Class M number 484
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Wed Nov 18 12:25:57 EST 2009
>From my records, four Class Ms were sold as scrap at Roanoke during May and
According to Prince's book, numbers 404, 431 and 484 were sold to the
VaSI&M. The fourth, number 464 was sold as scrap but Prince does not list to
whom it was sold.
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Which scrapyard did she go to? I'm just thinking that date is only a couple
weeks before the four surviving steamers from Virginia Scrap Iron & Metal
arrived in the yard. Makes me wonder if the orphaned 4-8-0 pilot truck that
sat behind no. 917 in the yard (and is now the basis for her "tender" on
display in Ohio) might have come from no. 484.
> Class M number 484 was sold as scrap at Roanoke on
> Bud Jeffries
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> >Does anyone know the subsequent history of no. 484?
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