by sarc

Ordered on the 17th August 1918 the early history of the locomotive is a little unclear. Some records show that the engine was ordered and delivered to the Kongsvingar line, however recent discoveries show that the engine was probably delivered to the Meraker line in central Norway, entering service on the 30th July 1919. This line ran inland from Trondheim on the coast to Ostersund in Sweden passing through a town named Hell. This has led to some Kent and East Sussex Railway footplate crews affectionately telling visitors that it is ‘the engine from Hell!’
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