CN N4a/b Consolidation
A major driving force in the local and mainline freight operations on the Canadian National and Grand Trunk Railways was the N Class 2-8-0 consolidation. They were the largest populated locomotive class on the railroad. The N4 class itself was comprised of (232) locomotives. Built between 1906 and 1911, the N4’s ended up being some of the last operating steam engines on the CN until the railroad completely dieselized in the early 1960s. Settled on (8) 63″ drivers, they produced 41,000 lb of tractive effort and steamed at a boiler pressure of 180 psi. This class did not include an all-weather enclosed cabs.
Today: Only (3) of the original (232) N4’s survive:
#2534 is on display at the Brighton Railway Museum in Brighton, Ontario, Canada
#2601 is on display at the Canadian Railway Museum in Delson, Quebec, Canada
#2616 is on display at Haliburton Soccer Club in Haliburton, Ontario, Canada
CN N4a/b Consolidation set includes: (2) Engines and (2) Tenders
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