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Owner: Pennsylvania Railroad
Model:BLW 2-10-0Built As:PRR 4616 (2-10-0)
Serial Number:57136Order No:
Frame Number:30.5X32 cylinders, 62" driversBuilt:9/1923
Notes:PRR Class I-1SA
Other locos with this serial:  PRR 4616(2-10-0)
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PRR 4616
Title:  PRR 4616
Description:  PRR 2-10-0's # 4616 and 4243 at Crowl, PA. Photo by Philip Hastings. Date unknown.
Photo Date:  6/30/1955  Upload Date: 3/28/2009 9:29:51 AM
Location:  Crowl, PA
Author:  Jim Gavin
Categories:  Steam,Action
Locomotives:  PRR 4616(2-10-0)
Views:  634   Comments: 1
PRR I1s 4616-4243
Title:  PRR I1s 4616-4243
Description:  2-10-0's 4616 and 4243 take water at Crowl, PA. Date and photographer unknown.
Photo Date:  6/30/1956  Upload Date: 12/27/2008 8:12:17 AM
Location:  Crowl, PA
Author:  Jim Gavin
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4243(2-10-0) PRR 4616(2-10-0)
Views:  849   Comments: 0
PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Title:  PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Description:  #4616 & #4243. Here is a photo of a Pennsylvania Railroad train taken by Philip R. Hastings on 14 September 1956. Shown here (R to L) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957. They are stopped with a 9,000-ton iron-ore train near Crowl, Pennsylvania.
Photo Date:  9/14/1956  Upload Date: 8/15/2016 3:19:28 AM
Location:  Crowl, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4616(2-10-0) PRR 4243(2-10-0)
Views:  238   Comments: 1
PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Title:  PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Description:  #4616 & #4243. Here is a photo of a Pennsylvania Railroad train taken by Philip R. Hastings on 14 September 1956. Shown here (R to L) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957. They are pulling a 9,000-ton iron-ore train near the town of Crowl, Pennsylvania. Anyone have a hankering for Maunero's Ice Cream?
Photo Date:  9/14/1956  Upload Date: 8/15/2016 3:21:37 AM
Location:  Crowl, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4616(2-10-0) PRR 4243(2-10-0)
Views:  196   Comments: 1
PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Title:  PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Description:  #4616 & #4243. Here is a photo of a Pennsylvania Railroad train taken by Philip R. Hastings on 14 September 1956. Shown here (F to R) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957. They are pulling a 9,000-ton iron-ore train as they approach a grade crossing near Crowl, Pennsylvania. You can almost hear the Decapod's banshee whistle wailing!
Photo Date:  9/14/1956  Upload Date: 8/15/2016 3:23:57 AM
Location:  Crowl, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4616(2-10-0) PRR 4243(2-10-0)
Views:  149   Comments: 1
PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Title:  PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Description:  #4616 & #4243. Here is a photo of Pennsylvania Railroad locomotives taken by Philip R. Hastings on 14 September 1956. Shown here (F to R) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957. The brakeman's filling #4243's tender with water. Given the placement of this photo in the series, the implication is that these locomotives uncoupled from the ore train, went to the water tower, recoupled with the ore train, and then proceeded on their journey. Also note the "doghouse" on the tender, the full-empty gauge on the wooden water tower, and the silver-colored telephone box visible at the far right.
Photo Date:  9/14/1956  Upload Date: 8/15/2016 3:43:10 AM
Location:  Shamokin, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4243(2-10-0) PRR 4616(2-10-0)
Views:  221   Comments: 0
PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Title:  PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Description:  #4616 & #4243. Here is a photo of a Pennsylvania Railroad train taken by Philip R. Hastings on 14 September 1956. Shown here (R to L) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957. They are pulling a 9,000-ton iron-ore train as they approach the 1.3% upgrade past Shamokin, Pennsylvania. Note the coast-to-coast tender on the lead engine.
