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PRR Steam Class C-D
NBR Photographer Date Taken Location Built
Class Wheel Notes
C 0-8-0 "Switcher"  
C1 0-8-0 90 blt Altoona 56" drivers. 6550-6599 blt 1925, 6600-6639 blt 1927
6553 Bud Laws(2) 1947 Chicago IL  
6554   1938 Chicago IL 1925
6555 Bud Laws(3) 1934    
6556 Bruce Saylor-BL(3)      
6556 Tim Flattley(3) 1946 Chicago IL  
6557 Charles Winters(2) 1940 Chicago IL  
6560       1925
6561 HK Vollrath 1938 Chicago, IL  
6563 Gary Mittner(2) 1937 Baltimore MD  
6565 William E. Grant(2) 1935 Wilmington DE  
6567        
6569Ken Houghton 1935 Canton, OH  
6574 G.A. Doeright Jr(2) 1941 New Castle PA 1925
6577 Bud Laws(3) 1945 Wilmington DE  
6580    Northumberland PA  
6586 HK Vollrath (3) 1937 Chicago IL  
6590 Marvin Reyner      
6593 Joseph A. Smith (7) 1948 Buffalo, NY  
6596 Paul D. Eilenberger 1940 Chicago, IL  
6598 Lamar Kelly 1933 Columbus OH  
6600 Bud Laws(3) 1932 Cleveland OH  
6601 Howard Davis(2) 1940 Pittsburgh PA 1927
6604 Bud Laws(3) 1927 Canton, Ohio  
6605 Bud Laws(3) 1949 Philadelphia PA  
6612 Bud Laws(3)      
6613 Bob Lorenz(3) 1949 Columbus OH  
6615 Gary Mittner(2) 1946 Louisville KY  
6618   1939 Columbus OH  
6621 Tom Flattley(3) 1940 Altoona PA  
6625 Phil Soyring (6) 1941 Buffalo NY  
6627 Paul W. Prescott(2) 1937 New Castle PA 1927
6633   1937 Wilmington DE  
6635 Fred Weber 1949 Long Island NY  
6639   1939 W. Philadelphia PA  
8556 Bill Waller     1924
C29 0-8-0 10 engines, conv H1, H2, H2a by removing the pilot truck
C30 0-8-0T #8434 blt at Columbus shops 1895. 50" drivers.
8434        
C31 0-8-0T #8542 converted from class H31, 46" drivers. blt by BLW for Elk Mountain Ry 1892 as a 2-8-0, then Lines West Madison Hill (Indiana)
8542 Gary Mittner(2)      
D 4-4-0 "American"  
40   1852 S. Boston MA
60      
87        
90       Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis Rail Way, blt by Pittsburgh Locomotive Works 1871
166        
209        
361        
1504 Bradford, George S. (7) 1882 Frankfort, PA  
D1 4-4-0 formerly class A. 13 blt Altoona 1868-1872. 68" drivers.
13        
28   1872    
D2 4-4-0 formerly class B. 20 blt Altoona 1869-1880.  62" drivers.
D2a 4-4-0 formerly class B. 45 blt Altoona 1881-1882. 68" drivers.
138 George Ritz(3)      
D3 4-4-0 formerly class B. 67 blt PRR shops 1869-1881. 62" drivers.
22 Bud Laws(3) 1899 Ambridge PA PFW&C
274   1875    
D4 4-4-0 formerly class C(lg grate for anthracite). 37 blt Altoona 1873-1880. 62"
D4a 4-4-0 formerly class C(lg grate for anthracite). 15 converted D4. 68 drivers"
D5 4-4-0 formerly class G. 18 blt Altoona 1870-1873. 56" drivers.
930   1873    
D6 4-4-0 formerly class K. 19 blt Altoona 1881-1883. 78" drivers.
1     ex West Jersey & Seashore
10        
317   1881   Altoona
1066   1883   Altoona
D6a 4-4-0 formerly class K. 7  converted from class D6. 72" drivers..
D7 4-4-0 formerly class A(lg grate for anthracite). 58 blt Altoona 1882-1891. 68"
701        
1036 Joseph A. Smith (7)      
D7a 4-4-0 formerly class A(lg grate for anthracite). 61 blt Altoona 1883-1891. 62" 
953   1882   Altoona
962   1883   Altoona
D8 4-4-0 formerly class N. 45 blt PRR shops 1883-1888. 62" drivers.
1002  1897   1883
D8a 4-4-0 formerly class O. 86 blt PRR shops 1883-1889.  62" drivers.
317  1902    
351  1889    
1050 Bud Laws(3)     1882
1095Stanton M. Smith 1897 Harrisburg, PA blt 1888
3250        
D9 4-4-0 formerly class O. 4 blt PRR shops 1889.   62", Belpaire firebox, 54" boiler.
