An artist's rendering of the Locomotive

Virginia and Truckee No. 19 "Truckee" is a 2-6-0 "Mogul" Type steam locomotive built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1875 for the Virginia and Truckee Railroad and named "Truckee".

No. 19 was used for freight service on the Virginia and Truckee Railroad.

Truckee ended service on the V&T just before the turn of the century in 1892 when it was retired from service and Placed in the Carson City engine house.

In 1901, the Verdi Lumber Company restored her and renamed #1 and renamed her as "Roberts".

She was sadly sold for scrap in 1920.


  • 'Truckee' was one of four nearly identical 2-6-0's built by Baldwin Locomotive Works from 1875 through 1876 for the Virginia & Truckee Railroad.
  • These moguls are of a similar, albeit heavier, construction than the preceding eight Baldwin moguls.