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Owner: Pennsylvania Railroad
Model:UNKNOWN 4-4-2Built As:Builder Info (Unavailable )
Serial Number:5438Order No:
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Notes:PRR Class E-1; SACM (France); 1904-1913.
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PRR Locomotive Roster, Page 54, AUG 1941
Title:  PRR Locomotive Roster, Page 54, AUG 1941
Description:  Here is page 15 of a 34-page article (in five installments) entitled "Locomotives Of the Pennsylvania." It was published originally in the August 1941 issue of "Railroad" magazine, page 54. Partial Caption: "One of the most famous experimental engines ever tested by the Pennsylvania was Number 2512, a de Glehn Compound built in Belford, France, and exhibited at the St. Louis Exposition of 1905." #2512 was built during 1904 and retired in May of 1913. Correction ~> Engine #1361 is actually a K-4S (4-6-2) "Pacific," not an "E4s."
Photo Date:  8/1/1941  Upload Date: 2/14/2018 9:45:55 AM
Location:  Altoona(Juniata), PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Roster,Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 2512(4-4-2)
Views:  136   Comments: 0
"PRR Ventures in Locomotives," Page 15, 1949
Title:  "PRR Ventures in Locomotives," Page 15, 1949
Description:  Here is page two of a six-page article entitled "PRR Ventures in Locomotives." It was published originally in the October 1949 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 15. Top Photo: Shown here is Pennsylvania Railroad engine #700, an E-1 (4-4-2) "Atlantic" built in Juniata during 1899 and retired in 1911. Second Photo: Shown here is Pennsylvania Railroad engine #2512, an E-Class (4-4-2) "Atlantic" built by Societe Alsacienne de Constructions Mecaniques during 1904 and retired in May of 1913. Third Photo: Shown here is Pennsylvania Railroad engine #7451, an E-28 (4-4-2) "Atlantic" built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works during 1905 and retired in November of 1925. Bottom Photo: Shown here is Pennsylvania Railroad engine #7452, an E-29 (4-4-2) "Atlantic" built by the American Locomotive Company during 1905 and retired in April of 1925.
Photo Date:  10/1/1949  Upload Date: 7/16/2016 2:21:56 PM
Location:  Altoona, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 700(4-4-2) PRR 2512(4-4-2) PRR 7451(4-4-2) PRR 7452(4-4-2)
Views:  415   Comments: 0
"Power To Burn," Page 5, 1976
Title:  "Power To Burn," Page 5, 1976
Description:  Here is page five of a 96-page monograph entitled "Power To Burn: Smoke, Steam, & Cinders" that was edited by James M. Shafer and published during 1976. Top Photo Caption: "PRR No. 700, a Class E-1, "Camelback" engine, was one of three of its kind built by the PRR and later sold to the Long Island Rail Road." Bottom Photo Caption: "PRR No. 2512, a French compound built in 1904 and tested on the Pittsburgh Division, was scrapped in 1912."
Photo Date:  8/29/1976  Upload Date: 2/20/2019 11:50:36 AM
Location:  Altoona, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 700(4-4-2) PRR 2512(4-4-2)
Views:  71   Comments: 0


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