1893. 2-10-0 TYPE
THE heaviest engine in the Baldwin Exhibit at the Columbian Exposition was this Decapod type which was built for the New York, Lake Erie & Western Railroad. It had the Wootten firebox and was a compound engine of the Vauclain type.

Cylinders 16 and 27 inches by 28-inch stroke Total weight 195,000 pounds Weight on drivers 172,000 pounds Total wheelbase 27 feet 3 inches Rigid wheelbase 19 feet 10 inches

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