The NERAIL New England Railroad Photo Archive
Previous Photo Photo of can anyone ID this critter? Next Photo
can anyone ID this critter?

Back in 1968 this old four-wheel industrial locomotive sat on a spur off the New Haven\'s South Braintree (MA) yard, surrounded by junk. Does anyone else remember it and know more about its history?

Photographed by Tom Nelligan, November, 1968.
Added to the photo archive by Tom Nelligan, October 31, 2018.

Tom Nelligan's awards:

» Contact the person who posted this photograph.

Full-Sized image (1100 x 878)
Sharing this photo?

Use this "permalink" to avoid broken links:
Submit to Stumble Submit to Digg Submit to Google Bookmark Submit to Reddit Twit This

[Turn Ads Off]

Visitor Comments about this Photo:

Based on Googling around, this locomotive would be a Baldwin-Westinghouse battery-powered locomotive (built in early 1900s). No idea who owned it although Connecticut Trolley Museum in East Windsor currently has an example of this locomotive built in 1907 for Corbin Cabinet Lock Co (New Britain, CT). Perhaps it's the same engine?
Scroll down the page at this URL to see Corbin #E2:

Posted by John Barlow on 2018-11-01 07:16:15

You must be logged on to post comments.

Follow us on Facebook
News | About NERAIL | About Jeff | Contact Jeff | F.A.Q.'s | Privacy Policy | Other Great Sites
This site, excluding photographs, copyright © 2016 Jeff S. Morris. Photographs copyright © individual photographers, except as noted.