CN/SRC E10a Mogul
In 1910, a total of (25) 2-6-0 E-12 Moguls #1000-1024 were produced by the Canadian Locomotive Company for the Grand Trunk Railway. They were mostly used on branch lines where grades weren’t too steep and the trains were shorter. Saddled on 63″ drivers, the E-12s ran at 170psi and produced 25,300lbs of tractive effort. When the GTR was absorbed by the CN in 1923, the E-12s were reclassified as E-10-a and were renumbered 902-936. By 1951, (17) of the (25) were still on the roster: #80-96.
Today Only (7) of the (25) E10a’s built survive:
#81 is on display at Heritage Park in Milton, Ontario, Canada
#86 is on display at the Western Fairgrounds in London, Ontario, Canada
#88 is currently being restored at the Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, Ontario, Canada
#89 is operated by the Strasburg RR in Strasburg, PA
#91 is currently being restored at the Middlestown & Hummlestown RR in Middletown, PA
#92 is stored at the Wilmington Western RR in Marshalton, DE
#96 is currently being restored by the Age of Steam Roundhouse in Sugarcreek, OH
CN E10a Mogul set includes: (1) CN Engine and Tender and (3) Strasburg Engines and (2) Tenders
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