D9a 4-4-0 formerly class O. 13 blt Altoona 1889.   68", Belpaire firebox, 54" boiler.
7104 Paul W. Prescott(2) 1916 Mahoningtown PA  
8950 John H. Dean 1910 Xenia, OH  
8951 John H. Dean 1910 Xenia, OH  
D10 4-4-0 formerly class O. 51 blt Altoona 1889.   62", Belpaire firebox, 57" boiler.
393   1885 Hanover PA  
728   1900 Bustleton, PA  
1178     West Philadelphia, PA  
4169   1891   blt 1891 62" Drivers, ex Nor. Cent. 169
7610 Paul W. Prescott(2) 1916 Mahoningtown PA  
D10a 4-4-0 58 blt Altoona 1890-1892. 68"  Belpaire firebox, 57" boiler
175  1898 Eagle Lake, IN ex PFW&CRW
7921 Joseph A. Smith (7) 1911 Stoneboro, PA  
8108 Paul W. Prescott(2) 1916 Xenia OH  
8345 Paul W. Prescott(2) 1917 Xenia OH  
D11 4-4-0 formerly class P. 21 blt Altoona 1885-1887. 62" drivers. Belpaire firebox.
1060 Bud Laws(3) 1885 Jersey City, NJ 1883
1063   1883   Altoona
D11a 4-4-0 formerly class P. 65 blt Altoona 1883-1888. 68"   Radial-stay firebox.
417        
764 Greg Ritacco     Altoona 1886
1063   1883    
D12 4-4-0 formerly class P. 2 blt Altoona 1890. 62"  Belpaire firebox, 54" boiler
D12a 4-4-0 41 blt Altoona 1889-1891. 68" drivers, Belpaire firebox, 54" boiler.
D13 4-4-0 formerly class P. 2 blt Altoona 1892. 62"  Belpaire firebox, 57" boiler.
D13a 4-4-0 77 blt Altoona 1892-1893. 68"   Belpaire firebox, 57" boiler.
763   1899 Philadelphia, PA  
1633 Bill Waller 1925    
6013 Ritz, George B. (7) 1906    
6240 Harold K. Vollrath(2) 1916 Olean NY  
D13b 4-4-0 formerly class P.  62" drivers
7926 Paul W. Prescott(2) 1919 Xenia OH  
D13c 4-4-0 73 blt Altoona 1893-1902. 62"  Belpaire firebox, 57" boiler.
1639   1893   Altoona
6010 H.L Goldsmith(2) 1910 Camden NJ  
7912 Bill Waller 1925    
7950 John H. Dean 1919 Springfield, OH  
8037        
D14 4-4-0 formerly class P. 6 blt Altoona 1893. 78" drivers. Belpaire firebox.
5051 Paul W. Prescott(2)   MD Div.  
D14a 4-4-0 formerly class P. 16 blt Altoona 1894. 80" drivers. Belpaire firebox
1651   1894   Altoona
1659        
1659   1952 Northumberland PA  
5015   1953 Camden, NJ  
5015        
5092   1916 Oxford, PA  
D14b 4-4-0 formerly class P. 16 engines, converted class D14a. 68" drivers.
D14c 4-4-0 formerly class P. 3 engines, converted class D14. 68" drivers.
D15 4-4-0 formerly class T. #1515 blt Altoona 1892. Lindner cross compound. 84" drivers. Belpaire firebox.
1515   1892   Altoona
D16 4-4-0 formerly class L. 6 blt new at Altoona 1896. 76  converted  D16a and D16c. 68" drivers, slide valves
937 M Sweugel(3) 1891   1891
6041 Gary Mittner(2) 1916 Atlantic City NJ  
6236        
6252 Harold K. Vollrath(2) 1915 Cincinnati OH  
D16a 4-4-0 formerly class L. 73 blt Altoona 1895-1898. 80" drivers, slide valves.
89   1895   Altoona
D16b 4-4-0 formerly class L. 262 blt Altoona 1900-1908. 9 converted from class D16d. 68" drivers, slide valves.
37        
37 Bill Waller      
272   1901   Altoona
617   1899    
6040 Roy Blackburn(3)      
D16sb 4-4-0 formerly class L. 241 converted  D16b, D16c and D16d. Superheated. 68" drivers, piston valves.
139        
148   1932 Atlantic City NJ  
178 Bud Laws(3) 1934   1900
299 Bud Laws(3)     1906
822 Bud Laws(3) 1932 Carlisle PA  
1035   1938    
1046 Bud Laws(3)      
1162    Paoli, PA  
1223 Bud Laws(3)      
1223 John Harris(3)   Wilmington DE 1905
1223     Strasburg, PA  
1223 Arnold Morscher 1990 Strasburg, PA  
1410   1950 Columbus OH  
2082TM Flattley, Jr. 1936 Belleville, PA Kishacoquillas Valley 2082
2521 Phil Soyring (6) 1947 Southport Elmira NY  
3191 Richard B. Hain 1932 Sea Isle City NJ  
3795   1933 Chester PA  
4100 Bill Waller 1925    
5079 1938 Roy Blackburn(3)    
5079  1910   Altoona
5091 Bud Laws(3)   Chester PA  
5298     Sine Harbor NJ  
6217 Harold K. Vollrath(2) 1916 Olean NY  
D16c 4-4-0 formerly class L. 12 blt Altoona 1899. 80" drivers.
