Home » Top 1000 Steam Pictures » Excursion logging train, Harbor Springs, Michigan, 1906. Add to Facebook download .zip with all pictures Oh I’m just looking at the offset pistons and gearing. Not particularly the number of… But saying that, I’ve never seen any more or less than 3. Related Posts Pre-War K4s #5495 Builder’s Photo A steam crane! The wreckage of a steam locomotive named Charles Minot which was derailed during an attack by Confederate cavalry in Virginia, 1862. By Andrew J. Russell. Latest Comments Rac November 29, 2016 That’s a cool train. Exposed gears and all! Reminds me of a Willamette. Ingn August 18, 2016 Relivent http://smallmr.com/wordpress/the-hemlock-central-a-30-inch-prototype/ Tabelque March 31, 2016 I suspect thats a Shay type locomotive, due to the 3 Cylinders being mounted vertically at the side. Iss November 7, 2015 Doesn’t have to be 3, it can be any number, so long as it is not direct drive (note the U-joints, drive shaft, and gears). Comments are closed.