Lowville & Beaver River Railroad 1923 (2-8-0)

Lowville and Beaver River Railroad 1923 is a 122,500 lb. Consolidation built in 1920 at the Cooke Works of the American Locomotive Company (ALCO.) It has 50" drivers and 18" x 24" cylinders. Originally built for export to Cuba, it could not be delivered and was sold to the Lowville and Beaver River Railroad in 1923 to haul passengers and freight in the Adirondacks. It is on display at Steamtown, Scranton, Pennsylvania.

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