C&O K3-K3a 2-8-2
For T:ANE SP2 Only
Over the next few years many railroads were buying the "Mikado" type locomotives and many improvements were made to the design. By the mid 1920s the C&O decided that its motive power was becoming outdated and started acquiring new 2-8-2s.
Between 1924 and 1926 it bought 150 new "Mikados" from ALCO. There were three separate classes; fifty Class K-2, delivered in 1924 and carried road numbers 1160 through1209, fifty, Class K-3, also delivered in 1924, assigned road numbers 1210 through1259 and fifty of the third class, delivered in 1926, designated as Class K-3a and given road numbers 2300 through 2349.
All had 63" diameter drivers, K-3 and K-3a had 28" x 32" cylinders, all had a 200 psi boiler pressure and K-3 and K-3a locomotives exerted 67,698 pounds. There were some differences between each of these classes including a different specification for tenders in each class. The Class 3 and Class 3a firebox was 338 square feet. The evaporative heating surface was 4,160 square feet and with the superheater the combined heating surface was 5,663 square feet.
- Crew figures
- Scripted loco / tender effects
- Animated coal load
- Animated bell
- Animated hoses
- Custom e/Spec