"Daniel Nason" Boston and Providence - St. Louis, MO
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Wampa-One
N 38° 34.317 W 090° 27.669
15S E 721178 N 4272333
Quick Description: Locomotive located at the Museum of Transportation in Kirkwood, MO
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 12/14/2008 12:46:50 PM
Waymark Code: WM5BQA
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member S5280ft
Views: 11

Long Description:
"Daniel Nason" Boston & Providence - 1858
4-4-0 American type locomotive designed by Master Mechanic George S. Griggs and built at the Boston & Providence Railroad shops. The "Daniel Nason" is the only surviving example of "Dutch Wagon" practice where the steam cylinders are inside the locomotive frame, a design popular prior to the Civil War. It is a wood burning locomotive with 16" x 20" cylinders and 54" drive wheels. Donated in 1982 by the "Friends of the Danbury" Collection.
Locomotive Type: (required): Steam

Do you need to pay an entrance fee to view this locomotive? (required): Yes

If a fee is required what is the approximate cost for admittance? (optional):
$6.00 for adults, less for kids and seniors


How accessible is this locomotive display? (Required): Only touching is allowed.

If "other" what is the engine type? (optional): Not listed

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