Norfolk and Western steam locomotive No. 433 in Abingdon, Virginia. A 4-8-0 engine, built by Baldwin locomotive works in 1907, it did service on the Virginia Creeper railroad, near the end of her service life. Affectionately known as "Molly", because she was a Class M locomotive, she was retired in 1958 and donated to the town of Abingdon, where she resides today. Only two Norfolk and Western class M locomotives survive today - the other still operates on the Strassburg Railroad in Strassburg, Pennsylvania.
April 15th, 2018
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