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Logo Steam Frenzy.png
ATSF Ember Icon Shop Loco.png
Statistics
ATSF Ember.png
Type Common Steam (100%)
Power 85 Icon Power.png
Slots 1 Icon Uncommon Slots.png
Tax Free
Dispatch XP 457 XP.png
Set Ember Express I (+95%)
Offer Information
Offer Type Offer Date Cost Buy XP Level Restrictions
Icon Shop SO.png Special 19 May 2015 320 Gems.png 109,665 XP.png 90     Limit: 2
Icon Shop VO.png Vintage 27 Jan 2016 250 Gems.png 87,620 XP.png 90     Limit: 3
Logo Limited.png Limited 28 Jun 2021-
19 Jul 2021
430 Gems.png 75,865,500 XP.png 745     Limit: 10
7,586,547,000 Gold.png 775     Limit: 1
Award Information
Award From Obscure Container Icon Shop Mystery.png Limit
Museum
This class of ten 2-10-10-2 locomotives were actually rebuilt from more conventional 2-10-2 Baldwin-built locomotives by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in 1911. Although they appeared to have exceedingly long boilers, the barrel in front of the rear set of cylinders actually contained first a primitive firetube superheater for further heating the steam before use; the steam was carried forward from the boiler proper by outside steam pipes as shown in the photograph. Also in this space was a reheater for the high-pressure exhaust before it was fed to the forward low-pressure cylinders. The experiment was unsuccessful and the locomotives were rebuilt to 2-10-2s during 1915–1918.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2-10-10-2#ATSF_3000_class
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