Atlantic Coast Line 4-6-0 Class K-9 1291 was built in 1900 by Rhode Island Locomotive Works as Savannah Florida & Western 113. She had 72" drivers, 19 x 28 inch cylinders, boiler pressure of 200 lbs, and produced 23,866 lbs of tractive effort. Before the Savannah Florida & Western Railroad was taken over by the Atlantic Coast Line, it had achieved separate fame as the operator of some very fast locomotives including this class of Ten-wheelers. The class came over to the ACL in 1902 and all were retired between 1934 and 1942. This image from my collection was taken in Savannah, Georgia in May, 1916.