In 1937, StL-SW's Pine Bluff, AR shops built five (road numbers 810 through 814) additional Class L-1s which were identical to the 10 from Baldwin. Then, in 1943, another five (road numbers 815 through 819) came out of the Pine Bluff shops which were very similar to the other Class L-1s except they weighed about 6,000 pounds more.
There is one surviving Class L-1, number 819, at the Arkansas Railroad Museum in Pine Bluff, AR.
|Class||Road Number||Year Built||Builder|
|Specifications for Class L-1|
|Length:||99' - 8.5"|
|Weight on Drivers:||248,000 lbs|
|Total Locomotive Weight:||419,800 lbs|
|Locomotive & Tender Weight:||737,500 lbs|
|Grate Area:||88.3 sq ft|
|Cylinders (dia. x stroke):||(2) 26" x 30"|
|Boiler Pressure:||250 psi|
|Tractive Effort:||61,564 lbs|
|Tender Capacity:||15,000 gals. of water and 5,000 gals of fuel oil.|