Another "Lost Engine" story with a happy ending is that of American Viscose Company no. 6, one of two 0-4-0 saddletanks that languished for many years in a scrapyard in Pulaski, Virginia. Both locomotives were rescued from the yard in 2004. Viscose no. 6 was purchased by Scott Symans of Dunkirk, New York, who restored the 1924 Baldwin to steam. Since her return to steam in 2007, this beautifully-restored locomotive now visits tourist railroads and events around the northeast.
American Viscose Company no. 6 (owned by Scott Symans of Dunkirk, New York)
American Viscose Company no. unknown (owned by by Joseph Rodney of Silver Creek, New York)