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No: 15706   Contributor: Andrew Breeden   Year: 2012   Manufacturer: Baldwin Locomotive Works   Country: United States of America
3751 Class

3759 at Kingman Arizona, seen in march 2012 this is a Baldwin built 1928 Loco.
Picture added on 03 December 2012 at 18:47
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Andrew, can you explain to this 'Limey' what the apparatus is on the chimney ('Stack' to you I think?). Thanks in anticipation.

Added by Tony Roberts on 10 December 2012.
Hi Tony
sorry no idea, its a chimney to me too, I am as Limey as you, English guy living in Luxembourg, working in aviation and very well travelled. Sorry I cant answer your question, I have seen this loco many times and never really noticed that!

Added by on 11 December 2012.
This is a telescopic stack extension which ATSF fitted to a number of their steam locomotives. The idea was that when raised it lifted and cleared the exhaust smoke better. It could be lowered for bridges and tunnels. I wonder how many they lost when the crew forgot to lower them?

Added by Steve LEE on 12 December 2012.
hey thanks Steve, interesting..andy

Added by Andrew Breeden on 12 December 2012.
Ah, that would be a case for Smokeless Coal then if they were getting smuts in their eyes. How does the song go, "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".

Thanks Steve, it's what I expected.

Added by Tony Roberts on 12 December 2012.
The appliance also was helpful keeping smoke out of the cab in tunnels and snow sheds. Southern Rwy in the Southeast USA had some they called "smoke deflectors" on their CNO&TP Division due to the many tunnels they travelled through.

Added by RJ Duncan on 13 December 2012.
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