|Design: British Railways|
|Engine: Paxman Six Cylinder 6YXJ (650hp) except D9524 - Rolls Royce DV8TCE (640hp)|
|Transmission: Hydraulic - Voith|
|Wheel Arrangement: 0-6-0|
|Total Built: 56 (1964-65 at Swindon)|
|Total : 19|
The class 14ís were a built at Swindon between 1964 & 1965 and in total 56 entered traffic. Power was provided by a Paxman engine via hydraulic transmission to a 0-6-0 wheel arrangement. They were introduced to work short trip freights at the same time that this traffic was being lost to road transport. The locos were withdrawn and stored during 1968 and many were subsequently sold into industrial use, mainly with the National Coal Board and The British Steel Corporation.