The 110 class built by Yorkshire Engine in England in 1871. In 1872 the first railway of Japan was opened to traffic between Shinbashi and Yokohama. At that time, the 10 cars of locomotives was imported from England. This locomotive is the number of 10th locomotive in the time. In 1906, he was renamed to 110 class. He was used until 1918. And after the time he was stored in Omiya works of JNR.
He was designated to the railway cultural assets in 1961. There are very few locomotives of the Yorkshire Engine in Japan and this is the sole thing.