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Duluth (USA, MN) Lake Superior RR Museum Lincoln Funeral Car 20170813
Replica of President Lincoln's Funderal Car, Locomotive #1 and #14 The original funeral car was completed in February of 1865 after a 2-year construction project by the US Military Railroad Shop in Alexandria, VA. It was planned to be the Presidential State Coach "The United States". It is 48 feet long and 13 feet tall. The original car burned in a prairie fire in 1911. St. Paul and Pacific Steam Locomotive No. 1 "WILLIAM CROOKS" The locomotive was constructed in 1861 by Smith and Jackson of the New Jersey Locomotive and Machine Company of Paterson, NJ and is of the 4-4-0 "American Type". It was named for William Crooks, Chief Mechanical Engineer of the St. Paul and Pacific, and Colonel of the Sixth Regiment, MN Volunteers, in the Civil War. Duluth and Northern Minnesota Steam Locomotive No. 14 Built by Baldwin Locomotive works in 1913, D&NM Railway No. 14 represents the last remaining locomotive used on Minnesota’s once extensive system of logging railroads. It served till 1959. No. 14 is of the 2-8-2 "Mikado Type" and weighs 90 tons, 150 tons with tender loaded. Restored to operation in 1992.      
Copyright: Leopold Kaindl
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 26472x13236
Taken: 13/08/2017
Uploaded: 18/08/2017
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: museum; railroad; railway; transport; lincoln
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