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By John H. White Jr.

Appealing, particular modern engravings, broadly researched resources. usually American household engines. many sorts: grasshoppers, camel-backs, Moguls, Forneys, plus a few recognized ones—the basic, Reuben Wells, Pennsylvania, extra. most sensible resource for a magnificent engine.

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Rogers produced this simple, neat eight wheeler in August 1880 for the SI. Louis and San Francisco Railroad. 11 was cut up in April . 1914. (Rogers Col%g. p. 102) 54 Somewhat more exotic than the previous Rogers product was the Long Island Rai lroad's No, 83, built in 1882. An anthracite burner. its appearance was marred by the extended smoke box so popular in the 1880's. (Rogers Cotalog. p. 112) 55 The New York, Susquehanna and Western purchased this Mogul from Rogers in 1884 for freight service.

The Conso/idalion was completed in 1866 for the Lehigh Valley Railroad. This wheel arrangement soon became one of the most popular on our railroads. Several examples are shown elsewhere in this volume. (Engineering, Aug. 27, 1869, p. 146) 32 The Far West had several small locomotive b uilders. The most importan t was the Union Iron Works of San Francisco which built this six-wheel tank locomotive for the Pittsburgh Railroad in 1867. The fou r-w heel car to the rear of the engine is a coal hop per car, not a tender.

49-52) 48 The Bee is shown here as it was rebuilt in 1883, with eight driv ing wheels and leading and trailing wheels. Originally it had ten drivers and a leading truck. The reconstruction was to assist backward movement. It was built in 1867 at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. (Recent Locomo tives, Fig. 354) 49 Another wheel arrangemen t unusual for its time was to be found on the Lehigh Valley Railroad's Champion, ro mpleled in 1882 at the railroad 's repair shops Locomolives, Fig . 72) In Weatherly, Pennsylvania.

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