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On exhibition on flat car; ex-Virginia & Truckee. Photographed: at Ogden, Utah, May 9, 1969.


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  • (del) (cur) 22:12, 7 July 2006 . . Lordkinbote ( Talk | contribs) . . 640×368 (44,665 bytes)
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  • Golden spike
  • 4-4-0
  • Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works
  • Virginia and Truckee Railroad
  • Flatcar