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Locomotives and Rolling Stock : Steam Locomotives

These sites feature steam locomotives. Some will cover a specific type of locomotive, while others will cover a certain railroad or era.

There are 42 links in this category

Mallets in the Tall Timber
A web page dedicated to the history of the Baldwin logging Mallet. Articulated locomotives. That description brings to the minds of most American rail fans machines like Union Pacific's Big Boys, or the Y6s of the Norfolk & Western. However, another interesting aspect of the history of articulated locomotives in America are the Baldwin Logging Mallets, of which forty-four were built between 1909 and 1937.
Info: URL: http://loggingmallets.railfan.net/ (Added: 21-Aug-2000)
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Mammoth Locomotive Works
Mammoth Locomotive Works has been involved with the live steam hobby for well over three decades and has been a major force in large-scale live steam. Our product line includes everything from large-scale locomotives to trucks and accessories to boilers; and we offer onsite consultative services, FRA boiler inspections and project development services.
Info: URL: https://mammothlocomotiveworks.com/ (Added: 4-Dec-2001)
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Multipower International, Inc.
Multipower International, Inc. has been the leading supplier of steam locomotive parts and accessories worldwide since 1995. We cover the entire steam locomotive line for both standard and narrow gauge applications.
Info: URL: http://www.multipowerinternational.com/ (Added: 26-Jun-2006)
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New Zealand Geared Locomotives
This site is dedicated to preserving the history of the geared locomotives that were designed and built in New Zealand for its bush tramways. This site is constructed and maintained by John Garner
Info: URL: http://www.trainweb.org/nzgearedlocomotives/ (Added: 17-Sep-2001)
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Norfolk and Western 611
Norfolk and Western 611 is a preserved 4-8-4 steam locomotive built and operated by the Norfolk and Western Railway from 1950 to 1959. Built at the Roanoke Shops in May 1950, No. 611 is the only surviving example of fourteen class J locomotives, and currently the largest operating 4-8-4 "Northern" type locomotive in the United States.

611 was retired in 1959 from revenue passenger service and moved to the Virginia Museum of Transportation (VMT) in 1962. In 1982, Norfolk Southern restored the locomotive to operating condition for excursion service as it became the star of their steam program pulling excursions throughout the eastern United States. No. 611 was retired again in December 1994 and moved back to the VMT. In February 2013, the VMT formed a campaign called Fire Up 611! to return No. 611 to operating condition once again for excursion service in May 2015.

Info: URL: http://www.vmt.org/collections/rail/steam-locomotives/steam-locomotive-norfolk-and-western-class-j-611/ (Added: 10-Nov-1999)
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Pennsylvania Railroad K4s Class Pacific
In 1914 the Pennsylvania Railroad built, what many people believe to be, one of the most famous Locomotives to have ever roamed the rails, the K4s Class 4-6-2 Pacific. A photographic recollection of all 425 PRR K4s Class locomotives. (That's right, at least one picture of every single K4!) By Gary Mittner.
Info: URL: http://www.angelfire.com/film/prrpics/index.html (Added: 14-Sep-2000)
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Pere Marquette 1225
Pere Marquette 1225, the largest and most impressive piece in the Steam Railroading Institute's collection, is one of the largest operating steam locomotives in Michigan. The 1225 was built in October of 1941 by the Lima Locomotive Works in Lima, Ohio for the Pere Marquette Railway.

Pere Marquette 1225 is owned, maintained and operated by the Steam Railroading Institute. It's part of the National Register of Historic Structures and is renowned for its role in the 2004 Warner Brothers Christmas Classic, THE POLAR EXPRESSâ„¢. 1225's blueprints were used as the prototype for the locomotive image as well as its sounds to bring the train in the animated film to life!

Info: URL: https://www.michigansteamtrain.com/about/equipment/pere-marquette-1225 (Added: 24-Jul-2000)
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Reading Class T-1 4-8-4 Locomotives
Philadelphia & Reading 4-8-4 "Northern" Type Locomotives. The Reading Class T-1's were handsome heavy-duty locomotives which saw steady work until diesels took over freight service in the early 1950's. As they were taken out of service, the T-1's were kept in top-notch shape inside the Reading Roundhouse.
Info: URL: http://www.steamlocomotive.com/locobase.php?country=USA&wheel=4-8-4&railroad=pr (Added: 12-Apr-1999)
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Reading T-1 2102
Reading T-1 2102 Brian Wowak
Info: URL: http://wowak.railfan.net/2102.html (Added: 12-Jun-2000)
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Richard Leonard's Steam Locomotive Archive
The 1950s were the last decade during which steam locomotives were used in regular main line service on North American railroads. They were also the decade during which I reached my teen years, and began to photograph these locomotives wherever and whenever I could. For many years my archive of steam photos lay hidden in the dark confines of storage boxes and basement shelves. But now, thanks to the Internet, my steam photography in the 1950s and after is available to steam fans all over the world.
Info: URL: https://www.railarchive.net/rlsteam/ (Added: 29-Dec-2005)
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