RDG 0-6-0C #1345  Contributor's Pick!       
Here is another of the three dozen 0-6-0 camelback switchers built by either Baldwin or Reading shops between 1906-13. The camelback was classified as a member of the B-7a class. No location was given for this photo but with Walter Hoffman's help (see comment below), the location has been identified as the Erie Avenue in Philadelphia. J.R. Quinn photo
Date: 4/26/1947 Location: Philadelphia, PA   Map Show Philadelphia on a rail map Views: 443 Collection Of:   Gary Everhart
Locomotives: RDG 1345(0-6-0)    Author:  Gary Everhart
RDG 0-6-0C #1345
Picture Categories: Roster,Yard,Steam This picture is part of album:  Reading 0-6-0 Camelback Switchers
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Robert Farkas General I like the spark arrester. 11/12/2015 10:00:54 PM
Robert Farkas General I like the spark arrestor. 11/12/2015 10:01:40 PM
Walter Hoffmann General This was taken at Erie Ave. yard in Phila. The water tank (200k gallons, if i recall) and the relief train gondola are clues. 1/10/2017 1:16:35 PM
Walter Hoffmann General This was taken at Erie Ave. yard in Phila. The water tank (200k gallons, if i recall) and the relief train gondola are clues. 1/10/2017 1:16:55 PM

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