EBT Locomotive Roster
3rd 2 , 'Dinkey'

Number: 3rd 2
Name: Dinkey
Date Built: 5/1903Date Purchased: 1916Date Sold: 1935
Line Built for: H.S. KerbaughDisposition: Scrapped
Builder: Alco/DksnModel: Serial Number: 28647
Style: coal fired steamType: SwitcherWheel Arrangement: 0-4-0T
Track Gauge: 3'Tractive Effort: 2,900Pressure/Power: 125 psi
Valve Gear/Transmission: StevensonDriver Size: 28"Cylinder Bore: 8X20
Weight: 24,000Engine Weight: Adhesive Weight:
Grate: Fuel Capy.: Water Capy.:
Published Photos: EBT 115, 124, 140, 215; AEBT 104, 134

Third #2 started, with another saddletanker, as a shifter on the RI&C Furnace tramway after EBT#1 returned to the railroad. When the furnaces closed she was transferred to the EBT and serveed mostly on the shade gap branch and around Rockhill. She was the smalledst steamer owned by the EBT. By 1931 she was worn out ans was scrapped.

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