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#2175-2189

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Q-2 Class 2-10-2 General Data
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Rebuilt from P-1 Class:

Between 6/1928 and 11/1928

Cylinders:

29"x32"

Engine weight:

364,000 lbs.

 

Builder:

Great Northern

Great Falls, Hillyard and Superior shops

Driver diameter:

63"

Weight on drivers:

290,000 lbs.

 

Number built:

15 (#2175-2189)

 

Boiler pressure:

Design: 210 psi.

Operating: 210 psi.

Tractive effort:

76,250 lbs.

 

GN#

BUILDER

FROM

P-1#

BUILT

DISPOSITION

REMARKS 

2175

GN

Hillyard

1754 6/22/1928

Sold for scrap to Duluth Iron & Metal Company 7/16/1953

 
2176

GN

Great Falls

1764 6/27/1928

Sold for scrap to Paper Calmenson & Company 7/16/1953

 
2177

GN

Superior

1757 6/26/1928 Retired 4/1958  
2178

GN

Hillyard

1761 7/23/1928 Retired 4/1958  
2179

GN

Hillyard

1752 8/16/1928

Sold for scrap to Paper Calmenson & Company 8/25/1955

Equipped with 12,200 lbs. T.E. booster removed from Class H-4 c. 1940.
2180

GN

Great Falls

1755 7/27/1928

Sold for scrap to Duluth Iron & Metal Company 10/7/1955

 
2181

GN

Great Falls

1759 8/24/1928 Retired 3/1958 Equipped with 30"x32" cylinders for a while in the late 1940s.
2182

GN

Superior

1758 7/31/1928 Retired 4/1958  
2183

GN

Great Falls

1751 9/22/1928

Sold for scrap to Duluth Iron & Metal Company 7/16/1953

 
2184

GN

Great Falls

1762 10/30/1928 Sold for scrap to Duluth Iron & Metal Company 8/25/1955 Equipped with 30"x32" cylinders for a while in the late 1940s.
2185

GN

Hillyard

1760 10/10/1928

Sold for scrap to Paper Calmenson & Company 7/16/1953

Equipped with 12,200 lbs. T.E. booster removed from Class H-4 c. 1940.

Equipped with 30"x32" cylinders for a while in the late 1940s.

2186

GN

Superior

1753 8/31/1928

Retired 12/1957

 
2187

GN

Hillyard

1756 11/13/1928

Sold for scrap to West End Iron & Metal Company 7/16/1953

Equipped with 30"x32" cylinders for a while in the late 1940s.
2188

GN

Superior

1750 9/29/1928

Retired 4/1958

 
2189

GN

Superior

1763 10/31/1928

Retired 4/1958

Equipped with 30"x32" cylinders for a while in the late 1940s.
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