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Norfolk and Western 1218 and 2156 Steam Locomotives!

The Black Diamond inspection engine, though considered by some to be a bit of an oddity, appears to have been commonly used by railroads in the latter half of the 19th century and the first two decades (or more) of the 20th century. Many of them are odd looking beasts, often looking like a cross between a carriage and a steam locomotive.

The other "Black Diamond". The Reading Company owned at least 13 of these tiny inspection locomotives.

Pennsylvania Railroad 2-10-0 Decapod, I1 class, steam locomotive # 4521, is seen near a railroad coaling tower at East Altoona, Pennsylvania, September 16, 1955, John Dziobko Jr. Photo

Pennsylvania Railroad Decapod, class, steam locomotive # is seen near a railroad coaling tower at East Altoona, Pennsylvania, September John Dziobko Jr.

RailPictures.Net Photo: PRR 7133 Pennsylvania Railroad Steam 4-6-2 at Parkesburg, Pennsylvania by John Dziobko www.godfatherrails.com

Net Photo: PRR 7133 Pennsylvania Railroad Steam at Parkesburg, Pennsylvania by John Dziobko www.

New York Central F12 class 4-6-0 Ten Wheeler steam locomotive # 1244, is seen hauling a passenger train at Yorktown Heights, New York, 07-20-1951

New York Central class Ten Wheeler steam locomotive # is seen hauling a passenger train at Yorktown Heights, New York,

Pennsylvania Railroad K 4 class Pacific steam locomotive on a passenger train. Circa 1930's.

Pennsylvania Railroad K 4 class Pacific steam locomotive on a passenger train passing through Englewood Station.

Steam Locomotive "Francis" Avonside Engine Company

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