No. 5026

Built in 1912 by the American Locomotive Company. This is a 2-6-6-2 Mallet compound locomotive and was designed to haul through freight trains over the mountains before the mountain divisions of The Milwaukee Road were electrified. Locomotives of this type have since been modernized for present day freight service and are now numbered in the series 50 to 66 inclusive.

Weight on Drivers 327,500 Lbs.

Total Weight

Locomotive and Tender

562,000 Lbs.
Steam Pressure   200 Lbs
Driving Wheel Diameter   57 inches
Cylinder Size:    
High pressure 23-1/2 in. x 30 in.
Low pressure 37 in. x 30 in.
Tractive Effort   70,396 Lbs.
Heating Surface 5240 square feet
Fuel Coal
Length Overall 88 ft. 7 in
No. 360

Class L3

Built in 1919 by American Locomotive Company. Originally numbered 8657. Renumbered as shown in photograph in 1938.

Cylinder Size   27 in. x 32 in.
Driving Wheel Diameter   63 inches
Boiler Pressure   200 Lbs
Heating Surface

4311 square feet

Tender Water Capacity 10,000 gallons
Tender Coal Capacity   16 tons

Total Weight

Locomotive and Tender

503,800 Lbs.
Tractive Effort   62,949 Lbs.
Length Overall   82 ft. 6-1/8 in.

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