Henry Alfred Ivatt (1851-1921) and Archibald Sturrock leaning against a K1 Clas 0-8-0 steam locomotive No 405, 30 December 1903. Ivatt joined the London and North Western Railway in 1868 and in 1877 was employed by the Great South and Western Railway in Ireland. He became locomotive engineer of the Great Northern Railway (GNR) in 1895 and was responsible for the design of many locomotives, including Britain's first 4- 4-2 'Atlantic' engine. Ivatt designed the K1 Clas 0- 8-0 steam locomotive No 405 in 1901. Archibald Sturrock was the locomotive superintendent of the GNR. Photograph by an official GNR photographer.
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