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Remembering Clinchfield Railroad locomotives

The Clinchfield Railroad is Classic Trains' Railroad of the Month for March 2020
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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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Classic Trains editors are celebrating the heritage, history, and lore of famed (and infamous) railroads. In March 2020, we celebrate the Clinchfield Railroad.

Please enjoy a collection of locomotive images located in the David P. Morgan Library archives at Kalmbach Media that include the Clinchfield's iconic locomotives and classic scenic photos.

You might also enjoy this Clinchfield history article from Classic Trains, a photo gallery of Clinch passenger trains, or freight trains.

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