Nevada Northern & Railroads of White Pine County

 

 
Locomotive Photo Roster  

0-6-2ST    No. 86

 
   

 

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

86

Apr 1924

57768

21x24

50

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

na

 

32,300

3

2000

Purchased new UCC No. 86; 0-6-0ST.

Scrapped at McGill Autumn, 1951.

Service Notes

Utah Copper Co.No. 86.
To NCCCo Nevada Mines No. 86 on 11 Jan 1929.
Rebuilt to 0-6-2ST in later 1930's with extended frame, enlarged cab, trailing truck, and large coal bunker.

 

October, 1948

Coming out of Ore Yard
Copper Flat, Nevada

Jerry Graham photograph
Steve Swanson collection
Used with permission

 
Of all the Utah engines, No. 86 is the only one that retained the cab door is its original position, suggesting that it may have been the first of the Utah Baldwins rebuilt into the 0-6-2ST configuration. The door was moved back towards the rear of the cab on the other engines.

 

 

   
October, 1948

Pit Track
Copper Flat, Nevada

Jerry Graham photograph
Steve Swanson collection
Used with permission

     
In the above photo, No. 84 with a muck train can be seen on the Keystone Dump in the background. The tracks behind No. 86 are leads into the ore yard. A KCC flat car loaded with railroad ties sits in front of the yard track gang shed. The gentleman in the gangway of No. 86 is engineer Alabam Sedberry. He hired out in 1922 as a engineer; he was still working in 1958.
     

 

 

 

   

 

Last modified 05 March, 2003 by Keith Albrandt