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Owner: Southern Pacific
Model:Lima 0-6-0Built As:TNO 156 (0-6-0)
Serial Number:6772Order No:1060
Frame Number:20X26 cylinders, 57.5" driversBuilt:4/1924
Notes:ex-TNO
Other locos with this serial:  SP 156(0-6-0) WWR 842(0-6-0) SP 841(0-6-0) SP 842(0-6-0)
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SP (T&NO) 0-6-0 842
Title:  SP (T&NO) 0-6-0 842
Description:  Southern Pacific 0-6-0 842 was switching cars along the Mississippi River levee, at the north end (railroad east) of Algiers Yard. The locomotive had been built by Lima (6772) in March 1924 as the 156 and was renumbered second 842 in October 1953. It was sold to Standard Sand & Gravel Co. in January 1956 (10 months after this photo) and it still exists. It moved to the Casey Jones Museum in Vaughn, Mississippi in March 1984 and then to Terry, Mississippi in May 2005. (correct month, approximate day)
Photo Date:  5/1/1955  Upload Date: 12/21/2019 6:19:15 PM
Location:  New Orleans, LA
Author:  William T. Harry photo, J.G. Lachaussee collection
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  SP 842(0-6-0) TNO 842(0-6-0)
Views:  531   Comments: 1
WW/SP 0-6-0 842
Title:  WW/SP 0-6-0 842
Description:  This 0-6-0 was built by Lima as Texas & New Orleans 156 in March 1924, was renumbered T&NO 842 in October 1953, and went to the Washington-Western (Standard Gravel Co.) as 842 in January 1956. It was subsequently moved to Standard Gravel's pit at Clifton, Louisiana, then went to the Casey Jones Museum at Vaughn, Mississippi in March 1984, and then to Terry, Mississippi after the museum in Vaughn closed. (approximate date)
Photo Date:  7/1/1957  Upload Date: 8/9/2016 5:20:32 PM
Location:  Jenkins, LA
Author:  J. Parker Lamb photo
Categories:  Roster
Locomotives:  SP 842(0-6-0)
Views:  525   Comments: 0
Washington-Western 842
Title:  Washington-Western 842
Description:  This 0-6-0 is Lima 6772, built in March 1924 as Texas & New Orleans 156. It was renumbered T&NO 842 in 1953 and was sold to the Washington-Western (Standard Gravel Co.) in 1956. The WW used it at Jenkins and moved it here to Clifton in 1967, where it once again wore its original number. It went to the Casey Jones Museum in Vaughn, Mississippi March 1984 and then to Terry, Mississippi in May 2005.
Photo Date:  4/24/1976  Upload Date: 3/26/2010 7:39:50 PM
Location:  Clifton, LA
Author:  Michael Palmieri
Categories: 
Locomotives:  SP 156(0-6-0) WWR 842(0-6-0) SP 842(0-6-0)
Views:  2854   Comments: 1
Green Brothers  0-6-0 156
Title:  Green Brothers 0-6-0 156
Description:  This 0-6-0 was built by Lima in March 1924 as Texas & New Orleans 156; and although it had been renumbered 842 in 1953 to clear the 100-series for diesels, its original number was showing on the cab when this photo was taken. The loco had been sold to the Green Brothers in January 1956 for use in the sand and gravel operations on the north side of Lake Pontchartrain, and was last used at Jenkins before being moved and stored at Clifton. The loco is shown here on the north side of Franklinton, as the ICG (former GM&O) branch which had served Clifton was being torn up. It was subsequently placed on display at the Casey Jones Museum in Vaughn, Mississippi in 1984 and then moved to Terry, Mississippi in May 2005.
Photo Date:  10/3/1981  Upload Date: 8/16/2017 6:13:53 PM
Location:  Franklinton, LA
Author:  Michael Palmieri
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  SP 156(0-6-0) SP 842(0-6-0)
Views:  466   Comments: 1


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