Western Maryland Scenic Railway 2-8-0 (Consolidation)
"The Western Maryland Scenic Railroad No. 734 is a preserved class "SC-1" 2-8-0 "Consolidation" type steam locomotive originally built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1916 for the Lake Superior and Ishpeming Railroad. The locomotive was built for service as a dock switcher and was originally LS&I No. 18. In 1924, the LS&I purchased the Munising, Marquette & Southeastern Railroad and the engine was renumbered to No. 34. It served the LS&I until it was retired from revenue service in 1961. In 1963, it was sold to the Marquette and Huron Mountain Railroad, but never operated under the M&HR flag. In 1971, the locomotive was sold to the Illinois Railway Museum for static display. Today, No. 734 is owned and operated by the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in Cumberland, Maryland; however, as of 2021, the locomotive is stored unserviceable, awaiting for a 1,472-day FRA-required boiler inspection."
- WMSR Engine SC-1 2-8-0
- WMSR Engine Tender
- WMSR Engine Tender Booster
- Custom Cab (All of my locomotives will have custom cabs)
- Skins Feature "Engine" (2 Variants)
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