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Post if you want to with more pictures of this locomotive. Oh by the way, was this a NWP locomotive once?
Albums: CWR #45
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Thatnks Gus! Awesome photo.
Here is Medford #3 in Schellville in 1965 on the way to Fort Bragg.
Thanks Richard for the information.
CWR#45 was built for the Brownlee-Olds Lumber Co. of Medford, Oregon, this locomotive was acquired in 1964 from the frim's successor, Medford Corporation. It was rebuilt for Super Skunk service. Imformation from The Story of the California Western Skunk Railroad book Redwood,Iron Horses & The Pacific by Spencer Crump.
I can safely say "No." NWP did not have a 2-8-2 configuration on their steam engines. But it is one of the great locomotives left that I remember riding on as a kid. This picture shows the condition that I remember this locomotive.
I don't myself, but there are some in the photos section of the site.
Have any pictures of the EUKA southern?
De Nada Emilio!
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