BNCR Class S


BNCR Class S

The Belfast and Northern Counties Railway (BNCR) Class S was a class of 2-4-2T two-cylinder compound steam locomotives that was introduced for service on the 3ft (914mm) narrow gauge railways of County Antrim in north-east Ireland.

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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 ...

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