I thought I'd go back and make another American locomotive but this time a narrow gauge prototype based on the C-16 and DSP&P (Denver, South Park & Pacific railroad) 2-8-0. It's coal burning locomotive designed to run on 3' 6inch gauge tracks in the American Southwest. The prototype color is dark green with a Russia iron boiler jacket but since I'm limited on dark green, I thought I'd try dark blue. Plus it looks better IMO. ;) Enjoy!
Quoting Carter Wall
why are the driving wheeles so small?
Carter, steam locomotives have different sized drivers to match their type of use, passenger locomotives use large diameter drivers for high speeds whereas freight locomotives, such as the C-16, used small diameter drivers and more of them for better traction and maximum torque to haul heavy loads.