At the Arizona Railway Museum
Museums - History, Land - Rail
"2-8-0 steam locomotive built in 1906 by the Baldwin Locomotive Company for the Southern Pacific RR. Builders number 29064. SP Class C-9 it weighs 217,800 pounds, has 57 1/2" drivers with a tractive effort of 45,470 pounds. The engine is oil fired with a working pressure of 210 Psi. The tender is a C-4 class with serial number 8365. The engine was donated to the City of Chandler in August 1965 and placed on display at the Chandler Train Station. After being moved to Armstrong Park in 1969, the locomotive began to deteriorate. Since 1984, the locomotive has been cared for by the Members of the Arizona Railway Museum. The engine was placed on the Arizona State Historical Register in 1994."