Photo Date:  9/14/1956  Upload Date: 8/15/2016 3:45:52 AM
Location:  Shamokin, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4243(2-10-0) PRR 4616(2-10-0)
Views:  237   Comments: 0
PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Title:  PRR 4616, I-1SA, 1956
Description:  #4616 & #4243. Here is a photo of a Pennsylvania Railroad train taken by Philip R. Hastings on 14 September 1956. Shown here (R to L) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957. They are stopped on the 1.3% upgrade near Locust Gap, Pennsylvania, with a 9,000-ton iron-ore train. The slide's caption indicates that the train stopped due to a "broken coupler knuckle" on one of the hopper cars!
Photo Date:  9/14/1956  Upload Date: 8/15/2016 3:59:13 AM
Location:  Locust Gap, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4243(2-10-0) PRR 4616(2-10-0)
Views:  234   Comments: 1
"The 2-10-0's," Page 24, 1957
Title:  "The 2-10-0's," Page 24, 1957
Description:  Here is page one of a five-page article by David P. Morgan entitled "The 2-10-0's That Thought They Could ~ And Did!" It was published originally in the November 1957 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 24. Photo by Philip R. Hastings. Top Photo: Shown here (R to L) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957.
Photo Date:  11/14/1957  Upload Date: 5/30/2018 4:04:20 AM
Location:  Shamokin, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4243(2-10-0) PRR 4616(2-10-0)
Views:  97   Comments: 1
"The 2-10-0s," Page 25, 1957
Title:  "The 2-10-0s," Page 25, 1957
Description:  Here is page two of a five-page article by David P. Morgan entitled "The 2-10-0's That Thought They Could ~ And Did!" It was published originally in the November 1957 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 25. Photos by Philip R. Hastings. Middle Photo: Shown here (R to L) are PRR engines #4616 and #4243. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #4616 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. #4243 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in December of 1943, and retired in March of 1957. Top & Bottom Photos: Shown here (R to L) are PRR engines #3445 and #4268. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #3445 was built in Juniata as an I-1S during 1919, rebuilt as an I-1SA in January of 1947, and retired in November of 1958. #4268 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in August of 1934, and retired in October of 1959. Note that the helpers are ahead of the cabin car, PRR Class N-5 #477006!
Photo Date:  11/14/1957  Upload Date: 5/30/2018 4:16:53 AM
Location:  Shamokin, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  RollingStock,Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 3445(2-10-0) PRR 4243(2-10-0) PRR 4616(2-10-0) PRR 4268(2-10-0)
Views:  112   Comments: 0
"The 2-10-0s," Page 26, 1957
Title:  "The 2-10-0s," Page 26, 1957
Description:  Here is page three of a five-page article by David P. Morgan entitled "The 2-10-0's That Thought They Could ~ And Did!" It was published originally in the November 1957 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 26. Photo by Philip R. Hastings. Top Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #4616, an I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapod" built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959.
Photo Date:  11/14/1957  Upload Date: 5/30/2018 4:20:36 AM
Location:  Locust Gap, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 4616(2-10-0)
Views:  97   Comments: 0
"The 2-10-0s," Page 27, 1957
Title:  "The 2-10-0s," Page 27, 1957
Description:  Here is page four of a five-page article by David P. Morgan entitled "The 2-10-0's That Thought They Could ~ And Did!" It was published originally in the November 1957 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 27. Photos by Philip R. Hastings. Top Right-Hand Photos: Shown here is PRR engine #4616, an I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapod" built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in February of 1937, and retired in August of 1959. Bottom Photo: Shown here (L to R) are PRR engines #3445 and #4268. Both are I-1SA (2-10-0) "Decapods." #3445 was built in Juniata as an I-1S during 1919, rebuilt as an I-1SA in January of 1947, and retired in November of 1958. #4268 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works as an I-1S during 1923, rebuilt in Juniata as an I-1SA in August of 1934, and retired in October of 1959. Note that the helpers are ahead of the cabin car, PRR Class N-5 #477006!
Photo Date:  11/14/1957  Upload Date: 5/30/2018 4:22:59 AM
Location:  Locust Gap, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  RollingStock,Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 3445(2-10-0) PRR 4616(2-10-0) PRR 4268(2-10-0)
Views:  98   Comments: 0


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