Caption under original photo reads ''A double cylinder Frick hauling engine, 185 bbls. (carload) of apples, 29,600 lbs. Mr. I. H. Moore, Kernstown, Virginia owns and operates the outfit. The protected cleats avoids tearing up the road surface and increase
Frick double cylinder engine #15795 when owned by Mr. Frank Bly. This is the engine which later killed Mr. Strosnider. Note filler blocks and jacket removed, and heavier front wheels installed.
Frick double cylinder engine #15795 taken August 1968, partially junked by Mr. Fred Braithwaite, Cross Junction, Virginia, as found by Mr. William Burke, Finksburg, Maryland, in 1970.
Mr. William Burke, of Finksburg, Maryland, with Frick double cylinder engine after its restoration. This is the engine #15795, which killed Mr. Strosnider in 1922.