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No.3

Class A


Original Hiawatha built in 1936 by the American Locomotive Company.


Cylinder Size 19 in. x 28 in.
Driving Wheel Diameter   84 inches
Boiler Pressure   300 Lbs.
Heating Surface   3245 square feet
Tender Oil Capacity 5544 gallons
Length Overall 88 ft. 7-13/16 in.
No. 206

Built in 1937 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works. This is a 4-8-4 type locomotive, designed specifically to develop high horsepower at high speed, and is equally adaptable for fast freight or heavy passenger service.


Weight on Drivers   282,320 Lbs.

Total Weight

Locomotive and Tender

887,450 Lbs.
Steam Pressure   285 Lbs.
Driving Wheel Diameter   74 inches
Cylinder Size   26 in. x 32 in.
Tractive Effort   70,816 Lbs.
Heating Surface 5509 square feet
Superheating Surface   2336 sq. feet
Fuel  

Coal

Length Overall 110 ft. 1-3/4 in.
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