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|Great Western Railway 2-10-0 No. 90||Posted by: Michael on 2005-08-04 19:02:16.403|
While on the Great western railway 90 got hit at a level crossing by a truck and fell over on it's side sustaning damage. It was hit a second time at a level crossing but did not fall over. Train 90 was used to pull engines out of a burning roundhouse and damaged was its cab.
|Great Western Sugar Co. 0-4-0T No. Unknown||Posted by: Marne Jurgemeyer on 2005-08-04 11:43:00.023|
This engine is the property of fort Morgan Museum and is located in Riverside Park in front of the old Power Plant on Hwy
|Reading RR 4-8-4 No. 2102||Posted by: Larry Fisher on 2005-08-04 07:28:01.347|
I visited the Reading and Nothern headquarters in Port Clinton, PA on Aug. 3, 2005 and 2102 was on an outside storage track at the east side of the property.
|Astroworld 4-4-0 No. None||Posted by: E Kelley on 2005-08-02 17:04:05.273|
Gauge is 36", status is operable, at least as far as I know. Management of this park is apparently somewhat reluctant to let steam go and last I heard had a crew come up from the Austin Steam Train Association to put a fire in the remaining of the two Harpurs on select Sundays during the operating season.
|New York Central RR 0-6-0 No. 6894||Posted by: David Farlow on 2005-08-02 00:07:55.743|
It is still in Hagerstown and has not been scrapped.
|S.J. Claye Ltd. 0-4-0ST No. 945 'Annie'||Posted by: mitchell wyatt on 2005-08-01 18:57:16.83|
Annie: 12"x20" outside cylinders 3'2" driving wheels. She worked for S J Claye Ltd, Long Eaton. She's moved to Chatham docks now and is in operating condition.
|Union Pacific RR 2-10-2 No. 5511||Posted by: Robert on 2005-07-31 07:27:51.333|
I heard a while ago all they would have to do is tac weld the rods together to find out there length then go to a foundry and have new ones cast and machined. The other thing is why not put it on a flatcar and send it to Ponoma Ca and park it by the UP 9000.
|Unknown 2-4-0T No. None||Posted by: Sergio Martire on 2005-07-30 10:05:46.82|
the correcet name is usina cresciumal, situated in the city of Leme in the state of s.paulo, brasil
the loco was ordered by maurice allain in paris to societe sucrerie brasilienes, and worked in the usina de piracicaba.
the year of construction is 1901
i made a digital photo-not inclued
|South African Railways 2-6-2+2-6-2 No. 140||Posted by: Tyler on 2005-07-30 10:04:46.767|
|South African Railways 2-6-2+2-6-2 No. 140||Posted by: on 2005-07-30 10:02:33.143|
*143 in 2008 not 140.
|New South Wales Government Railways 4-4-0 No. 1210||Posted by: Paul Bird on 2005-07-30 09:00:45.45|
This is 1210.
Built in 1878 by Beyer Peacock, Manchester, England.
It is owned and operated by ARHS ACT Division, Canberra.
The locomotive's top boiler pressure is 140psi.
|South Australian Railways 4-8-2+2-8-4 No. 402||Posted by: Paul Bird on 2005-07-30 08:57:49.09|
This is well and truly the wrong picture, the picture if of 1210, preserved in operation by Australian Railway Historical Society, ACT Division, Canberra. This is an 4-4-0, built by Beyer Peacock in 1878, is is one of the oldest operating steam locos in the world.
|New South Wales Government Railways 4-4-2T No. 1301||Posted by: Paul Bird on 2005-07-30 08:51:06.76|
This loco was used once on the RTM's vintage train in the mid 1970's. I would like to know the machincal condition of the boiler?
|New South Wales Government Railways 4-6-0 No. 3526||Posted by: Paul Bird on 2005-07-30 02:57:46.777|
This locomotive is operational with the NSWRTM, and has been since March 2004.
|New South Wales Government Railways 4-6-2 No. 3801||Posted by: Paul Bird on 2005-07-29 23:04:22.65|
3801's top boiler was originaly 245psi, but when it was rebuilt/restored between 1983-1986, the pressure was droped to a top working pressure of 215psi. This loco is due for a new boiler in the not to distant future, and the new boiler will allow it to steam at it's original top pressure of 245psi as said at top of this info. All the C38 class locomotives were at this top, and in doing so, are in the history books of being the locomotives with the highest boiler pressure in Australian steam locomotion. Thank you you question, hope this helps.
|South African Railways 2-6-2+2-6-2 No. 140||Posted by: Tyler on 2005-07-29 15:26:48.05|
140 is currently being restored to take over for the other NGG16 Garratts when their boiler tickets expire and require overhauling. (#138 in 2007, #143 in 2008)
|NCB Scottish Division, Bank Colliery 0-4-0ST No. 8||Posted by: Paul Bird on 2005-07-29 07:44:07.423|
In NSW Australia, we have two of this type of saddle tank steam locomotives preserved, the following were built by Barclay in Scotland. They are Alison and Marian, both are now preserved, Marian is a Dorrigo Steam Railway & Museum, far North Coast NSW. and Alison is currently at New South Wales Rail Transport Museum, just south of Sydney. Both are in storage, but Alison may be heading to another society, Glenreigh Mountain Railway, on the other side of the Dorrigo line. Two other close sister locos are Marjorie built by Clyde Engineering of Sydney NSW in 1938, being a copy of Kathleen built by Avonside in 1921, Bristol England. Both are preserved at Richmond Vale Railway Museum, Marjorie is in operating condition, with Kathleen being restored to service by late 2006.
