A week of railway stuff! To start off, 539, In Williams rail station. Arizona, U.S.A. Dont know much about it,except it was built in 1917, and was huge!
"Locomotive No. 539 was built for the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1917. The locomotive ran on various lines, including the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway, for 40 years before being retired to a civic-monument in Vancouver’s Esther Short Park. The locomotive was then moved to Battle Ground before being recently displaced by a park project. The large locomotive arrived in Williams after being transported by rail from Battle Ground, Wash., aboard three flat cars. No. 539 will be the Railway’s largest locomotive in its steam fleet, which also includes locomotives Nos. 29 and 4960."
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