Steam locomotive profile: 0-4-0

Baltimore & Ohio 0-4-0 Tom Thumb
The first locomotive in America came from England in 1829, an 0-4-0 built by Foster, Rastrick & Co. of Stourbridge, and named the Stourbridge Lion. Built for the Delaware & Hudson Canal Co., its intended use was to haul coal wagons on D&H...

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