This locomotive had the following characteristics:
When built this H-3 class was Southern Railway #431. During the 1903 renumbering, it became SR #344 and kept that number when leased to the A&Y. The 344, along with 254, was replaced by 444 and 531 on the A&Y lease agreement with the Southern effective October, 1937. On October 29th of that year it was restencilled for the Southern, but remained in Greensboro in case the A&Y needed it on a daily rental basis at some point. According to R.E. Prince's roster, 344 was scrapped at Haynes shop on March 19, 1939.
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