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LNER Q6 63395 at York
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No: 3734   Contributor: John Southall   Year: 2008   Manufacturer: LNER Doncaster   Country: England
LNER Q6 63395 at York

At the NRM's "1968 and all that" exhibition on 24th May 2008 LNER Q6 0-8-0 63395 is receiving a small visitor.
Built at Darlington in 1918 63395 was preserved in 1968.
She can normally be found at the North York Moors Railway.
Picture added on 27 May 2008
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I am wondering if this loco was called a "tiny" i fired one when i was on loan at Bidston shed, 16ton wagon empties to NorthWich i was absolutely amazed how far this went on so little firing .

Added by Sinders on 27 November 2008.
The Robinson O4 Class 2-8-0s were nicknamed "Tinies". This name was inherited from the Q4 0-8-0 Class, also built by Robinson, that had come into service earlier.
As far as I know, the Q6 Class didn't have a nickname, but I could be wrong!

Added by Peter Langsdale on 27 November 2008.
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