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Atlantic & Yadkin Railway

History &
Modeling


    

A&Y #311

This locomotive had the following characteristics: 

Construction year 1900
Construction number c/n 3041
Constructed by Alco Locomotive Works (Richmond, VA)
Southern Class H-1
Cylinder size (inches) 21"x28"
Steam pressure (pouind per square inch) 200 lbs
Driver size (diameter) 60"
Weight (in pounds) 158,200 lbs
Tractive effort (in pounds) 34,986 lbs

 This Consolidation was built by Alco in Richmond in 1900 (c/n 3041) and was scrapped at Spencer Shops in March, 1939.  The A&Y 311 was not renumbered when leased from the Southern Railway though pre-1903  it was #298.  The consolidation was denoted as Class H-1 by the Southern Railway according to Richard E. Prince's Southern Railway book. Listed as valued at $15.1K on November 19, 1937.  It was removed from the lease and A&Y service on May 31, 1938. Last trip on A&Y was January 22, 1938. Sent to Spencer from Pomona on January 23, 1938 and stored at Spencer by the Southern.

 Photos:

AY_311_pomona_1933_wicker

 Here's the 311 at Pomona Yard, Greensboro on March 16, 1933.

Photo by James Bowie in Tom Wicker collection, Sanford, NC.
Obtained from Mac Connery, Durham, NC.

AY_311_sanford_1937_marsh

Here's the other side of the #311 photographed at Sanford, NC on June 9, 1937.

Photo by ? in Ken Marsh Collection.
Obtained from Mac Connery, Durham, NC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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