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No. 2 (Vulcan Iron Works)

No. 2 (also known as FS-2 , MW-101, and the "Squirt") was originally purchased by the Frederick Snare Corporation, Grafton, West Virginia, in February, 1935. The paperwork (of which we have about 50 pages worth in our archives!) reads "Design similar to 'Wyoming' design." It was originally black with white lettering. Early in its life at the MCRR, it was painted in a "utility motor" yellow and black scheme. As part of the massive upgrade, described below, it was repainted in its original livery.

Beginning early 2016, the Vulcan gasoline switcher underwent a massive upgrade: replacement engine, trasmimssion, paint, air sanders, lighting, and a few other upgrades. See the "projects" page and the shop blog for various updates to this project.

(Each picture links to a larger version.)

Vulcan Iron Works Gasoline Switcher




 Midwest Central Railroad  Mount Pleasant, Iowa 52641 319−385−2912 (updated 01May19)