Lima Locomotive Works, Inc.
Photo Credit:
Left:by Ted Satra
Right: by Robert McDonald (6-16-1961)
Shop Number 3348 - Built for: Unknown Canadian Co.
{2,762nd Lima Built Shay}
Built:
4-28-1930
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"
Boiler Pressure:
In Lbs. (PSI)
200
Tractive Effort:
38,183 Lbs.
Factor of
Adhesion:

4.96
Maximum
Safe Speed:

17.8
Fuel Type:
Oil
Fuel Capacity:
1,200 Gals.
Water Capacity:
3,000 Gallons
Empty Weight:
As built
162,000
Owners:
Lima Locomotive Works, Inc., Lima, OH
Hofius Steel & Equip. Co. (D), Seattle, WA
(c1932) Lima Locomotive Works, Inc., Lima, OH, Shay remained in Seattle
(9-22-1941) Ozette Tbr. Co. #10 (2nd), Lake Ozette, WA
(1945) Rayonier Inc. #10 (2nd), Sekiu, WA
(10-31-1959) City of Forks, WA
Disposition: on display @ Tillicum Park in Forks WA
Additional Notes:
Built for unknown Canadian company, shipped to Hofius Steel & Equip., inspected by Canadian boiler inspector, but the purchaser could not complete payment.
(c1932) Still for sale in Seattle; moved to a siding at Milwaukee's Seattle yard when Hofius closed.
The locomotive is on display along U.S. 101, at Tillicum Park, in Forks, WA. A shelter was constructed over the locomotive to protect it from the weather and repainting of the locomotive was completed in July, 2001. Andrew Craig Magnuson
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