A&A Consolidation #18
Arcade & Attica 2-8-0 #18 was built by the American Locomotive Company’s Cooke Works in Paterson, NJ in 1920. She sits on (8) 50″ drivers, has a boiler pressure of 175psi, and produces 28,400 lbs of tractive effort. Originally built for export to Cuba, she ended up being sold to a quarry in New Jersey. She was sold again to the Boyne City Railroad in 1929 and was used in freight service. In 1962, #18 was purchased along with 2 former DL&W booton commuter coaches for use on the Arcade & Attica railroad to haul passenger excursions between Arcade and Curriers, NY. Since then the railroad has acquired a 3rd boonton coach, as well as 3 boonton style combines. An open air gondola, now with a roof, is often used in the consist as well.
As of today, #18 is down for a major overhaul, with an expected return to service in the near future.
A&A 18 set includes: (5) Engines, (4) Tenders, (2) Combines, (2) Coaches, (3) Open Air Gondolas
Locomotive variations include:
V1: Dark Smokebox with white lettering
V2: Dark Smokebox with orange lettering and white wheel trim
V3: Light Smokebox with white lettering
V4: Light Smokebox with orange lettering and white wheel trim
BLK: Dark Smokebox without orange trim
Tender variations include:
V1: Riveted Tank with white lettering
V2: Riveted Tank with orange lettering
V3: Welded Tank with enlarged orange lettering
BLK: Riveted Tank without orange trim
Boonton Combine/Coach variations include:
V1: Orange with western style black lettering
V2: Green with gold lettering
Gondola variations include:
V1: White trim and no roof
V2: White trim with roof
V3: Orange trim with roof
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