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Six-wheeled engine for mineral traffic, with 4ft. driving wheels and cylinders 11 1/8. by 20 in. Was put to work in 1833. Instead of the vertical cylinders which had been characteristic of the Stockton and Darlington engines, the cylinders were inclined at an angle outside the boiler. The boiler had a diameter of 4ft. 3in.