Lima Locomotive Works, Inc.
Photo Credit:
Left: by Lima staff (BP 5-1945)
Right: George R. Kadelak collection (BP 5-1945)
Top: George R. Kadelak collection (BP 5-1945)
Shop Number 3354 - Built for: Western Maryland Railway
Built:
5-14-1945
Class:
C
150-3
Trucks:
3
Cylinders:
[#-Dia. x Stroke]
3 - 17 x 18
Gear Ratio:
2.45
Wheel Dia.:
48"
Gauge:
std.
Boiler:
[Style - Dia.]

E.W.T. - 62.375"
Fuel Type:
Coal
Fuel Capacity:
9 Tons
Water Capacity:
6000 Gallons
Empty Weight:
As built
269,960
Owners:
Western Maryland RY Co., Western Maryland RY #6, Elkins, WV
(9-1950) Retired from service
(7-4-1953) Baltimore & Ohio Transportation Museum #6, Mount Clare Roundhouse, Baltimore, MD
(8-1980) Leased to: State of West Virginia, Cass Scenic RR #6, Cass, WV
(1990) Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum, Inc., Baltimore, MD
Shay still leased to State of West Virginia, Cass Scenic RR #6, Cass, WV
Disposition: (7-1984) Operational, Cass Scenic RR #6, Cass, WV
Additional Notes: Last Lima Shay built
Largest surviving Shay
(8-1980) This Shay is on a fifty year, renewable lease, from the Baltimore & Ohio Transportation Museum. The lease terms included Shay sn-1519 and St. Elizabeth's Hospital 0-4-0T Porter going to the museum from Cass.
SLc Survivor List