This three-foot gauge Consolidation never ran on Edaville's two-foot gauge trackage, but was displayed near the theme park entrance at Middleboro, Massachusetts when I took this transparency in July 1965. The H. K. Porter Company built the engine in 1909 for the Argent Lumber Company as its No. 4; it spent most of its career near Hardeeville, South Carolina and was retired in 1959. After being on static display at Edaville it was acquired by a private owner and subsequently sold to the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association in Kent, Connecticut, where it is displayed with its original number restored. No details are available regarding its specifications.