Steam locomotive profile: 4-6-0 Ten-Wheeler

Pennsylvania Railroad G5s class 4-6-0 Ten-Wheeler No. 1963
The first Ten-Wheelers appeared in the late 1840s. They grew out of the need for a locomotive with more adhesion than the 4-4-0. Like the 4-4-0, the 4-6-0 also used the three-point suspension system to traverse the irregular track of the day. The swi...

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