Did damage to the boiler happen in 1985?
How bad is bad in terms of boiler work? (just money & 1472 or is it worse?)
If it was fixed, would the museum even be able to (or want to) run it (since everyone is gone) ?
I am not trying to beat a dead horse here. I want to better understand what went wrong with the boiler.
Thanks in advance,
"Today, No. 94 is again in long term storage at the Western Railway Museum, in need of expensive boiler work."
Railroad Technical Data:
Built in 1909 by Alco-Brooks, shipped to WP 9/28/09, part of an order for 21 locomotives.
Not operable, in need of extensive boiler work. The locomotive is maintained in long term storage in a climate controlled building.
Date Last Modified:
Tuesday, 07 March 2017