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Asarco Mexicana 0-4-0T No. 5Posted by: maria del carmen on 2005-07-23 12:28:53.02

por este medio quisiera que me prestaran atencion yaque ase muchos años ustedes tenian a un trabajador llamado

JUAQUIN BUSTOS   por este medio quisiera que se pusieran en contacto con migo ya que es urgente tratar un asunto referente al señor "joaquin" espero que se pongan en contacto com migo lo mas pronto posible de antemano muchas gracias 


Australian Iron & Steel 0-4-0ST No. "Wallaby"Posted by: Mark Kendrick on 2005-07-23 08:27:30.243

Gauge is standard, weight 28.5 tons, 14"x22" cylinders, 10940lbs tractive effort, boiler pressure 130psi

info from 'Gazetteer Of Industrial Steam Locomotives;

Illawarra District NSW'

prepared by K McCarthy, published ARHS NSW 1983

 

Regards,

 Mark


Australian Iron & Steel 0-4-0ST No. "Wallaby"Posted by: Mark Kendrick on 2005-07-23 08:27:29.3

Gauge is standard, weight 28.5 tons, 14"x22" cylinders, 10940lbs tractive effort, boiler pressure 130psi

info from 'Gazetteer Of Industrial Steam Locomotives;

Illawarra District NSW'

prepared by K McCarthy, published ARHS NSW 1983

 

Regards,

 Mark


Ironton Solvey Processing 0-4-0T No. 1Posted by: James Kirchman on 2005-07-21 09:55:09.26
I live about 1.5 miles from this locomotive.  I see it every morning on my way to work.  It has been painted gloss black since that photo was taken and looks much nicer now.

Union Pacifc RR 0-6-0 No. 4439Posted by: David Flores on 2005-07-20 20:06:39.36
Union Pacific #4439 has two opreational sister one of  them #4466 is operational at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento

Canadian National Railway Co. 4-6-0 No. 1531Posted by: Juergen on 2005-07-19 20:05:26.79
This loco was actually renumbered to 1531 from 1322 in March 1958 not in 1956. Thats what the book "Steam At Allandale" says. Once this is fixed you can delete this note.

Denver & Rio Grande Western RR 2-8-2 No. 463Posted by: Isaac on 2005-07-18 12:15:22.567
Ummm... person who said that it's the wrong locomotive, HAVE YOU LOOKED AT THE ENLARGED VERSION? This is indeed 463, not 4631.

J & A Brown 0-6-4T No. 5Posted by: Kevin Jones on 2005-07-18 02:54:35.837

J & A Brown No. 5 was originally a condensing locomotive used on the Mersey Railway, Liverpool, prior to electrification of this railway in 1904. Four were sold to J & A Brown and overhauled in the UK (including removal of condensing gear) prior to shipment to Australia. No. 5 was derelict at Hexham for many years prior to being purchased by the NSWRTM in 1973. It has yet to be restored and was shunted into the storage sidings at Thirlmere in 1983. Of the three imported to Australia, only the crank wheelset of No. 8 also survives, on display at the Richmond Vale Railway.

Empty Weight: 67.85 Tons

Driver Diameter: 55"

Tractive Effort: 25,017lbs

Boiler Pressure: 150lbs

Cylinders: 21" x 26"


Union Pacific RR 4-6-6-4 No. 3985Posted by: David Flores on 2005-07-17 13:04:07.033

I think The 3985 steam crew borrowed the smoke defelecters from sister engine 3977 for the 40th anniversery steam excursion in 1993 when 3985 was renumbered to 3967 because the 3967 had smoke defelcters an pulled the oringinal trip in1953 from Denver, Co to laramie, Wy


Michigan-California Lumber 0-4-0T No. 11Posted by: Isaac on 2005-07-15 07:40:08.72
Ummm... does anyone know anything about the railroad this engine was originally from? Because I haven't heard of this one.

Äänekoski - Suolahti Railway 0-4-0T No. 1Posted by: Jussi Tepponen on 2005-07-15 03:00:51.403
From the beginning of July 2005 the H.K.Porter 2313 is operational!

Canadian National Railway Co. 4-6-0 No. 1531Posted by: Juergen on 2005-07-14 10:21:05.307
I was wrong on my previous post, the roundhouse foundation is not there anymore.

Sierra Railroad 4-6-0 No. 3Posted by: daniel Lindsey on 2005-07-13 08:51:01.8
The City of Parsons is in the process of building a museum for the area. Parsons, Tennessee was built as a railroad town and the Tennessee Midland Railroad later to become part of the Lousiville, Nashville & Chattagoona and late the Nashville Louisville "L&N" started operations in 1889. The short line route passing through Parsons became known as the "Pee Vine" Route. In 1936 due to the advent of a highway bridge over the Tennessee River near Parsons and the inability of the Railroad to Build a Railroad bridge at the location the Railroad ceased operation along this route. The primary Locamotive used at the time and over the preceeding years between World War I and 1936 was called the Cannon Ball and was numbered 201. We are trying to research the history of that locomotive. Many thought it to be a Baldwin, however, as we continue to research it appears in may have been a Rogers. It is a 4-6-0 with the rear wheels of the 6 spaced rearward of the other two forward 4 of the 6. On locating your site we find that our 201 looks almost exactly like your #3. Where can I contact someone who has info on this type locomotive or might be able to give me some info on your locomotive that I might use to further research. Yours is the only locomotive I have located that is like our 201 "CannonBall"

Godchaux Sugar 2-6-0 No. 6Posted by: BK on 2005-07-12 16:47:38.953

This engine received a cosmetic restoration in the late 1990s. It used to look a lot worse than this.Nearly all of the cab appliances are gone.


