SP Mt4 Mountain
The first (28) 4-8-2 Mountains on the Southern Pacific were built by ALCO and were delivered during 1923 and 1924. These locomotives were designated Class Mt1 and assigned road numbers 4300 through 4327. They had 28 x 30 cylinders, 73″ drivers, a 210 psi boiler pressure, a tractive effort of 57,510 lbs and weighed 368,000 lbs. Later, in 1924 another (6) Mt1’s were delivered from ALCO. These (6) numbered 4385 through 4390 were designated Class Mt-2 and were similar to the Class Mt1s, but had a 225 psi boiler pressure and a tractive effort of 61,620 pounds. The Sacramento General Shops of the Southern Pacific built (49) more Mt2’s between 1925 and 1930. Later these locomotives were reclassified as Class Mt2 – Mt5.
Unfortunately, none of the (83) Mt2-Mt5’s were saved.
SP Mt4 Mountain set includes: Engine and Tender
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