Lima Locomotive Works, Inc.

Photo Credit:
by Clark Kinsey from Martin E. Hansen collection
Shop Number 3009 - Built for: Spruce Production Division (U. S. Army)
{2,442nd Lima Built Shay}
Built:
10-22-1918
Class:
C
70-3
Trucks:
3
Cylinders:
[#-Dia. x Stroke]
3 - 12 x 15
Gear Ratio:
2.25
Wheel Dia.:
36"
Gauge:
std.
Boiler:
[Style - Dia.]

E.W.T. - 50.125"
Boiler Pressure:
In Lbs. (PSI)
200
Tractive Effort:
30,375 Lbs.
Factor of
Adhesion:

5.12
Maximum
Safe Speed:

19.0
Fuel Type:
Oil
Fuel Capacity:
1,200 Gals.
Water Capacity:
3,000 Gallons
Empty Weight:
As built
128,100
Owners:
Hofius Steel & Equip. Co. (D), Seattle, WA
Spruce Production Division (U. S. Army) #701, Siemscarey, WA
(10-22-1918) Siems, Carey-H. S. Kerbaugh Corp.*, Clallam County RR #701 [SPRR#1], Siemscarey, WA
(10-1918) Spruce Production Corp. (U.S. Army), Siemscarey, WA
(12-1918) Sent to Vancouver Barracks, Vancouver, WA; For sale
(1919) Anderson & Middleton Lbr. Co., Aberdeen, WA
Admiralty Logging Co., Edmonds, WA
(4-13-1922) Willamette Iron & Steel Works. (D), Portland, OR
Snow Creek Log. Co., Blyn, WA
(1-19-1923) Webb Log. & Tbr. Co. #7, Duckabush, WA
(by 2-25-1927) Flora Log. Co., Carlton & Coast RR #6, Carlton, OR
Flora Logging Co., #4, Tillamook Gate, OR
Flora Logging Co., #4, Neverstill, OR
(1939) Abandoned at Neverstill with other equipment after fire
(1942) Recovered moved to Carlton
(1-27-1942) Diamond Match Co. #106, Stirling City, CA
Disposition: (1953) Scrapped
Additional Notes: (7-22-1918) Ordered as a B-42 and changed to a C-70.
*Cost-plus contractor for Spruce Production Division (U. S. Army)
SPRR #1 was Spruce Production RR #, the designation used by Spruce Production Division
Carlton & Coast RR ran from Carlton to Tillamook Gate
At Tillamook Gate, renumbered #4 as sn-2745 was already #6 there