White Pass & Yukon Route 2-8-2 No. 192
Pigeon Forge, TN, United States
Location: Dollywood
Status: Operational
Posted: Mar 20, 2015 @ 15:03:23 by caleb hodge
I was at dollywoods season pass holders sneak preiview day today and 192 was pulling the dollywood express
Posted: Jan 11, 2015 @ 15:01:56 by Caleb Hodge
192 is in the shop as of november of 2014 but she should be out by spring of 2015
Posted: Jul 11, 2014 @ 20:07:47 by Chris Huffman
There really is only 4 190s left. 190 at Tweetsie, 192 at Dollywood, 195 on display in Alaska and 196 which is buried in the Skagway river. Now some people have said and documented that right after the White Pass removed steam from there road, 3 to 4 190s went to Peru or some where down south in another country to work on railroads down there but were soon scraped sometime between the 80s and 2000s.
Posted: Sep 20, 2009 @ 15:09:46 by kyrailfan
Klondike Kate gets to take a rest again for a while. Big siss is back on the rails in a southern railway style.
Posted: Sep 14, 2007 @ 15:09:37 by David Flores

It Seems that 5 190 class 2-8-2s are out there with this one and a sister operation on the tweetsie railroad in North Carolina while others are on is diplay like sister engine 195 some may be stored as the case with number 70 and 71 at the Dollywood Theme Park

Posted: Jun 6, 2005 @ 14:06:20 by Sam Willard
This locomotive's nick name is Klondike Katie, she also has a sister that is hardly mentioned,#195, witch is still in Alaska.
Posted: Apr 18, 2005 @ 17:04:02 by M. Loven
For the 2005 season, the Radley-Hunter spark arresting smoke stacks have been removed from the Dollywood locomotives.  The park is now using a different device to reduce cinder output.  The Radley-Hunter stacks had been on the locomotives since 1996.       
Posted: Apr 28, 2003 @ 23:04:05 by Tim Smith
#192 has never been on the property at Tweetsie she was refurbished in the Smoky Mtn RR shops in Sevierville before going to the park. #190 and #192 were also purchased about a year apart.  #190 came down in the Spring of 1960, and #192 the following year.
Posted: Apr 27, 2003 @ 23:04:13 by Carey Holtsclaw

The Original Locomotive at Dollywood. 

  Was Brought to Tweetsie Railroad in Boone, NC along with Sister 190 in 1959.  Was Moved here in 1961 to Operate on Rebel Railroad.  Was the Main Motive Power for Years, until #'s 70&71 came in the 80's.   #192 was modified from Oil to burn Coal when she came South in 1959.  Not a Mountain Engine, buts manages to pull the 5% Grade just Fine.

Posted: Dec 23, 2002 @ 15:12:57 by