Nevada Northern & Railroads of White Pine County

 

 
Locomotive Photo Roster  

0-6-0ST    No. 337

 
   

 

Builder

Type

Road No.

Built

BN

Cyl.

Drivers (in)

Engine Weight

Tender Weight (light)

Weight on Drivers

Effort

Coal (tons)

H20 (gal)

Comments

Disposition

Baldwin

0-6-0T

337

Oct 1909

33928

18x24

44

116,300

na

116,300

25,500

1

1800

Purchased new as NCCCo. No. 337.

Scrapped in 1951.

Service Notes

First of the series of Baldwin 0-6-0ST's No. 337-341.
Only 337 class Baldwin to get large numeral and cross compound air pump.
Last engine of this class in service at Ruth; out of service in 1944.

 

circa 1915

Exact location uncertain

Jack Thode collection
Image courtesy of Steve Swanson
Used with permission

     

Depicted above after first rebuild: shortened cab roof; coal bunker raised; front sand dome moved forward.


11 July 1939

New Copper Flat engine house, Ruth, NV

Ted Wurm photograph
Bert H. Ward collection

Used with permission


November 1948

Copper Flat RIP track

Jerry Graham photograph
Steve Swanson collection
Used with permission

     
Stored on the RIP track at Copper Flat. The Keystone Bridge is visible behind the pilot of the 337 (far right bottom).

 

 

 

 

Last modified 13 May, 2003 by Keith Albrandt