BOSTON & ALBANY STEAM LOCOMOTIVES
SOUTH STATION BOSTON
K-14g 4-6-2 583 by H. W. Pontin
A PORTFOLIO OF 279 PHOTOGRAPHS
THE CLEVELAND LIMITED near Boston in 1926
K-14g 4-6-2 577
The Boston & Albany Railroad was the result of the 1867 consolidation of the Boston & Worcester Railroad and the Western Railroad. In 1900 the New York Central Railroad leased the Boston & Albany, renumbered the locomotives and displayed New York Central Lines on the tenders with the initials B&A at the tender top. In 1912 the name Boston & Albany was returned to the locomotives. However, locomotives purchased after the lease were of New York Central design.
U-2 l 0-8-0 63 Switching at Pittsfield by Lee Beaujon
The locomotives pictured on this site are arranged by type and generally only those in operation after the New York Central lease are shown. The following web pages begin with 0-6-0's, followed by pages for 0-8-0's, 2-8-0's, 2-8-2's, 2-8-4's, 4-4-0's, 4-6-0's, Tank engines, 4-6-2's, and 4-6-4's. There is also a web page of other types such as the 0-4-0's,
4-4-2's, 2-6-0's, 4-8-0's, 2-10-2's, 2-6-6-2's and 4-8-2's. LOCOMOTIVES OF THE NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES by Edward L. May and William D. Edson is the source of roster information. In general, only basic information is provided about the locomotives and the many renumberings are not specified.
Kd 4-6-2 526 at Riverside by H. W. Pontin
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Kc 4-6-2 3516 at Riverside with the Boston section of the TWENTIETH CENTURY LIMITED
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