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Locomotives of the Clinchfield Railroad

Black and white photographs of Clinchfield Railroad locomotives selected from the David P. Morgan Library at Kalmbach Media.
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Louis A. Marre collection

4-6-0 Ten-Wheeler steam locomotive No. 99

Clinchfield engine No. 99 built by Baldwin in 1905, stands at Erwin, Tennessee, on May 1, 1951. It survives as “Illinois Central 382” at the Casey Jones Museum in Vaughan, Mississippi. CRR had four other Ten-Wheelers, Nos. 100–103.
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