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Baltimore & Ohio Railroad No. 305 Steam Locomotive
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Nicknamed "The Camel" by it's unique placement of the cab on top of the boiler, this steam locomotive was built in 1869 and used on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad to haul coal trains at grades as high as 2.2 percent. The 4-6-0 camel locomotive type was a successor to the 0-8-0 camel locomotives that were prone to derailment when running faster than a normal drag freight speeds (Very slow), thus a 4 wheel pilot truck was added to the locomotive to allow it to run at more moderate speeds. Another unique feature on this design of locomotive is the long firebox used to burn anthracite coal abundant in eastern United States. The firebox design and its low center of gravity gave the locomotive a tractive effort of 8775 lbs. Today, No. 305 resides on static display at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.
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9 months ago
nice job! also great render SnapStudio!
9 months ago
Thank you very much!

I believe that my other train render turned out better though...
9 months ago
I think both of them turned out great! Thanks for rendering them, SnapStudio!
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