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No. 941

Class K1


Built in 1908 by Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company. Originally numbered 2093; renumbered 5593 in 1912, and No. 941 in 1938.


Cylinder Size

21 in. x 28 in.

Driving Wheel Diameter 63 inches
Boiler Pressure

200 Lbs.

Heating Surface 1921 square feet
Tender Water Capacity 8,000 gallons
Tender Coal Capacity 14 Tons
Weight of Engine and Tender 362,900 Lbs.
Tractive Effort 33,320 Lbs.
Length Overall 68 ft. 10-1/8 in.
No. 1550

Built in 1910 by the American Locomotive Company. This is a 4-6-2 or "Pacific" type locomotive, which was for many years the standard locomotive for heavy passenger service. Photograph shows original construction and number. Renumbered 3248 in 1910; No. 6548 in 1912; No. 6168 in 1924, and No. 197 in 1938. Locomotives of this type have now been superheated.


Weight on Drivers 157,200 Lbs.

Total Weight

Locomotive and Tender

403,300 Lbs.
Steam Pressure 200 Lbs.
Driving Wheel Diameter 79 inches
Cylinder Size 23 in. x 28 in.
Tractive Effort 31,870 Lbs.
Length Overall 76 ft. 5-3/8 in.
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