British Rail 15107

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British Rail 15107
Type and origin
Power typeDiesel-electric
BuilderBrush Traction
Build date1949
Total produced1
 • Whyte0-6-0 DE
Gauge4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Wheel diameter4 ft 0+12 in (1.232 m)
Loco weight46.10 long tons (46.84 t)
Prime moverPetter SS4
Traction motorsBrush, 2 off
MU workingNot fitted
Train heatingNone
Performance figures
Power outputEngine: 360 bhp (268 kW)
Tractive effort35,000 lbf (155.7 kN)
Axle load classRoute availability
RetiredJune 1958
DispositionScrapped, Swindon Works

British Rail 15107 was a locomotive commissioned by the Great Western Railway, but delivered to British Railways after nationalisation. It was a diesel powered locomotive in the pre-TOPS period built by Brush Traction with a Petter 4-cylinder engine.