Locomotives

This category represents all locomotives in the AoSR collection.

Carnegie Steel 0-4-0T Saddletank No. 14

Carnegie Steel 0-4-0T Saddletank No. 14 Previous Next This diminutive locomotive was constructed by Pittsburgh’s H.K. Porter Company in April 1897 as No.14 for the Carnegie Steel plant in Cochran, Pennsylvania. It was later transferred to U.S. Steel in Duquesne as that mill’s No.727. It is believed that its small tender was constructed and added …

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Alabama, Tennessee & Northern 2-10-0 No. 401

Alabama, Tennessee & Northern 2-10-0 No. 401 Previous Next The Alabama, Tennessee & Northern Railroad was a 220-mile long short line railroad in the state of Alabama. Through various mergers and expansions the railroad eventually reached the port of Mobile in 1928, but AT&N rails never got anywhere close to reaching Tennessee. During this same …

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Grand Trunk Western 4-8-4 No. 6325

Grand Trunk Western 4-8-4 No. 6325 Previous Next Constructed in 1942 by American Locomotive Company’s Schenectady Works, Grand Trunk Western 4-8-4 No.6325 hauled both wartime freight and passenger trains between Detroit and Chicago. The smallish Northern Types were well-suited for the GTW’s needs; they were powerful and quick and handled such trains as the Maple …

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Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 No. 1278

Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 No. 1278 Previous Next Former Canadian Pacific 4-6-2 No.1278 was one of thirty class G-5-d engines built during 1948 at Canadian Locomotive Company in Kingston, Ontario. The G-5 class’s lightweight construction and modern design made the locomotives perfect for light-rail, branch line duty on CP’s passenger and freight trains. Development of the …

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