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Baldwin Locomotive Works 0-4-0 Steam Locomotive  (Updated 8/22/09)
This locomotive was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in late 1934 for the Standard Steel Works Company (SSWC).  The SSWC was a division of the Baldwin Locomotive Works located in Burnham Pennsylvania.  There were two locomotives of this type built, number 10 and her sister number 11 which was last seen at the French Lick, West Baden and Southern Railway of the Indiana Railway Museum in French Lick Indiana.  Number 10 was designed to compete with the new diesel electric locomotives with roller bearings, oil fired and designed to be operated by one person. Our museum plans to cosmetically restore the locomotive and hopes to bring her back to steam with lots of help.  0-4-0 was delivered to the museum on October 17, 2008.

Ref, A History of Steam #10, 1/15/09, By Dick Arnold.

A side profile.
The water tank.
The drive train.
Water and oil tanks.
Front driver.
Engineers seat.

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