This little tank engine was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works for the American Viscose company in 1924. It was used as a plant switcher in Roanoke. The locomotive was retired in the early 1960s and sold to Gem City Iron & Metal Company where it rested for 40 years. In 2004, the locomotive was purchased by Scott Symans and restored in less than three years. Now, the locomotive travels the country and gives the public the chance to operate a real steam locomotive.
Commander, Honouable East India Company uull dress coat, crcaa 1818. Tail coat of fine blue wool lined with white silk twill. Large, heavy button back lapel faced with black velvet and embroidered with a twist pattern, outlining the buttonhole. The embroidery is done in satin stitch with metal thread. Each lapel has 10 gilt metal buttons with the coat of arms of the Company. The coat also has a large stand up collar of black velvet embroidered with metal thread.