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STEAM LOCOMOTIVES
Part 3



Photographs of old steam locomotives are so popular on the Internet that I have posted more here. Sorry, but some of these may duplicate ones on other pages of mine. All of the pictures were taken in Columbus, Ohio, probably in 1939.

I1s Decapod followed by N2sa Santa Fe
I1s Decapod followed by N2sa Santa Fe No. 9851
I1s Decapod ahead of an N2sa Santa Fe Type
The same pair of locomotives
A Closeup of N2sa Santa Fe No. 9851, the second engine above
PRR No. 9851 Class N2sa, Santa Fe (2-10-2) type, built for the United States
Railway Administration during WWI and drastically rebuilt by the PRR. The second engine above
9851 again
9851 again
CC2S 0-8-8-0 Mallet Heavy Switcher
CC2S 0-8-8-0 Mallet Heavy Switcher
One of ten CC2S Mallets that were built for Pennsylvania Lines West.
C1 eight-wheeled switcher(0-8-0)
PRR Class C1 eight-wheeled switcher(0-8-0).
The Pennsy did not build an eight-wheeled switcher from 1880 or so until
the mid 1920's. The C1's were among the largest of the type ever built by anyone.
A mechanic, working on the NYC?

A mechanic, working on a Norfolk and Western engine.

The same man washing the engine.  The roundhouse foreman wanted his engine to be clean for me to take a picture of it!
The same man washing the engine. The roundhouse foreman wanted his engine to be clean for me to take a picture of it!





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