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The 2-8-8-0 articulated type wasn't one of the more popular articulateds. It was owned by few railroads, among them the Great Northern (which had quite a wide variety of articulated locomotives) where it was called a Bull Moose. Here are a few photos of the GN locomotives.
This Pennsylvania 2-8-8-0 Mallet was one of the few designed by the Pennsy itself. In 1919, it was ahead of its time, and did not have a long service life. What you will notice, in both the Great Northern locomotives above and the Pennsy locomotive below, is the presence of the squared-off Belpaire firebox, just about unique to these two railroads.
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