built by the BNCR, was No.3, King Edward VII, which was completed fifteen months ...