Midland Railway 2511 Class - Numbering


The 2501 class engines were numbered 2501–2510, 2521–2540, and the 2511's numbered 2511–2520. In 1907, the Midland Railway had renumbered its engines, and as such the 2501 and 2511 classes were numbered 2200–2229, and 2230–2239, respectively.

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