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Class SA Description
- Manufacturer: American Locomotive Co. (1 – 3) and Baldwin Locomotive Works (4 – 5) , Philadelphia, PA
- Production era: 1909 – 1910
- Only five were produced
- 8 wheel switcher
- Top speed: Approximately 10 mph
- Built in August 1910 for the Virginian Railway
- Retired in 1957 and donated to Princeton, WV. Exhibited in front of the Mercer County Courthouse where vandalism took a great toll.
- Traded to the N&W for a caboose in 1960
- Refurbished by the N&W Shops and placed in the Museum in 1963
- Last remaining steam engine of the Virginian Railway
- Length: 64 ft
- Height: 14 ft. 10 in.
- Width: 10 ft. 4 in.
- Weight (engine): 182,300 lbs
- Wheel configuration: 0-8-0
- Tractive effort: 45,200 lbs
- Cylinder, bore & stroke: 22 x 28 in.
- Driver size: 51 in
- Tender capacity: 10 tons
- Tender water capacity: 5,000 gal.
- tender weight (loaded): 111,400 lbs.
- Boiler pressure: 200 psi
- Grate area: 31.5 sq. ft.