Southern Pacific MT-3 4-8-2 (Mountain)
"The first 28 "Mountains" on the Southern Pacific Lines were built by the American Locomotive Company and were delivered during 1923 and 1924. These locomotives were designated Class Mt-1 and assigned road numbers 4300 through 4327. They had 28 x 30 cylinders, 73" drivers, a 210 psi boiler pressure, a tractive effort of 57,510 lbs, and weighed 368,000 pounds. Later, in 1924 another six "Mountains" were delivered from ALCO. These six (road numbers 4385 through 4390) were designated Class Mt-2 and were similar to the Class Mt-1s, but had a 225 psi boiler pressure and a tractive effort of 61,620 pounds.
The Sacramento General Shops of the Southern Pacific built 49 "Mountains" between 1925 and 1930. These were built in three batches: road numbers 4385 through 4345 designated Class Mt-3 in 1925 and 1926, road numbers 4346 through 4366 designated class Mt-4 built between 1926 and 1929, and road numbers 4367 through 4376 designated Class Mt-5 in 1929 and 1930. These locomotives were essentially copies of the Class Mt-1s. There are no surviving examples of the Southern Pacific "Mountains."
- SP Engine MT-3 4-8-2
- SP Engine MT-3 4-8-2 (Skyline)
- SP Engine Tender 120-C-8
- SP Engine Tender 160-C
- Custom Cab (All of my locomotives will have custom cabs)
- Bodygroups / Toggle Meshes Feature "Engine" (3 Variants)
- Skins Feature "Engine" (12 Variants)
- Tender Feature's a working Headlight
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