BNCR Class N
The Belfast and Northern Counties Railway (BNCR) Class N was a class of 0-4-0ST dock engines that worked on the Belfast Harbour Commissioners' lines in north-east Ireland. No.42 was the first of the class and was built by Sharp, Stewart and Company in 1874. A second, similar engine, No.16, was built by the MR (NCC) in 1914.
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... 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 ... The initials "MR" replaced the BNCR ones ...
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