1907 Northern Pacific Railway
NO. 328 4-6-0
THIS was one of ten Rogers-built ten-wheelers originally ordered for export but acquired by the N.P. when the original purchasers refused acceptance. Being too light and top heavy for main-line service, they were used in branch-line work. The photo was made at Wyoming, Minnesota, in September, 1946, when the 328 was assigned to the now-abandoned Taylors Falls Branch. It is the only one of its class still in existence.

Builder-American Locomotive Co.
Fuel-8 tons
Cylinders-19" X 26"
Weight, engine-153,000 lb.
Steam Pressure- 190 lb.
Water-5,000 gal.
Dia. Drivers-57"
Tractive Effort-26,600 lb.
R.R. Class-S10

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