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How Southern #1401 was moved...
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 Posted: Sun Feb 19th, 2017 01:14 pm
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... into the Smithsonian:

http://amhistory.si.edu/onthemove/themes/story_31_1.html

Jose.



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That is a great story! Thanks for linking it to us Jose.

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Hi all,If anyone is interested, I could drag and and post my photos of a 2013 visit to #1401?  For anyone who hasn't got there to see it in person. 
It was on my list of "must visits" when we went to the US for the Pasadena Narrow Gauge Convention. Yeah I know DC is quite a way from Pasadena - But that's another story...



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