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The Glasgow and South Western Railway (GSWR) 34 class is a class of ten 0-4-2 steam locomotives designed in 1858.
|G&SWR 34 Class|
The ten examples of this class were designed by Patrick Stirling for the GSWR and were built by R & W Hawthorn (Works Nos. 1034-43) between July 1858 and January 1859. They were numbered 34, 36, 32, 25, 110–115. The members of the class were fitted with domeless boilers and safety valves over the firebox.
The locomotives were withdrawn by James Stirling between 1874 and 1876.
- ^ Baxter, Bertram (1984). British locomotive catalogue 1825-1923. Vol. 4. Buxton: Moorland Publishing. p. 140.