0-6-0 Class 812 CR Profile and Models

0-6-0 Class 812 CR

No. 828 at Bridgnorth on the Severn Valley Railway in September 2011. ©Hugh Llewelyn

The Caledonian Railway 812 Class was a series of 79 0-6-0 steam tender locomotives designed by John F. McIntosh for the Caledonian Railway and introduced in 1899. Mainly used for freight traffic, 17 were fitted with the Westinghouse air brakes for passenger train working, including the only surviving engine of the class, No. 828. The design was developed into the later Class 652, as well as over 800 almost identical locomotives being built for the Belgian State Railways between 1899 and 1904.

(Information provided via Wikipedia)

Type of Locomotive



Caledonian Railway, Dübs & Co, Neilson Reid & Co, Sharp Stewart

Build Dates

1899 - 1900

Total Built


Tractive Effort

20, 170 lbf

Top Speed


Wheel Configuration


Operated By

Caledonian Railway, London Midland Scottish Railway, British Railways

Main Duties

Mixed traffic, local freight and branchline passenger

In Service Until


Surviving Examples



Products awaiting categorisation

Scale Brand Image Construction Type DCC Capability Product Code Product Title Livery
OO Gauge (1:76 Scale) DJH Model Railway Kits K11 CR Jumbo class 0-6-0 Steam locomotive CR/LMS/BR Kit Requires assembly Not set K11
CR Jumbo class 0-6-0 Steam locomotive CR/LMS/BR Kit Awaiting Categorisation
OO Gauge (1:76 Scale) Wills Kits No image available Requires assembly Not set CALW
LMS EX Caledonian 0-6-0 Kit Awaiting Categorisation