The Sagaponack Montauk Railroad purchased this Baldwin 2-4-4-2 from a western logger, and used it as a light freight loco until the road was purchased by the Sag Harbor Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.. SMRR had renumbered the engine 2821, and it retained that number on the Sagaponack Montauk & Cindys Harbor. Under Shipyard ownership, the loco found less, and less work, as freights became heavier. When the shipyard purchased the Shinnecock Hills Lumber Co., and began improving the business, they decided to transfer the 2821 back to the logging industry. She retains her number, as an SHLC loco. The locos maintenance records didn't catch up fast enough. Due for flue replacement, she was kept in operation until one of the flues split. With her fire dumped, and her boiler cold she is being towed into the shop for retubing. 2821's "clone", SHS&D 3' gauge outside frame 2-4-4-2 is doing the towing. The first picture is a close up of 2821.