Consolodations are locomotives of the 2-8-0 wheel arrangement based on Whyte's system. Select the locomotive number to view each image.

  • Central Vermont number 463 at St. Albans, New York. Note the tender booster on this locomotive.

  • Chicago and North Western number1825 used in light freight service.
    This engine is equipped with Baker Valve Gearand the tender has a steam operated coal pusher.

  • Deleware & Hudson high-pressure steam numbers1400 and 1401.
    Number 1401 was named the "John B. Jervis" and is shown "at speed" with a coal drag.
    ALCO built three similar engines for the D&H around 1930.

  • San Diego and Arizona Railroad number101 is an oil burner purchased from the Southern Pacific Railroad.
    The locomotivewas built in Schenectady, New York in 1914.

  • Wabash Railroad number2327 observed switching at Landers Yards (79th and Kedzie) on Chicago's South side.
    Baldwin built this coal burning locomotive.

  • Toledo, Peoria, & Western Class H-1, number 11 on a local extra freight near Peoria, Illinois. Number 11 was built by Baldwin.

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All images Copyright 1995 Darryl Van Nort