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|(JZ) 0-6-0T No. 25.29||Posted by: Terry Wallace on 2007-11-13 03:16:57.683|
The current status of this locomotive is - Stored
|Southern Pacific RR 4-8-8-2 No. 4294||Posted by: Hunter Lohse on 2007-11-12 21:04:48.637|
This is the last survivor and the last one built
|Southern Pacific RR 4-6-2 No. 2467||Posted by: Hunter Lohse on 2007-11-12 20:53:17.637|
The 2467 is now on display at the California Railroad Museum in Sacramento,CA
|Southern Pacific RR 0-6-0 No. 1273||Posted by: David Flores on 2007-11-11 19:35:27.7|
This Locomotive is classified as a S-12 switcher a handful are scatered across the U.S.
|New York, Chicago & St. Louis RR 2-8-4 No. 763||Posted by: Brian Tusin on 2007-11-11 18:03:23.857|
It is at Morgan Run now.
|PKP 4-6-0 No. Ok22-31||Posted by: on 2007-11-11 17:56:37.543|
Boiler Pressure: 12kg/cm (171psi)
Cylinders: 575x630mm (22.6x24.8 in.)
Drivers: 1750mm (69 in.)
Grate Area: 4m (43 sq. ft.)
Heating Surface: 182.1m (1960.6 sq. ft.)
Superheater: 61.6m (663.2 sq. ft.)
Tractive Effort: 12,100kg (26,680 lb.)
Total Weight: 78.9t (173,974 lb.) (engine only)
|Welsh Water Board 0-6-0T No. 'Abernant'||Posted by: Ed Purcell on 2007-11-11 17:49:13.92|
Until 1989 this loco (mildly vandalised) was in a children's playground in Ashted Walk in Birmingham. It became the property of the Standard Gauge steam trust at Tyseley.It was built by Manning Wardle in 1921 and had the works number of 2015
|Western Maryland Ry 4-6-2 No. 202||Posted by: Andrew Durden on 2007-11-11 15:11:50.573|
I wouldn't even bother with the hydro until ultrasonic testing has been done. It doesn't matter whether or not the locomotive leaks at this point, because the feds are still going to require you to UT the whole boiler.
|Kahului & Wailuki RR 0-4-2T No. 1||Posted by: Jaymar on 2007-11-09 21:50:19.777|
This is NOT Claus Spreckels, Claus Spreckels never left HI, Claus Spreckels was found with completely damaged, This leads to the conclution that this is a sister engine.
|FCGR (BAGS) 2-4-0T No. 315||Posted by: cesar boldrini on 2007-11-09 13:51:01.997|
la locomotora 315 esta ubicada en la plazoleta del inmigrante en las calles avenida Rivadavia y avenida San Martin de San Rafael Mendoza Argentina
|The Alaska Railroad 2-8-0 No. 557||Posted by: Mike G. on 2007-11-06 18:11:17.403|
This locomotive is for sale for $415,000. It is being sold by Ozark Mountain Rail Car. It is in good conditon and just needs the standard inspections and matience done to it. No leaks, cracks, patches, or major problems with the boiler. It could be changed to a coal burner if needed. Overall it is a nice locomotive and would be nice to bring back to life. Who ever buys it maybe could bring it to the East Coast.
Any question feel free to e-mail MAG1613@aol.com
|SSN(DB) 2-10-0 No. 52.3879||Posted by: WJ on 2007-11-05 15:19:05.983|
Currently (11-2007) with VSM in Haaksbergen, Netherlands.
|Canadian National Railway Co. 2-8-0 No. 2616||Posted by: Donna Weston on 2007-11-04 13:05:55.607|
To Karen Denbok:
When was your Grandfather engineer of locomotive #2616?
My grandfather was also an engineer of this locomotive and actually drove it to it's final resting place in Haliburton.