Union Pacific RR 4-8-4 No. 844Posted by: David Flores on 2005-07-11 20:28:21.84
844 was part of of an order of 10 4-8-4's ,her sister #838 was also part of the order today she is stored in the portion of the roundhouse.

Denver & Rio Grande Western RR 2-8-2 No. 483Posted by: David Flores on 2005-07-11 20:20:27.877

in September of 1968 she pulled the last passenger train Alamosa to Durango plus Was the only operating engine at the time the Cumbres & Toltec was being formed in 1970

 


Societe National de Chemin de Fer Francais 0-6-0 No. 030-C-841Posted by: Jean-Paul Viaud on 2005-07-11 12:55:04.62
P.L.M. Stands for Paris, Lyon, Meditérannée. The tender, built in 1908 by the German firm Henschel Und Shön, in Cassel, is coming from a serie of 2-8-0 of an Italian design ordered by the Compagnie de l'Ouest (later amagalmated to Etat, later SNCF)to boost its traffic in Britanny. The tender was mated to the small loco in 1956. 030-C-841 ended her career at the Chateaubriant depot in 1964. She was then donated to the Canadian Railroad Historical Association in 1965.

Texas & New Orleans RR 2-10-2 No. 982Posted by: George Jenista on 2005-07-09 23:45:54.77
The 982 is now slated to be moved from Hermann Park to the sports stadium [built on/around the former SP train station].

White Pass & Yukon RR 2-8-2 No. 70Posted by: Jason MIller on 2005-07-08 19:25:14.74
My family took me on vacations here for 14 summers, my last 4-5 years of going there I rode in the cab. I was at Dollywood 3 years ago and they still allow cab rides. I have rode in both of their engines un countable times. I recomend if you go there just to ask if they still give cab rides.

Cliffside RR 2-8-0 No. 40Posted by: Joe F. on 2005-07-08 17:35:09.703
In October of 2004, #40 was backdated to her Cliffside Railroad Paint scheme, for a photo freight. In Novemeber 2004, she was returned to her New Hope & Ivyland paint scheme. 

Magma Arizona 2-8-2 No. 7Posted by: bill ayars on 2005-07-07 12:46:07.84

400 is ex tremont and gulf 30/magma 7  she wears the bell from magma 6 still in az,  the bells were moved to the front of the firebox, due to sp influence in the style, 


SW 0-4-0T No. 16Posted by: scott on 2005-07-06 20:30:35.517
http://www.mcrr.org/new_page_3.htm this link beter help

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 2-6-2 No. 1010Posted by: CJ on 2005-07-05 23:42:21.493
1010 Now sits in the erecting hall of the SP yards in Sacramento CA

Virginia & Truckee RR 2-4-0 No. 21Posted by: The Real Mc'Coy on 2005-07-05 23:32:47.537
V&T will return to service, However, due to preserving the history of the locamotive, it will only opperate on commpressed air. As you know, Ca. is no longer allowed to fire a iron boiler. This engine was also resently in a new mini sieries that im sure you have heard of... ...Into The West...

Ely-Thomas Lumber Co. Shay - 2 truck No. 5Posted by: scott on 2005-07-03 19:31:02.807

here I hope this link helps

http://www.shaylocomotives.com/data/lima3354/sn-2940.htm


Canadian Pacific RR 4-4-4 No. 2929Posted by: Matthew R. Potosky on 2005-07-02 06:24:58.72

This locomotive was never operational in Vermont. What appears to


Duluth, Missabe & Iron Range RR 2-8-8-4 No. 225Posted by: UpnorthJack on 2005-07-01 23:58:48.783
Just looked at her today and she is very bad off, for being so rare with lots of history it is a shame what has become of it, if I could bring it home and fix her up and run her I sure would!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Big Bend Coal & Clay Co. 0-4-0T No. 2Posted by: JAC on 2005-06-30 21:27:11.597
has eny one ever seen this locomotive if so please say so

Hillcrest Lumber Co. Shay - 2 truck No. 1Posted by: Tyler on 2005-06-29 13:44:26.687
Please ignore my past note. According to the Discovery Center website, No. 1 is out of service pending boiler work.

Cowichan Valley Railway 0-4-0T No. 24Posted by: Tyler on 2005-06-29 13:41:03.263

Boiler Pressure: 150psi

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