From the book Arcade and Attica Railroad
by Edward A. Lewis:
#14, a 4-6-0 built by Baldwin in 1917, builders number 45083.
Dimension of cylinders: 19"x26", dimension of drivers: 58"
A booklet put out by the Western New York Railway Historical Society, Inc., Comin' on Strong-The Arcade & Attica Railroad
also lists those same dimensions.
This locomotive was originally Escanaba and Lake Superior #14.
I know this isn't the data you requested but it's all I have. Possibly you could use the builder's number to obtain the desired information or find something based on it's E&LS heritage.
UPDATE: After a little Internet surfing (even with this crappy AOL search engine) I managed to find this:
http://www.steamlocomotive.info/vlocomo ... isplay=897
Hope it's what you're looking for.
Art Audley, AA3RT
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