WNS Single Drum Gas Fired Steam Boiler

WNS Single Drum Gas Fired Steam Boiler

  • Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania | Roster

    Class: 4-19. Built: 1941 by Erie City Iron Works, Erie, Pennsylvania to Heisler Locomotive Works specifications. Retired: c. 1972. Fireless steam locomotives use no fire to make steam. Instead, steam, generated by a stationary steam engine, is charged into the locomotive's boiler, which heats up the water already in the boiler to make more steam.Learn More

  • Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania | Roster

    Class: 4-19. Built: 1941 by Erie City Iron Works, Erie, Pennsylvania to Heisler Locomotive Works specifications. Retired: c. 1972. Fireless steam locomotives use no fire to make steam. Instead, steam, generated by a stationary steam engine, is charged into the locomotive's boiler, which heats up the water already in the boiler to make more steam.Learn More