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The locomotive below was road number 11 owned by the Paducah, Tennessee,
and Alabama Railroad Company. The locomotive was configured as a 4-4-0. 
It was built by the McQueen Company in 1876.  It had 17" x 24" cylinders and 62"
driver wheels. It weighed 79,500 lbs. It was running freight and
passenger traffic between Paducah and Memphis in 1894. It would
have been a regular through Westport, Yuma, and Wildersville,
Tennessee.  It became part of  the NC&StL rolling stock in 1896.   It was
later sold to the Georgia Car & Locomotive Company on 1 June 1919.

 





From "Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: History and Steam Locomotives."
 
1967  by Richard E. Prince. Published by Indiana University Press, 2001.
Reprinted by permission of Indiana University Press."


           

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