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La locomotora de vapor Reyerta de ancho métrico (modelo 030T) fue construida en Munich por la Compañía alemana LokomotivFabrik Krauss & Comp. Aktiengeselschaft en el año 1912.
Junto a otras cinco locomotoras de vapor que aún permanecen en Cantabria (María, Udías, Anita 6, Begoña 3 y Peñacastillo), ha sido incluida en el Inventario General del Patrimonio Cultural con la categoría de Bien Inventariado, como parte importante del patrimonio científico y técnico de Cantabria.
El Ayuntamiento de Puente Viesgo, en recuerdo y homenaje al ferrocarril Astillero- Ontaneda tan vinculado a sus gentes hasta su desmantelamiento en 1973, encargó al taller de Luis Suárez en Carrejo la restauración y tras varios meses de trabajos fué trasladada en mayo de 2004 y colocada por operarios de FEVE en un cambio de vías junto al antiguo trazado del ferrocarril.

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