Little River Railroad No. 110 is a 4-6-2 'Pacific' type steam locomotive built by the Baldwin locomotive works in 1911 for the Little River Railroad.

No. 110 served as a logging engine, making its way up the mountains to the logging camps and bringing logs back down the mountain.

No. 110 ran in what is now the Great Smoky Mountain National Park until 1939.

In 1940 No. 110 was sold to the Smoky Mountain Railway and ran until it was retired on December 9th, 1954.

When the Smoky Mountain Railroad ceased operations in January 1961, No. 110 was abandoned in Shook’s Gap, TN.

Today she ran on the Little River Railroad in Coldwater, MI.


The locomotive was built with a blind middle drive wheel; this means that the middle drive wheel doesn’t have a flange on it.

This allows 110 to take curves that an engine without a blind driver would have a hard time making.

No. 110 ran in what is now the Great Smoky Mountain National Park until 1939.

In 2014 she double headed a passenger train with the Central Pacific Leviathan.

No. 110 has been with the current Little River Railroad for longer than either of its previous owners and has been in service the entire time.

On November of 2011, No. 110 will celebrate her 100th birthday.

In 2004, 110 and her owner Terry Bloom celebrated a milestone.

In 110’s 95 years, she has only been out of service for approximately 20 years.

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