|Boston & Maine RR 0-6-0 No. 410||Posted by: Joe on 2005-07-29 00:53:24.98|
Just moved away from the area...the unit is in Lowell, MA, Boston and Maine logo, the paint on her is about a half inch thick, the electric trolly runs just to the left of the yellow line in the picture. This guy has smoe great shots. http://www.fotoimages.com/trains/LNHP.htm
|New Orleans Sewerage 0-4-0CA No. None||Posted by: Richard on 2005-07-28 22:40:24.363|
We have all the parts for this locomotive. They where removed before we put it in the park. The loco was moved in 2003 to our yard on Jefferson HWY. in New Orleans. Plans are to restore it to running condition. This porter has one cylinder bigger then the other it used the same air twice. Theirs a small air tank in the middle of the train to hold the low pressure air and also works like a condenser for the High pressure air.
Ex. Dir. Louisiana Railway Heritage Trust
|Ft. Wilderness Railroad 2-4-2T No. 4||Posted by: Michael on 2005-07-27 14:55:39.73|
Fort Wilderness RR #4 is actually in Livermore, CA, not Camarillo as stated. The photo shown by #2 is actually a photo of #4, located in my backyard.
|House of David 2-6-2 No. 903||Posted by: Tammy Clark on 2005-07-27 05:13:59.757|
From what I understand the House of David is no longer running, therefore the trains are being stored. However one of the engines ( House of David No. 901-2-6-2) and several of the cars has been purchased and re-done by the Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation in Findlay, Ohio. This train is completely re-built and is up and running and great to ride. I myself rode the train as a child (probably the last time being in 1977?) and I have since rode the one that was re-built in Ohio. It brings back many memories of riding the train from one side to the other and back. Please feel free to contact me in regards to the operational House of David train. I live in Findlay and my mother is part of the Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation group that has done the work on the train.
|New Haven 2-8-2 No. 3025 (1658)||Posted by: Doug Bailey on 2005-07-26 16:33:25.847|
Certainly, the photo of the locomotive suspended on a crane was taken when the locomotive was being removed from the ship that brought it from China to the United Stats.
|Gainesville Midland RR 2-8-0 No. 301||Posted by: Sam Willard on 2005-07-26 15:00:45.833|
This Locomotive is about to go under a small resoration for the rust and grafite in her.
|New Haven 2-8-2 No. 3025 (1658)||Posted by: Isaac on 2005-07-26 07:34:52.143|
Taking a look at the photo, does anyone know when it was taken
AND WHY IN THE HECK 1658 WENT UP ON A CRANE?????
|Buffalo Creek & Gauley RR 2-8-0 No. 13||Posted by: Isaac on 2005-07-26 07:28:01.473|
I know this engine is inoperable, but does anyone know its
|Lake Superior & Ishpeming RR 2-8-0 No. 33||Posted by: Isaac on 2005-07-26 07:14:15.797|
This engine has been steamed up a couple of times and I
wouldn't be surprised if it's fully operational now, however if it
is, it won't operate until next season because they aren't
operating any excursions in 2005. Maybe it'll go to that
Dennison Railfest 2006...
|Alberni Pacific 2-8-2T No. 7||Posted by: Tyler on 2005-07-25 17:47:53.907|
MacMillan-Bloedel acquired this engine in 1953 and renumbered it #1007. After falling through a bridge over the Franklin River, an accident which killed the engineer and head brakeman, #1007 was rebuilt and numbered #1055 in 1954. It continued mainline service until 1969 and was put into mill switching service until 1973. The BC Government acquired #1055 in 1975 and donated it to The City of Port Alberni in 1991. The engine was restored to its Alberni Pacific #7 appearance and has been operational ever since.
This engine has the distinction of being the last steam locomotive in BC to haul logs.
-Perserved Steam of BC website
-Vancouver Island Railroads by Robert D. Turner
|Cowichan Valley Railway 0-4-0T No. 25||Posted by: Tyler on 2005-07-25 17:27:42.513|
Boiler Pressure: 140psi when orignally built. Currently 150psi.
|Mayo Lumber Co. Shay - 2 truck No. 3||Posted by: Tyler on 2005-07-25 17:19:44.367|
This engine is now an oil burner. The funnel was only left on for looks.
|Canadian Pacific Railway Co. 4-4-0 No. 29||Posted by: Juergen on 2005-07-24 14:10:23.653|
This engine was indeed in a fire and was badly damaged, but it has been cosmetocally restored since then.