EBT Locomotive Roster

Number: 10
Name: none
Date Built: 10/1906Date Purchased: 1906Date Sold: 1913
Line Built for: East Broad TopDisposition: Scrapped 1931
Builder: BaldwinModel: Serial Number: 29172
Style: coal fired steamType: Ten WheelerWheel Arrangement: 4-6-0
Track Gauge: 3'Tractive Effort: 14,500Pressure/Power: 160 psi
Valve Gear/Transmission: StevensonDriver Size: 48"Cylinder Bore: 16X20
Weight: 81200Engine Weight: Adhesive Weight:
Grate: Fuel Capy.: Water Capy.:
Published Photos: EBT 76

#10 was the last of the locomotives purchased by the East Broad Top that did not have a trailing truck and a wide firebox. As such just 6 years after its purchase, #14 had nearly doubled #10's tractive effort. This coupled with the fact that older 2nd #4 and 2nd #5 both had higher TE, made #10 suplus by 1913. It was sold to the Ohio River and Western (controlled by the Pennsylvania Railroad) for the amount of $6,019, where it served until the road folded in 1931. At the end of OR&W serivce all locomotives were transported to a stanard gauge PRR shops facilities and scrapped.

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