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Owner: Pennsylvania Railroad
Model:Altoona 4-4-2Built As:Builder Info (Unavailable )
Serial Number:2159Order No:
Frame Number: Built:
Notes:PRR Class E-6S; Altoona, PA.
Other locos with this serial:  PRR 1067(4-4-2)
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PRR 1067, E-6S, c. 1949
Title:  PRR 1067, E-6S, c. 1949
Description:  Here is an original photo by an unidentified photographer of Pennsylvania Railroad engine #1067, an E-6S (4-4-2) "Atlantic" built in Juniata as an E-6 and numbered "5075" during 1910, renumbered "1067" in 1911, rebuilt as an E-6S in 1913, and retired in June of 1950. The date and the location are approximations. Roy Healey Collection; #5 of 40.
Photo Date:  8/15/1949  Upload Date: 3/23/2018 11:07:45 AM
Location:  Philadelphia, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam,Passenger
Locomotives:  PRR 1067(4-4-2)
Views:  56   Comments: 0
"Story Of A Pacific," Page 48, 1956
Title:  "Story Of A Pacific," Page 48, 1956
Description:  Here is page five of a 15-page cover article by Frederick Westing entitled "This Is The Story Of A Pacific ~ The World's Greatest." It was published originally in the August 1956 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 48. Top Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #1067, an E-6S (4-4-2) "Atlantic" built in Juniata as an E-6 and numbered "5075"during 1910, renumbered "1067" in December of 1911, rebuilt as an E-6S in 1913, and retired in June of 1950. Second Photo Down: Shown here is PRR engine #8656, a K-3S (4-6-2) "Pacific" built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works during 1913 and retired in July of 1947. Third Photo Down: Shown here is PRR engine #868, an L-1S (2-8-2) "Mikado" built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1917 and retired in January of 1950. Bottom Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #5698, a K-5 (4-6-2) "Pacific" built in Juniata during 1929 and retired in October of 1950 after just 21 years of active service.
Photo Date:  8/1/1956  Upload Date: 6/18/2018 1:35:00 AM
Location:  Altoona(Juniata), PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 1067(4-4-2) PRR 8656(4-6-2) PRR 5698(4-6-2) PRR 868(2-8-2)
Views:  68   Comments: 0
"World Famous," Page 54, 1973
Title:  "World Famous," Page 54, 1973
Description:  Here is page 54 of a 64-page booklet published by Harry P. Albrecht entitled "World Famous Horseshoe Curve, Altoona, Pennsylvania Railroad." It was issued originally during September of 1973. Left Side, Top Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #142, an Odd Class A (4-4-0) "American" built in Altoona during December of 1866; it was the first locomotive produced by the Altoona Machine Shops. Left Side, Middle Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #173, an H-1 (2-8-0) "Consolidated" built in Altoona during 1875 and retired in April of 1896. Left Side, Bottom Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #963, a B-3 (0-6-0) switcher built in Altoona during 1882 and sold to E.H. Wilson in March of 1905. Right Side, Top Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #1515, a D-15 (4-4-0) "Compound" built in Altoona during 1892 and retired in November of 1905. Right Side, Middle Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #1223, a D-16SB (4-4-0) "American" built in Juniata during 1905 and now at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Right Side, Bottom Photo: Shown here is PRR engine #1067, an E-6S (4-4-2) "Atlantic" built in Juniata during 1910 and retired in June of 1950.
Photo Date:  9/22/1973  Upload Date: 5/29/2017 10:15:11 AM
Location:  Altoona, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives:  PRR 173(2-8-0) PRR 1223(4-4-0) PRR 963(0-6-0) PRR 1515(4-4-0) PRR 1067(4-4-2) PRR 142(4-4-0)
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