S&A Pacific #750
#750 was built by ALCO in 1910 for the Florida East Coast where it was originally number 80. It’s intended purpose was to haul passengers across the “Flager Extension” on the Florida Keys. When the 1935 Labor Day Hurricane significantly destroyed the connecting bridges, several excess engines were sold off including #80. She was purchased by the Savannah & Atlanta Railroad and she became their #750. When the S&A dieselized in the early 1950s, #750 was still kept on the active roster to handle the work trains, she was officially retired in 1962. After retirement, she was acquired by the Southern Railway for use in their newly formed steam program. Eventually she found her way to the New Georgia Railroad and ran until 1989.
#750 is currently on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth, GA
S&A #750 set includes: (1) Engine and (1) Tender
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