Lima Locomotive Corporation

Photo Credit:
Both: from George R. Kadelak collection
Shop Number 2804 - Built for: W. M. Carney Mill Co.
Built:
1-14-1916
Class:
C
70-3
Trucks:
3
Cylinders:
[#-Dia. x Stroke]
3 - 12 x 15
Gear Ratio:
2.25
Wheel Dia.:
36"
Gauge:
std.
Boiler:
[Style - Dia.]

E.W.T. - 50"
Fuel Type:
Wood
Fuel Capacity:
5 Tons
Water Capacity:
3000 Gallons
Empty Weight:
As built
120,900
Owners:
W. M. Carney Mill Co. #5 (2nd), Atmore, AL
(12-1916) Lima Locomotive Works, Lima, OH, returned, converted to coal
(by 5-1917) Raleigh Lumber Co. (W. M. Ritter Lumber Co.), Raleigh & Southwestern RY #1, Fitzpatrick, WV
W. M. Ritter Lumber Co. #1, Oxley, WV
W. M. Ritter Lumber Co., Winding Gulf RR #1, Maben, WV
(10-22-1945) W. M. Ritter Lumber Co. #36, New River, TN
Brimstone RR #36, New River, TN
(7-1965) Georgia-Pacific Corp., Brimstone & New River RR #36, New River, TN
(7-1965) Brimstone & New River RR #36, New River, TN
(10-1965) Condemned by the ICC for dead flanges
(4-1966) Southern RY. (as subsidiary New River Ry., controlled by the CNO&TP), New River, TN
(1967) Loaned to: Tennessee Valley RR Museum #36, Chattanooga, TN
(~1973) Loaned to: Bear Creek Scenic RR, Robbinsville, NC, for display
(3-1987) George R. Kadelak (railfan), Crown Point, IN
(3-1987) Leased to: Cass Scenic RR #36, Cass, WV
(11-1996) State of West Virginia, Cass Scenic RR #36 (future #10), Cass WV,
Disposition: awaiting restoration @ Cass Scenic Railroad, Cass, WV
Additional Notes:
Future Cass #10
Converted to coal burner
SLc Survivor List