St. Clair Tunnel Camelback Locomotives

These were double-ended camelback locomotives with small drivers. They were used to haul freight trains through the tunnel that connects Port Huron, MI with Sarnia, ON on a ruling grade of 2%. Originally built as tank engines, they were later give tenders to increase their capacity. The side tanks were also removed. Later, they were fitted with conventional cabs.


Wheel ArrangementRoad NumbersBuilderYearLocobase Entry
0-10-0598-601Burnham, Williams & Co.18912850
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