Southern Railway 4501

Southern Railway 4501 is a steam locomotive built in 1911 by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the Southern Railway (US). The engine is a 2-8-2 Mikado type locomotive, and was the very first of that wheel arrangement the railroad owned.

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... The 4501 was also used as the locomotive in the 1999 movie October Sky ... Its role was as a coal hauling locomotive and was shown several times in the film ...

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