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Title:Norfolk & Western Articulated Steam Locomotives in the 1940's-1950's
Duration:31:12
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Published:11-11-2019
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Norfolk & Western articulated steam locomotives from the 1940's and 1950's. See Class "A" locomotives with 2-6-6-4 wheel arrangements, and Class "Y" 2-8-8-2 working hard in and around Virginia. Norfolk & Western 1218 is one surviving Class A locomotives. The Norfolk & Western Railway built these locomotives around 1943 at their Roanoke Shops in Roanoke, Virginia. The locomotives were part of the Norfolk & Western's class A of fast freight locomotives.

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