Table of Wheel Sizes

Information shown with a  green background  is taken from D.L. Bradley's trilogy on Locomotives of the LB&SCR.

Information shown with a  yellow background  is taken from Mike Sharman's book, Wheel Specifications for the Modeller. Changes are shown as deleted and added.

Information shown with a  orange background  needs confirmation.

J.C. Craven Era
Locomotive or Class Type Leading Driver Trailing Tender Notes
Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter Crank throw Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter
E.B. Wilson Jenny Lind 2-2-2 11 4′ 0″ 16 6′ 0″ 11 4′ 0″ 10 3′ 6″  
Beyer Peacock 2-4-0 12 4′ 0″ 20? 6′ 0″ Outside ? ?  
Slaughter Goods 0-6-0 18 5′ 0″ Outside 12 4′ 0″  
Stephenson 1864 Singles 2-2-2 14 4′ 3″ 20/22* 6′ 6″ 12 4′ 0″ ? ? * Originally 20 spokes, replaced with standard 22 spoke wheels by Stroudley
0-4-2s 0-4-2ST 20 5′ 0″ ? 16 4′ 0″ Nos. 164-7
Standard 2-4-0 2-4-0 12 4′ 0″ 18? 6′ 0″ Outside ? ? Nos. 12, 28, 149-52, 159, 160, 174-7
W. Stroudley Era
Locomotive or Class Type Leading Driver Trailing Tender Notes
Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter Crank throw Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter
No.359 Hayling Island 2-4-0T 8 2′ 9″ 12 4′ 0″ 8″ inline? Stroudley Rebuild
No.203 Sussex 2-2-2 12? 4′ 3″ 22? 6′ 6″ 10? 4′ 0″ 10? 4′ 0″ Stroudley Rebuild
Belgravias 2-4-0 12? 4′ 0″ 22? 6′ 6″ Outside 10 4′ 0″ No.201 Belgravia
12 4′ 0″ 22? 10 4′ 0″ No.202 Goodwood
12 4′ 3″ 22? 10 3′ 9″ No.204 Westminster
12 4′ 3″ 22? 10 4′ 0″ No.205 Kensington
12 4′ 1″ 20 10 3′ 9″ No.206 Carisbrooke
12 4′ 1″ 20 10 (originally solid) 4′ 0″ No.207 Freshwater
A1 Terriers or Rooters 0-6-0T 12 3′ 11½″ 8″ inline Later types had 4′ 0″ drivers
2-4-0T 8 3′ 0″ No.82 Boxhill (from 1905-1912) & No.81 Beulah (from 1905-1908) were converted to 2-4-0T for motor train services using wheels from the bogie of a D3.
C 0-6-0 16? 5′ 0″ 13″ inline? 12? 4′ 0″?  
C1 0-6-0 16 5′ 0″ 13″ inline 12 4′ 0″  
D1 0-4-2T 18 5′ 6″ 12″ inline 14 4′ 6″  
D2 0-4-2 18? 5′ 6″ 12″ inline? 14 4′ 6″ 14 4′ 6″  
E1 0-6-0T 14 4′ 6″ 12″ inline  
E1 Special 0-6-0T 14? 4′ 6″ 12″ inline? No.157 Barcelona
F 0-6-2T 14? 4′ 6″ 12″ inline 12? 4′ 0″ No.158 West Brighton
Gladstones 0-4-2 22 6′ 6″ 13″ inline 14 4′ 6″ 14 4′ 6″  
Richmonds 0-4-2 22? 6′ 6″ 13″ inline? 14 4′ 6″ 14 4′ 6″  
G Singles 2-2-2 14 4′ 6″ 24 6′ 9″ 14 4′ 6″ 14 4′ 6″ No.151 Grosvenor
22 6′ 6″  
R.J. Billinton Era
Locomotive or Class Type Leading Driver Trailing Tender Notes
Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter Crank throw Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter
B2 4-4-0 10 3′ 6″ 22 6′ 9″ 13″ inline 12 4′ 0″  
B3 4-4-0 10? 3′ 6″ 22? 6′ 9″ 13″ inline? 12? 4′ 0″  
B4 4-4-0 10? 3′ 6″ 22? 6′ 9″ 13″ inline? 12? 4′ 0″?  
C2 0-6-0 16 5′ 0″ 13″ inline 12 3′ 9″  
D3 0-4-4T 18 5′ 6″ 13″ inline 8 3′ 0″  
E3 0-6-2T 14? 4′ 6″ 12″ inline? 12? 4′ 0″  
E4 0-6-2T 16 5′ 0″ 13″ between 12 4′ 0″  
E5 0-6-2T 18 5′ 6″ 13″ inline 12 4′ 0″  
E6 0-6-2T 14 4′ 6″ 13″ inline 12 4′ 0″  
D.E. Marsh Era
Locomotive or Class Type Leading Driver Trailing Tender Notes
Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter Crank throw Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter
C3 0-6-0 16? 5′ 0″ 13″ between? ? ?  
H1 4-4-2 10 3′ 6″ 20 6′ 7½″ 13″ inline 10 3′ 6″ 14 3′ 9″  
H2 4-4-2 10 3′ 6″ 22 6′ 7½″ 13″ inline 10 3′ 6″ 12 3′ 9″  
I1 4-4-2T 10 3′ 6″ 18 5′ 6″ 13″ inline 12 4′ 0″  
I2 4-4-2T 10? 3′ 6″ 18? 5′ 6″ 13″ inline? 12? 4′ 0″  
I3 4-4-2T 10 3′ 6″ 22 6′ 9″ 13″ inline 12 4′ 0″  
I4 4-4-2T 10? 3′ 6″? 22? 6′ 9″? 13″ inline? 12? 4′ 0″?  
J 4-6-2T 10 3′ 6″ 20? 6′ 7½″ 13″ inline 12 10 4′ 0″  
Railcars 0-4-0T ? 2′ 9″ ? inline LSWR Joint Committee Steam Railcars
Railcars 0-4-0T ? 3′ 8″ ? inline Steam and Petrol Railcars
L.B. Billinton Era
Locomotive or Class Type Leading Driver Trailing Tender Notes
Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter Crank throw Spokes Diameter Spokes Diameter
E2 0-6-0T 14 4′ 6″ 13″ inline  
K 2-6-0 10 3′ 6″ 18 5′ 6″ 13″ between 12 3′ 9″  
L 4-6-4T 10 3′ 6″ 20 6′ 9″ 14″ inline between 12 3′ 6″   D.L.Bradley Vol.3, Fig.100 shows pin between spokes