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    • David Evans

      Chesapeake and Ohio Railway No-1601, "Allegheny", 2-6-6-6, by the Lima Locomotive Works. Currently on display at The Henry Ford C &O Locomotive - 1601.jpg 1,280×960 pixels

    • Molly Roelofs

      2-6-6-6 at Henry Ford Museum< saved ) There is so much to see here . We've got to go back !

    • Kathie Nichols

      2-6-6-6 at Henry Ford Museum. So awesome standing next to this!

    • Mark Chambers

      2-6-6-6 at Henry Ford Museum

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    C No. 1602 "Allegheny" the 2-6-6-6 Allegheny was the most powerful American steam locomotive type ever built. Two days after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway received its first 2-6-6-6 "Allegheny" type locomotive. The C adorned the mammoth steamers with the name "Allegheny" for the West Virginia mountains they climbed, pulling heavy coal trains at 15 miles per hour.

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