Lima Locomotive & Machine Co.

Photo Credit:
Left: by Clark Kinsey (1918)
Right: Martin E. Hansen collection (1938)
Shop Number 2432 - Built for: Embody & Bradley Co
{1,871st Lima Built Shay}
Built:
2-22-1911
Class:
B
42-2
Trucks:
2
Cylinders:
[#- Dia. x Stroke]
3 - 10 x 12
Gear Ratio:
2.05
Wheel Dia.:
29.5"
Gauge:
std.
Boiler:
[Style - Dia.]

E.W.T. - 42.125"
Boiler Pressure:
In Lbs. (PSI)
180
Tractive Effort:
16,886 Lbs.
Factor of
Adhesion:

5.11
Maximum
Safe Speed:

17.1
Fuel Type:
Oil
Fuel Capacity:
800 Gals.
Water Capacity:
1,560 Gallons
Empty Weight:
As built
70,000
Owners:
Hofius Steel & Equip. Co. (D), Seattle, WA
Embody & Bradley Co. #2432, Skamokawa, WA
(10-9-1918) Spruce Production Division (U. S. Army), Clatsop, OR
(10-9-1918) Grant, Smith-Porter Bros. Co.*, Lewis & Clark RR #2432 [SPRR #9], Clatsop, OR
(10-1918) Spruce Production Corp. (U. S. Army), Clatsop, OR
(12-1918) Sent to Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, WA: for sale
(8-7-1919) Zimmerman-Wells-Brown Co. (D), For:
(8-7-1919) C. M. Christenson Log. Co., Kerry, OR
La Dee Log. Co., Kerry, OR
Pacific Car & Foundry Co. (D) #2432, Portland, OR
(1921) Feazle Log. Co., Skamokawa, WA
(9-1922) Mooers Log. Co. #2, Skamokawa, WA
(12-2-1925) Converted to oil burner (no prior date of conversion to wood burner)
(by 10-1937) Willamette Iron & Steel Works (D), Portland, OR
Disposition: (1938) Scrapped
Additional Notes: Shipped to Albina Incline, OR
*Cost-plus contractor for Spruce Production Division (U. S. Army)
SPRR #9 was Spruce Production RR #, the designation used by Spruce Production Division