Western Maryland - C-150-3 Shay
Western Maryland Shay No. 6 was built by the Lima Locomotive Works in 1945 for the steep grades of the Chaffee Branch, between Chaffee, WV, and Vindex, MD. The locomotive spent just four years in active service hauling coal for the railroad before retirement. The “Big 6” earns the distinction of being the last and second-largest of 2,767 Shay locomotives built. Following retirement, the locomotive was donated to the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, MD where it resided for more than 26 years. A trade arrangement was made with the State of West Virginia for the locomotive in 1980 in exchange for Cass Shay No. 1 and a Porter 0-4-0T.
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- 2 WM Engine C-150-3 Shay Locomotives (2 Variants)
- Custom Cab (All of my locomotives will have custom cabs)
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