D16d 4-4-0 formerly class L. 45 blt Altoona 1900-1910. 80" drivers.
1052   1902   Altoona
5232        
5079   1938 Easton, MD  
8167 Gary Mittner(2) 1919 Cincinnati OH Blt 1900
ex C&P 603, PRR 7603
D21 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD1. 4 Baldwin 1871-1873. 62" drivers.
D22 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD2. 6 blt Pittsburgh 1883-1886. 67" drivers.
D22a 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD2a. 2 blt Pittsburgh 1888-1889. 67" driver
D23 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD3. 4 blt Pittsburgh 1884. 62" drivers
D24 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD4. 5 blt Rogers 1887. 62" drivers
D25 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD5. 4 blt Pittsburgh 1890. 67" drivers
D25a 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD5a. 1 blt Pittsburgh 1890. 67" drivers
D26 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD6. 4 blt Schenectady 1895. 73" drivers
D26a 4-4-0 ex-Vandalia class VD6a. 4 blt Schenectady 1899. 78" drivers
D30 4-4-0 ex-TWV&O. 2 blt by Rome 1890.
D31 4-4-0 ex-TWV&O. 4 blt 1892-1895. 62" drivers.
D32 4-4-0 ex-TWV&O. 1 blt Baldwin 1892.Vauclain compound. 62" drivers.
D34 4-4-0 ex-Cleveland & Marietta. 3 blt by Rome 1885. 63" drivers.
D35 4-4-0 ex-Cleveland & Marietta. 1 blt by Rome 1885. 56" drivers..
D36 4-4-0 ex-Cleveland & Marietta. 2 blt by Rogers 1885-1886. 57" drivers.
D37 4-4-0 ex-CL&N. 3 blt by Baldwin 1894.60" drivers.
D38 4-4-0 ex-CL&N. 1 blt by Pittsburgh 1899.63" drivers..
D39 4-4-0 ex-GR&I class GD9. 7 blt by Baldwin 1892. 62" drivers.
D39a 4-4-0 ex-GR&I class GD9a. 4 blt by Baldwin 1893. 68" drivers.
None 4-4-0 4 blt by Baldwin 1856-57. Tiger,Leopard,Hornet, Wasp, 66" drivers. Stephenson vlaves, wood burner.
D61 4-4-0 ex-CA&C. 5 blt by Baldwin 1892. 2 as Vauclain compounds, 3 as two-cylinder simple engines. 68" drivers.
D61odd 4-4-0 #1504 experimental 2-cylinder simple, Schenectady 1892, retired in 1911
1504   1892   Baldwin
D61odd 4-4-0 #1510 experimental Vauclain compound, Baldwin 1892, retired in 1911
1510   1892   Baldwin exp - compound cylinders
D There were six 3'-gauge 4-4-0 engines acquired with the Ohio River & Western and another engine acquired with the Waynesburg & Washington, but none of these received class designations.
Notes:
1. Roster Information,  with major additions/corrections, from Bob Berkey berkey@net1plus.com
2. From the Collection of Gary Mittner. The original owner is listed, if known.
3. From the Collection of Bud Laws. The original owner is listed, if known.
4. From the Collection of Denver Public Library
5. From the collection of Edward O'Donnell
6. From the collection of Phil Soyring
7. From the collection of Joseph A. Smith w/permission
Per Bob Berkey berkey@net1plus.com

The PRR's original locomotive classification system was in force between 1867 and 1895. Under this system, each significant locomotive type was assigned a different class letter even if the wheel arrangements were the same. To illustrate this, classes A, B and C were all 4-4-0 type locomotives but with differing specifications. By the early 1890s nearly every letter of the alphabet had been assigned and locomotives with quite different specifications were being lumped together in a single class. A good example of this is class P. There were a number of experimental and other odd-lot engines, some acquired with purchased railroads, that were not assigned into classes under the old system. It was clearly necessary to change to a new locomotive classification system.
Under the new system, which was used from 1895 until the end of steam, each wheel arrangement received a letter identifier and significant variations between locomotives of like wheel arrangement were assigned different numeric identifiers. The letter A was assigned to locomotives of the 0-4-0 wheel arrangement, with the oldest major variation of this type being identified as Class A1 and the next as Class A2. A small letter 's' indicated that the class was equipped with superheaters (this was done between about 1905 and 1923, after which superheaters were standard equipment on all new classes).

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