|British Rail Class D2/10|
|Class||DY11; later D2/10; later 2/4 (D2708–D2719), 2/4B (D2720–D2780)|
|Number||(formerly 11708–11719 (D2708–D2719 from 1961 to 1963), D2720–D2780|
|Axle load class||D2708–D2719: RA 2;|
D2720–D2780: RA 5
British Rail Class D2/10 was a locomotive type commissioned by British Rail. It was a diesel-hydraulic shunting locomotive in the pre-TOPS period built by the North British Locomotive Company (NBL). The NBL/MAN engines were built by the North British Locomotive Company in Scotland under licence from the German company MAN.