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    UKP: LMS Furness

    Steam loco

    FR Class 3 0-4-0

    The Furness Railway No.3, nicknamed "Old Coppernob", is a preserved English steam locomotive. It acquired its nickname because of the copper cladding to its dome-shaped "haystack" firebox.

    It was built in 1846 by Bury, Curtis, and Kennedy of Liverpool, a company with which the Furness Railway's first locomotive superintendent, James Ramsden, had been an apprentice. It is a four-coupled version of Edward Bury's popular bar-frame design of the period, with iron bar frames and inside cylinders, and is historically significant as the only survivor in the United Kingdom of this type. It is also one of the few items of rolling stock surviving from the Furness Railway whose Indian red livery it carries.

    It shared with three other similar engines all traffic on the Furness Railway for around six years. Latterly it was used for shunting around the docks at Barrow-in-Furness and on local duties, being withdrawn in 1900, completing nearly 55 years of service. It is now preserved as a part of the national collection. It has shrapnel wounds from German bombs, acquired during World War II when it was displayed in a glass pavilion at Barrow-in-Furness station.

    Introduced 1846
    Withdrawn 1900
    Wheel Arrangement 0-4-0
    Builder Edward Bury
    Weight 19.8t
    TE 7,718 lbf
    Driving Wheel Dia 4ft 9in
    Boiler Pressure 110 psi
    Num Cylinders 2, inside
    Cylinder Dimensions 14 in × 24 in
    Number Name Status Livery Depot Base Owner
    3 Coppernob D FR Brown YM National Railway Museum NRM