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 Posted: Sat Mar 26th, 2011 06:28 pm
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MinerFortyNiner



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Here are a few more images:



Here is another look at ACC #2 at the Arizona Mineral Museum, which is now renamed in honor of Arizona's upcoming centennial in 2012. