RailPictures.Net Photo: PV 11 Untitled Steam 0-4-0 at Madison, South Dakota by Jeff Terry
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Steam 0-4-0 (more..)
Prairie Village (Prairie Village, Milwaukee & Herman Railroad) (more..)
Madison, South Dakota, USA (more..)
July 19, 1999
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PV 11 (more..)
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Proof that you can't fix ugly! This little tank engine began life as Kelly Lime & Transport No. 13. It worked for the Cadillac & Lake City in the 1960s, then went to the Reese Central in Michigan, and then wound up at Jerry Jacobson's Southwest Virginia Scenic Railroad at Hiltons, Virginia, where it was used with a pair of home-built coaches. I first encountered it in 1988 at the Deadwood Central, a short-lived tourist line at Deadwood, South Dakota. Today it's servicable at Prairie Village near Madison, South Dakota. I think it would look better without the fake stack.
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