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The Glasgow and South Western Railway (GSWR) 103 class is a class of two 0-6-0 steam locomotives designed in 1855. They were Patrick Stirling's first 0-6-0 design for the railway.
|G&SWR 103 Class|
The two examples of this class were designed by Patrick Stirling for the GSWR and were built by R & W Hawthorn (Works Nos. 933-4) in 1855. They were numbered 103 and 104. The members of the class were fitted with a domed boilers and safety valves over the firebox.
The locomotives were withdrawn in 1871.
- ^ Baxter, Bertram (1984). British locomotive catalogue 1825-1923. Vol. 4. Buxton: Moorland Publishing. pp. 142–3.