Copper Range DS-4-4-1000 #100, using a Stewart model.
Distingushing features in pictures:
- Four Stacks
- No plow early on, plow added along with a metal plate attached to the handrails, looks like plow might be temporaly mounted for the winter only
- Black cab sunshades added in later years
- MU added in '64, after that both #100 & #101 were usually seen togeather
- Yellow stripes on front stop for radiator
- Yellow side handrails
- Also had lengthwise grab on hood
- Black front & rear square cornered railing
- Yellow Frame rail
- Nathan M3 (3 Chime) horn? mounted cab roof front (hood) side
- Silver trucks, although some shots they appear to be dark, most likely just really dirty
- Class lights? Marker lamps? similar to those on a caboose mounted on front hood corners
- Steam style bell moved a few times, for a while was mounted with a plate under it, sticking over the edge, later centered
- Radiator covers seem to be seasonal, the continuting stipe one looks like it was made for the S12 although they switched
- Two had three openings, and one with two openings, one of the three opening covers had continuing stripes (picture warning)
- Hood side numberboards have unit number.
- Rotary becon mounted directly to the light box on hood front.
Baldwin, built 4/1947
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