The Porter locomotive works of Pittsburgh specialized in light a line of locomotives for industrial and logging railroads. Typical of its products was the little engine shown here. It was built in 1884 probably for the Saginaw Bay and North Western Railroad, a line later leased by the Michigan Central. (Recent Locomotives, Fig. 366)

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