The Mc Cloud River Railroad already had one 2-8-2, which it bought new from Baldwin in 1914 and had assigned it number 18. The newly acquired locomotive was a close twin to number 18 and it was given road number 19.
The nearly identical sisters served on the McCloud River Railroad in a roster of similar sized 2-8-2 and 2-6-2 locomotives until bumped from service by new Baldwin diesels. In 1953, surplus after twenty-nine years of service, the #19 was sold to the Yreka Western and is being used today for steam train excursions.
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