Indiana Harbor Belt - U4a "Super Switcher"
The U4a class 0-8-0s (numbers 100-102), were built for the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad in 1927 by Alco Brooks. These heavy 3-cylinder 0-8-0s known as "Super Switchers" packed a powerful 89,500 pounds of tractive effort, making them the most powerful engines on the roster, out pulling even their 2-8-2s. These engines also had booster engines on the lead trucks of their tenders, creating a high starting tractive effort.
- 1 IHB - U4a Locomotive
- 3 Tender Variants
- Custom Cab (All of my locomotives will have custom cabs)
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