|This switcher has the sloped tender common on tender locomotive designed for switching duties. The right side of the locomotive and tender have been cut away and painted to display the inner workings of a steam locomotive. On display at Steamtown, Scranton, Pennsylvania, this 59 ton engine built by Baldwin in 1923 has 46" drivers and 19" x 24" cylinders.|
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