NCC Class S2
The Northern Counties Committee (NCC) Class S2 was a solitary two-cylinder compound 2-4-4T steam locomotive that was introduced for service on the 3ft (914mm) narrow gauge railways of County Antrim in north-east Ireland. It was heavily rebuilt from a BNCR Class S locomotive by the addition of a standard gauge boiler.
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... After being rebuilt to Class S2, No.110 was painted in LMS maroon ... The LMS (NCC) crest was carried on the cab side-sheet ... The initials "NCC" in shaded serif gold capital letters were sited on the side tanks, ahead of the number plates which had red backgrounds ...
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