Possibly built for another company but never delivered, Alco sold the engine in 1923 to Lowville and Beaver River Railroad, an Adirondack shortline in New York that hauled passengers and freight. The company selected the year of purchase as the engine number. Sold to Nelson Blount, 1964. Smallest of four Consolidations in the Steamtown collection. About 150 Consolidations exist nationwide.
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