Steam Engines

Baldwin 1926 Graysonia Nashville & Ashdown 26
Baldwin 1926
Graysonia Nashville & Ashdown 26
Description:2-6-0 Mogul

Equipment Information

Graysonia Nashville & Ashdown 26 is a small freight engine built for branch line use on the GN&A, a short line in Arkansas. This wheel arrangement was among the earliest used for freight engines, with the first 2-6-0s built around the time of the Civil War. By World War I, large railroads were mostly eschewing Moguls in favor of larger engines but the type remained moderately popular with smaller short line railroads.

Builder: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Year Built: 1926
Builder Number: 59532
Wheel Arrangement: 2-6-0
Length: 59ft 7in
Width: 10ft
Height: 14ft
Weight: 140000 lbs
Brakes: 6ET
Tractive Effort: 25600 lbs
Cylinders: 19×26
Boiler Pressure: 180 psi
Drivers: 56in
Description: Mogul
Arrived: 1974
Condition: Complete / unrestored / not operational

Ownership History
1926-? – Graysonia Nashville & Ashdown #203
?-1952 – Graysonia Nashville & Ashdown #26
1952-1960 – Nebraska-Kansas Railroad #26
1960-1973 – Privately owned, Concordia, KS
1973-present – Illinois Railway Museum, Union, IL

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