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edit·history·watch·refresh Aiga railtransportation 25.svg To-do list for 2-10-2:

  • List US railroads that owned them, details, numbers
  • List more details on foreign 2-10-2s
  • Pic of a QJ? There's one, how about a picture of one in service in China?
  • List survivors

Santa Fe[edit]

To whom it may concern:

You may wish to refer to "Iron Horses of the Santa Fe Trail" by E. D. Worley, c. 1965 by the Southwest Railroad Historical Society, pages 202-231. This provides a brief history of this type as developed and used by the A. T. & S. F.

Your text above is contradicted by Worley and the A. T. & S. F. drawings included in the book. According to this account, the type was first produced in 1903 for the A. T. & S. F. by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in Philadelphia, Pa. Subsequent examples of this wheel arrangement were procured from Baldwin by the A. T. & S. F. until 1927, for a total of 342 of the type on the A. T. & S. F. One early example of the type was donated by the A. T. & S. F. to the city of Bartlesville, Oklahoma and currently may be seen in Johnstone Park.

I hope you find the reference information above useful.

Best regards,

Jim Wilcox

Changed some text with added citations[edit]

I've deleted the unreference comment that 2-10-2 evolved from 2-8-2 and inserted Swengel's references that the class evolved from 2-10-0 and other pieces of info. Hope this makes for a more accurate version. Tonyob 06:11, 14 January 2007 (UTC) Hells bells - Don't know what happened I've lost the rest of the text, yet it still shows on my edit page - will try to restore the text on USA, China, Europe etc. Yikes Tonyob 06:18, 14 January 2007 (UTC)


Spain was a 22 units of 2-10-2 arrangement and three cilinders slighty based in the germany locomotives.Comissioned for the Norte railways and received for the new state-owner enterprise RENFE and destinated to haul the heavy coal trains of Asturias, she haved the same boiler of the later big mountains of 2201-57 class end the fast 2-4-2 of 2001-10 serie.

Magí aloguín i Pallach