Nevada Northern & Railroads of White Pine County

 

 
Locomotive Photo Roster  

0-6-2ST    No. 81

 
   

 

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

0-6-2T

81

Sep 1923

57016

21x24

50

~180,000; 157,540 in 0-6-0 config

na

 

32,300

3

2000

Purchased new UCC No. 81; 0-6-0ST.

Scrapped at McGill Autumn, 1951.

Service Notes

Utah Copper Co.No. 81.
To NCCCo. No. 81 on 11 January 1929.
Probably the last of the Baldwins coming from Utah Copper Co.rebuilt to 0-6-2ST, c1940 with extended frame, enlarged cab, trailing trucks, and large coal bunker.

 

26 July 1938

Star Pointer Shops
Ruth, Nevada

Ted Wurm photograph
Douglas S. Richter collection
Used with permission

 
Shown above in original 0-6-0ST configuration. No. 81 was badly damaged in an early 1929 wreck (just after it came from Utah) when it went over an embankment coming out of the pit. Hence, the enlarged coal bunker and different cab windows than the other Utah Baldwin's in this series.

 

 

   
October, 1948

Copper Flat, Nevada

Jerry Graham photograph
Steve Swanson collection
Used with permission

     
No. 81 and empty muck train on the Keystone Dump next to the water spout. This track was called "to Hiline".

 

 

 

   

 

Last modified 28 Feb, 2003 by Keith Albrandt