Lima Machine Works

(BP 5-1889)
Photo Credit:
Both: George Kadelak collection
Shop Number 236 - Built for: F. H. & C. W. Goodyear
{202nd Lima Built Shay}
Built:
5-28-1889
Class:
B
45-2
Trucks:
2
Cylinders:
[#-Dia. x Stroke]
3 - 12x12
Gear Ratio:
2.056
Wheel Dia.:
32"
Gauge:
std.
Boiler:
[Style - Dia.]

W.T. - 44"
Boiler Pressure:
In Lbs. (PSI)
160
Tractive Effort:
22,417 Lbs.
Factor of
Adhesion:

4.64
Maximum
Safe Speed:

18.6
Fuel Type:
Coal
Fuel Capacity:
3.75 Tons
Water Capacity:
2,000 Gallons
Empty Weight:
As built
81,300
Owners:
F. H. & C. W. Goodyear, Sinnemahoning Valley RR #8 (1st), Austin, PA
(11-21-1892) Paint Rock Coal & Coke Co. #2, Oneida, TN
H. Weston Lumber Co., Logtown, MS
Southern Iron & Equip. Co.(D) #1077, Atlanta, GA *
(8-1916) Hilley-Norrell Mining Co. (A. J. Bowron), (?loc)
(10-1917) Southern Iron & Equip. Co.(D) #1241, Atlanta, GA *
(8-28-1918) Millard & Lupton Co., Chattanooga, TN, For:
J. G. White Engineering Co. (U. S. Engineering Corp.) #8, Muscle Shoals, AL
M. K. Frank (D), (?loc) For:
Southern Iron & Equip. Co.(D) #1674, Atlanta, GA *
(7-1921) Conasauga River Lbr. Co. #1, Conasauga, TN
Southern Iron & Equip. Co.(D) #1893, Atlanta, GA *
(2-1924) Case-Fowler Lbr. Co. #2, Toomsboro, GA
Disposition: Scrapped
Additional Notes: new boiler 2-14-1925
F.H. & C.W. Goodyear was Frank Henry and his brother, Charles Waterhouse Goodyear
* Owned by Dealer