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New South Wales D55 class locomotive

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  1. The 55 class was a class of steam locomotives operated by the New South Wales Government Railways in Australia

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  2. They were built with the 2-8-0 wheel arrangement

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  3. A contract was given in 1916 to Clyde Engineering Company of Granville for the construction of 300 K-class locomotives

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  4. The members of this class spent most of their days attached to depots at Enfield, Goulburn, Harden, Junee and Cowra

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  5. 5595 is the sole survivor

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