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  1. r_i_straw
    In the photo you can see part of this locomotive coupled right behind the 3009. [IMG]
  2. r_i_straw
    @RailMix It was built by Santa Fe in 1911 as a Mallet. Photo taken not long after on November 11, 1911. It was cut up in 1917 to build locomotives #3015 with the high pressure truck and #3025...
  3. RailMix
    Interesting to note that the low pressure cylinders were equipped with piston valves, I would think somewhat unusual for Mallets of this vintage.
  4. sd90ns
    Won't your trains get dizzy going around and around in circles like that?
  5. sd90ns
    Is that a "Soylent Green" factory?

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