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PRR P6 Pittsburgh by mrbill6ishere PRR P6 Pittsburgh by mrbill6ishere
This is the 4-6-4 that replaced the K series 4-6-2s in my timeline. They were first built in 1931 for use on crack PRR trains. Their names were used instead of Hudsons due to the NYC coining the tern Hudson. 

Like most other steam engines in the United States, they are still at work to this day. Complete with economic modifications when such are present to be placed in locomotives. Like modifications to reduce smoke.

Here is a more realistic depiction (with the platform thing in the front of smokebox: normal P6
Plus a streamlined version I may draw in the future: Streamlined P6
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edjack12 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2017
Nice drawing!
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