Built by British Thomson-Houston, Rugby, UK, 4105 entered service February 8, 1954. It was scrapped on May 10, 1972, 18 years and 3 months after it entered service.
|Gauge||Standard 4' 8.5" (1435mm)|
|Owners||New South Wales Government Railways
|Operators||New South Wales Government Railways
|Manufacturer||British Thomson-Houston, Rugby, UK|
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4105 was stripped for parts at Chullora.
Locomotive caught fire and was subsequently withdrawn from service and stripped for parts at Chullora. Exact date unknown, information supplied indicates "April 1961".
4105, railpage:class=43, railpage:loco=4105, rp-au-nsw-41class, rp-au-nsw-41class-4105
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