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.
All images Copyright 1995 Darryl Van Nort