Baltimore & Ohio C16
In 1912, the Baltimore and Ohio railroad would produce 4 C-16 saddle-tank locomotives. Numbered 96 through 99 these engines were built to run B&O's Pratt Street line, a small industrial railroad running from the B&O's Mount Claire shops, to Baltimore's piers. To comply with city ordinance these engines would burn oil, and operate only after dark. Their short wheelbase length allowed them to operate through cures as tight as 82 degrees, something needed to operate the tight streets, alleys, and piers of Baltimore. In late 1912 numbers 96 and 99 would have their oil bunkers replaced with coal bunkers and in 1926, both would be have their tanks removed entirely and be turned into tender engines classified as C-16a. In 1950 97 and 98 would be re-numbered to 897 and 898 to make room in the numbering system for the oncoming diesels, they would be scrapped the following year. The engines included in this pack represent engines 97 and 98 in their everyday appearance between 1920 and 1950.
- 3 Baltimore & Ohio C16 Locomotives (3 Variants)
- Custom Cab (All of my locomotives will have custom cabs)
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