Lima Locomotive Works, Inc.

Photo Credit:
Left: British Columbia Archives - Right: by George Scriptunas
Shop Number 3320 - Built for: Lima Locomotive Works, Inc.
Built:
7-26-1928
Class:
3-PC-13
Trucks:
3
Cylinders:
[#-Dia. x Stroke]
3 - 13 x 15
Gear Ratio:
2.41
Wheel Dia.:
36"
Gauge:
std.
Boiler:
[Style - Dia.]

E.W.T. - 50.125"
Fuel Type:
Wood
Fuel Capacity:
2.5 Cords
Water Capacity:
3000 Gallons
Empty Weight:
As built
160,000
Owners:
Lima Locomotive Works, Inc., Lima, OH, built for stock
Converted to oil burner for Mayo Lumber sale
Hofius Steel & Equipment Co. (D), Seattle, WA
Mayo Lumber Co. Ltd. #4, Paldi, BC, CAN
(2-24-1943) Lake Logging Co. Ltd. #4, Honeymoon Bay, BC, CAN
(12-14-1946) Western Forest Industries Ltd. #5, Honeymoon Bay, BC, CAN
(1-1964) Railway Appliance Research Ltd. (Robert E. Swanson) #114, North Vancouver, BC, CAN
(5-1970) Taken out of regular service
(10-2-1970) State of West Virginia, Cass Scenic RR, #2, Cass, WV
(5-1983) converted to coal burner
Disposition: operational @ Cass Railroad, Cass, WV
Additional Notes: This was the only "Pacific Coast" Shay built to burn wood.
(1969) Vancouver Wharves Ltd, Vancover, BC, never owned Shay, it just worked there under a contract with Railway Appliance Research Ltd.
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