RailPictures.Net Photo: PPL 4094-D Pennsylvania Power & Light Fireless 0-8-0 at Strasburg, Pennsylvania by Nick McLean
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» Pennsylvania Power & Light (more..)
» Fireless 0-8-0 (more..)
» RR Museum of PA (more..)
» Strasburg, Pennsylvania, USA (more..)
» May 18, 2009
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» PPL 4094-D (more..)
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» Nick McLean (more..)
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This most unusual locomotive has been immaculately restored by the RR Museum of PA. The chunky streamlined loco was the only fireless 0-8-0 ever built. It was built by Heisler in 1939, weighs approx. 95 tons, and has 48" drivers. It can operate at a range of 50-350 psi. which gives it a tractive effort of 31,500-42,000 lbs. The "boiler" (aka tank) has a 6060 gallon capacity.
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