The Rhode Island Locomotive Works built five 37-ton Forney engines for the Evansville, Washington and Worthington Railroad in March of 1880. Before delivery could be made, the railroad failed. It was reorganized as the Indianapolis and Evansville Railroad. This line was eventually absorbed by the Chicago and Eastern Illinois. (Recent Locomotives, Fig. 93)

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