I included my e-mail address if you wanted to contact me.
|New Zealand Railways 4-8-2 No. Ja.1240||Posted by: matt m on 2007-11-04 01:30:03.857|
Currently undergoing a major overhaul and restoration project in Auckland
|Pittsburgh-Silver Peak Mining 0-4-0CA No. None||Posted by: on 2007-11-03 17:17:17.483|
I've lived in Auburn all my life and have not heard of or seen this loco. ?????
|Boston & Albany RR 4-4-0 No. 39||Posted by: mike huff on 2007-11-01 16:28:30.7|
she is the only surviving eddy clock steam locomotive
|Minature Railway Co. 4-4-0 No. 4||Posted by: mike huff on 2007-11-01 15:53:32.233|
she is not 15 inch she is a 12 inch steamer
|Alabama Power Co. 0-4-0F No. 10||Posted by: Chuck Watford on 2007-10-31 21:38:25.467|
This engine is no longer at Shorty's Truck Parts.
|Minature Railway Co. 4-4-0 No. 4||Posted by: mike huff on 2007-10-31 11:26:39.0|
she is not a 15 inch gauge steamer, she is a 12 inch gauge steamer
|Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR 4-8-4 No. 5614||Posted by: mike huff on 2007-10-30 18:40:53.56|
she is the oldest surviving Chicago, Burlington & Quincy northern
|W.T. Carter & Brother 2-6-2 No. 4||Posted by: Charles Greathouse on 2007-10-30 17:23:18.983|
This locomotive is now at home in Reader AR, it is owned by Reader RR. The D&R never owned it, they leased it.
|Illinois Central RR 2-4-4T No. 201||Posted by: mike huff on 2007-10-30 17:05:04.547|
this is the only surviving steam locomotive that john luther (casey) jones ever operated
|Greenfield Village RR 4-4-0 No. 1 "Edison"||Posted by: Isaac on 2007-10-30 14:31:15.733|
the photo in the roundhouse was taken in 2004 when this loco was in for work most of the year.the edison now runs reularly on the weiser railway at greenfield village with 0-6-2T torch lake.
|Western Maryland Ry 4-6-2 No. 202||Posted by: Shawn on 2007-10-30 06:53:42.107|
Well we had some steam mechanics look at the 202. They said it looks good to go ahead with the hydrostatic test of the boiler. We are in the process of getting all the paperwork and will be starting to prep the 202 for the test. The locomotive will be cosmetically restored this fall weather permitting or early spring.
|Atlantic Coast Line RR 4-6-2 No. 1504||Posted by: JOHN DARNELL on 2007-10-30 06:36:06.107|
WHY IS SHE LOOKING LIKE A FORGOTTEN PIECE OF JACKSONVILLE HISTORY? I TOOK SOMEONE DOWN TO SEE HER AND WAS ASHAMED TO POINT HER OUT AS A ONCE BEAUTIFUL LADY. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE UPKEEP? C'MON HISTORY BUFFS LETS GET TOGETHER AND AT LEAST MAKE HER LOOK GOOD.
|Tarmac 0-4-0ST No. 'Fulstow No 2'||Posted by: Andrew Wilson on 2007-10-28 14:57:37.873|
Fulstow No 2 is a Peckett 0-4-0 [makers number 1749] built in Bristol in 1928, and is fully operational. She spent her life working for Tarmac at Wirkworth and was restored by Peter Clark at Fulstow before being sold to Great Northern Locomotives Ltd during 1997. This locomotive now operates passenger services on the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway.
|Woolwich Arsenal 0-4-0ST No. 2 'Lion'||Posted by: Andrew Wilson on 2007-10-28 14:54:01.25|
Lion is a Peckett 0-4-0ST (makers number 1351) built in 1914. She spent much of her working life at Woolwich Arsenal and later at Wallsend Slipway, Northumberland. She took up residence on the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway in 1998 after service at the Foxfield Railway in Staffordshire.
|Renfe 2-8-2+2-8-2 No. 282F-0421||Posted by: Manuel Ramos on 2007-10-28 14:41:01.357|
The locomotive 282F-0421 is an oil fired locomotive, mantained and operated by ARMF in Lleida (Spain) www.armf.net
|British Sugar Corporation 0-6-0ST No. None||Posted by: Andrew Wilson on 2007-10-28 14:33:08.607|
Peckett 0-6-0ST No.2000 was completed in December 1942. She worked for most of her life for the British Sugar Corporation at Ipswich, Suffolk, England. From 1977 to 1984 she was preserved on the Nene Valley Railway, then she moved to Barrow Hill Roundhouse. For the Summer 2007 season she has been working trains on the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway.
|Southern Railway 2-8-0 No. 385||Posted by: martin on 2007-10-28 07:24:31.373|
I would guess that maybe the North Carolina Transportation museum might wan't her. The Tennessee Valley maybe would like to have her even.