How to display a steam loco
Author: News from Chattanooga
Date: 07-13-2021 - 12:13

Nicest static steam locomotive display I've seen. It's even set "rods down".

I wonder how TVRM got this planned and organized?

The shelter is integrated into the building and will function as a pedestrian walkway after the locomotive is removed someday.
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About Central of Georgia 349

The oldest piece of equipment in TVRM’s collection, this 4-4-0 “American” was built in 1891 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the Savannah & Western Railway as their 557.

Today, the locomotive can be seen cosmetically restored and on display at the Erlanger Children’s Hospital in Chattanooga, TN, on long term loan from TVRM.

What are those four black objects mounted to the side of the boiler? (I'm kinda glad they didn't mount an 1891-era ginormous headlight on it).



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Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  How to display a steam loco News from Chattanooga 07-13-2021 - 12:13
  Re: How to display a steam loco Hot Water 07-13-2021 - 12:39
  Re: How to display a steam loco duh 07-13-2021 - 13:04
  Re: How to display a steam loco An Observer 07-13-2021 - 13:34
  Re: How to display a steam loco RVJ refugee 07-13-2021 - 15:46
  Re: How to display a steam loco JMann 07-14-2021 - 08:38
  Re: How to display a steam loco RVJ refugee 07-14-2021 - 23:24
  Re: How to display a steam loco JMann 07-15-2021 - 08:26
  Re: How to display a steam loco RVJ refugee 07-15-2021 - 15:24
  Re: How to display a steam loco OP 07-13-2021 - 13:35
  Re: How to display a steam loco Rod Roddy 07-13-2021 - 20:55


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