Alexander Seal

Locomotives

Class C 4-6-2 "Pacific"

A light Pacific of the 463-465 series handled the daily, except Sunday, passenger trains 162 and 163

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Class O 4-6-0 "Ten-Wheeler"

More of less asigned permanently to the Mountain Subdivision during the 1940's:

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Class S 2-8-2 "Mikado"

Helperss

More of less asigned permanently to the Mountain Subdivision during the 1940's:

No.   Built By Year Tractive Force
Lbs.
Weight Wheelbase Builders Shop No. Scrapped  
Engine Tender
351 O American Locomotive Company, Schenectady 1903              
352              
353           1937  
354              
355              
356 1905           1937  
357           1937  
358              
359              
360              
361           May 1948  
362              
363              
364 O-1 American Locomotive Company, Providence 1906              
365              
366              
367           Oct 1953  
368           Aug 1942  
369           Jun 1951  
370           Oct 1953  
371              
372              
373 O-2 Baldwin 1907           Nov 1953  
374           Oct 1947  
376              
377 1908              
378              
379           Nov 1953  
380           Oct 1953  
381              
382              
383 O-4 Lima 1923           Mar 1953  
384           Jun 1952  
385              
386              
387           Dec 1952  
388           May 1950  
389              
390           Jun 1949  
401 O-3 American Locomotive Company, Pittsburg 1918 32700 206500 145000 62ft 0in   1949  
402      
403   Apr 1949  
404   Mar 1951  
405      
406      
407   Apr 1949  
408      
409 American Locomotive Company, Schenectady 1920   May 1953  
410   Jun 1950  
411   Mar 1951  
412      
No.   Built By Year Tractive Force
Lbs.
Weight Wheelbase Builders Shop No. Scrapped  
Engine Tender
450 C American Locomotive Company, Schenectady 1907 32000     67ft 0in      
451     1937  
452   1909     Dec 1953  
453        
454     Dec 1955  
455   1910   Nov 1953  
456   1911   Mar 1956  
457     1936  
458 C-1 1912     1948  
459     Feb 1956  
460 1913   1951  
461     1950  
462     1949  
463   1914        
464     1952  
465 C-2   1948  
466 C-3 1917 37700, 47700 with booster 268300 170800 68ft 5½in 57885    
467 156000 57886 Dec 1952  
468 170800 57887    
469 1924 272000 190800 68ft 6in 65554 Dec 1953  
470 65555 Preserved  
No.   Built By Year Tractive Force
Lbs.
Weight Wheelbase Builders Shop No. Scrapped  
Engine Tender
501 W American Locomotive Company, Schenectady 1910 36600         Preserved  
502         1946  
503            
504            
506            
507            
508            
509         1953  
510 W-1 1912 37000            
511         1940  
512            
513            
514            
515         1952  
516         1953  
517 1913            
518            
519         Preserved  
520            
521         1953  
522         1952  
523            
524 W-2 1914            
526         Apr 1954  
527            
528         1951  
No.   Built By Year Tractive Force
Lbs.
Weight Wheelbase Builders Shop No. Scrapped  
Engine Tender
601   American Locomotive Company, Schenectady 1914 51200 275000 156000 69ft 1½in      
602        
603        
604   1915      
605        
606 S      
607 S   1948  
608 S      
609 S      
610 S   1948  
611 S 1916   Oct 1953  
612 S      
613 S   1951  
614 S      
615 S      
616 S   Nov 1953  
617   1918      
618     1948  
619        
620        
621 S -URSA 1919 54600 290000 172000 71ft 3½in   Dec 1952 Broadway Limited Imports
622   May 1952
623   Jan 1956
624    
625   Jan 1956
626   1951
627   1924 51200, 60400lbs. with booster. 298000 171800 69ft 2in      
628        
629     May 1952  
630        
631     1951  
632        
                     

Locomotives worked in rotation out of Rigby from the Portland division and were most often asigned to train 376, the big through freight for St. Johnsbury and occasionally as helper engines at Bartlett.

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Class W 2-8-0 "Consolidation"

Any one of the 501-528 class W's usually drew the Rigby to Bartlett and return way freight RZ-2 and ZR-1. The 500's were used exclusively east of Bartlett and only ventured west as an occasional helper to Crawford station or on a work or plough train to St. Johnsbury,

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B&M EMD E7 - 3806

MEC EMD E7 708 (worked the last train 26th April 1958) 710, 711

EMD F3 681+682, 686

EMD GP7 576

EMD SW7 331, 332

Detailing