4449 has become a famous engine after pulling the American Freedom Train in 1975. Therefore it was put on a pedestal in the city of Portland. After the AFT-runs it was stored again. As of 1981 the engine is operated by the Oregon Rail Heritage Foundation.
|Diameter driving wheels||2032 mm|
|Weight full||358 ton|
|Overheated area||194 m2|
|Grate area||8 m2|
|Cilinders||2: 648x813 mm|
|Fuel capacity||oil: 22 m³|
|Water capacity||89 m3|
|1941||Build for||Southern Pacific Co.||GS-4||/ 4449|
|1958||Donated to||City of Portland||GS-4||/ 4449|
|1974||On loan to||American Freedom Train Foundation||GS-4||/ 4449|
|1977||Returned to||City of Portland||GS-4||/ 4449|
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