The East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad ran from Johnson City, Tennessee to Cranberry, North Carolina. Trackage in the Johnson City area was dual-gauge (both standard and narrow) while the rest of the line was narrow gauge. In 1942 the railroad acquired three standard-gauge locomotives to switch the dual-gauge portion where most of the industry was located. The third to be acquired, from the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac, was 0-6-0 No. 205 shown in this photo from J. R. Reid. It was built by Baldwin in 1906, and had 50-inch drivers, 20x26-inch cylinders, and slide valves. It was sold to the Cadiz Railroad in Kentucky around 1953. My thanks to Mike West and Pete Stabovitz, who supplied some of this information.