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Spokane & Inland Empire No. 502
United States | 1913 | only one produced
Railway and Locomotive Engineering, February 1913

The Spokane and Inland Empire Railroad operated an electrified interurban network that had its core between Spokane, Washington and Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and developed tourist areas south of Spokane. In 1913, a Baldwin-Westinghouse steeplecab locomotive was procured for shunting tasks, which was given the number 502.

As is usual with interurbans, it was a DC locomotive with as many standard components as possible. Four Westinghouse 301-D-2, each with 100 hp, were used as traction motors, which were also used in large numbers in trams or interurban railcars.

General
Built1913
ManufacturerBaldwin-Westinghouse
Axle configB-B 
Gauge4 ft 8 1/2 in (Standard gauge)
Dimensions and Weights
Wheelbase22 ft 2 in
Power
Power sourceelectric - DC
Electric system600 V
Continuous power400 hp (298 kW)
Starting effort25,000 lbf
Power Plant
Boiler
Calculated Values
electric locomotive
switcher
steeplecab
last changed: 09/2022
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