RailPictures.Net Photo: VIS 6 Viscose Company Steam 0-4-0 at North East, Pennsylvania by Nick Ozorak
  Login Sign Up 

Photo Location Map Locomotive Details Location/Date of Photo

View Larger Map
Viscose Company (more..)
Steam 0-4-0 (more..)
Lake Shore Railway Museum (more..)
North East, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
August 18, 2013
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
VIS 6 (more..)
Steam Weekend (more..)
Nick Ozorak (more..)
Contact Photographer Photographer Profile 
Remarks & Notes 
I realized I've seen this engine for five years in a row: Train Festival 2009, Cuyahoga Valley (2010), Train Festival 2011, Oil Creek & Titusville (2012), and now here in 2013. This little tank engine was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the American Viscose company in 1924. It was used as a plant switcher in Roanoke. The locomotive was retired in the early 1960s and sold to Gem City Iron & Metal Company where it rested for 40 years. In 2004, the locomotive was purchased by Scott Symans and restored in less than three years. Now, the locomotive travels the country and gives the public the chance to operate a real steam locomotive.
Community Response Photo Comments (1) 
Views: 3,067     Favorited: 7
Since added on August 21, 2013

+ Add to Favorites

+ Nominate for People's Choice

+ Subscribe

+ Add to Photo Album

+ Post a Photo Comment
* Views on this page updated in real-time.

 User Photo Albums Containing this Photo (1)+ Add to Album
America's Finest Railroads

Album created by member partneylr777
Album Views: 178,291
An attempt to put the best picture of engines that represent each of America's railroads. When a better picture of an engine/type is found, it will be added.
Add to Photo Album or Get Your Own Photo Album

EXIF Data for this photo: [What's this?]

This image contains EXIF headers - Click Here to show the data.

Photo Copyright 2013 Nick Ozorak. All Rights Reserved. Photo Usage Policy
This website Copyright © 2002-2019. All Rights Reserved.