Bingham & Garfield 0-8-8-0 100-106 Locomotives
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Bingham & Garfield 100-106, built by Alco in 1911 to 1918, were almost identical to Erie Railroad's three camel-back 0-8-8-0 locomotives built for Erie by Alco in 1907, numbered as Erie 2600-2602. The major difference being that the Erie engines were saturated steam, and the B&G engines were superheated steam. The B&G engines also had standard cabs at the rear of their firebox.
The three Erie engines were the first of 41 "standard" 0-8-8-0 built for eight different railroads by Alco-Schenentady and Alco-Brooks between 1907 and 1922.
All had 26/41x28 cylinders and 51 inch drivers. All had similar boilers and 23 had wide fireboxes with 100 square feet of grate area, with boiler pressure of 210-220 pounds. All had tractive effort in the range of 100,000 pounds (+/- 10,000 pounds).
|1907||Erie||2600-2602||3||25/39x28||51||100 sq. ft.||215 psi||94,000|
|1910||D&H||1600-1605||6||26/41x28||51||100 sq. ft.||220 psi||108,000|
|1911||D&H||1606-1609||4||26/41x28||51||100 sq. ft.||220 psi||108,000|
|1911||B&G||100-102||3||26/41x28||51||100 sq. ft.||210 psi||102,000|
|1912||D&H||1610-1612||3||26/41x28||51||100 sq. ft.||220 psi||108,000|
|1912||B&G||103||1||26/41x28||51||100 sq. ft.||210 psi||102,000|
|1913||LS&MS||5897-5899||3||26/40x28||51||94 sq. ft.||220 psi||101,000|
|1916||PL&E||9090-9091||2||26/40x28||51||81 sq. ft.||220 psi||101,000|
|1916||NYC||5900-5905||6||26/40x28||51||81 sq. ft.||220 psi||101,000|
|1916||MC||8700-8701||2||26/41x28||51||81 sq. ft.||220 psi||101,000|
|1917||B&G||104-105||2||26/41x28||51||100 sq. ft.||210 psi||102,000|
|1918||B&G||106||1||26/41x28||51||100 sq. ft.||210 psi||106,000|
|1921||NYC||5906-5908||3||26/40x28||51||81 sq. ft.||220 psi||101,000|
|1922||B&M||800-801||2||26/40x28||51||81 sq. ft.||220 psi||107,000|
The B&G engines were later rebuilt with normal-width fireboxes, matching the NYC and B&M engines. The Erie engines were later rebuilt by Baldwin as 2-8-8-2's. The B&G engnes were reportedly built using the same plans as the D&H engines.
Photos of 0-8-8-0's -- A photo album of images and information taken from LeMassena's "Articulated Locomotives of North America."
There were 20 0-8-8-0's built by Alco-Richmond for Brazill, using that country's 63-inch gauge, and different specifications (20/32x26 cylinders, 50-1/2 drivers).
There were five built by Alco-Schenectady for N&W with different specifications (24-1/2&39x30 cylinders, 56-inch drivers).
There were 30 built by Alco-Schenectady for B&O with different specifications (26&41x32 cylinders, 56-inch drivers).