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Albany's Steam Locomotive

Georgia Northern No. 107, an ALCO 4-6-2 built in 1911, is being cosmetically restored at the Thronateeska Heritage Center, a historical complex centered around Albany’s former Union Station.

The engine also served Florida East Coast as its No. 88.

Albany locomotive, cab end view.

A replica of the missing cab is in the plans for the continuing restoration.



The locomotive before it was put under a protective canopy.

Albany locomotive, view of tender.



ALCO's Schenectady Works completed the engine in May of 1911.

Steam locomotive drive wheels and mechanisms. Georgia's Railroad History & Heritage. © Steve Storey

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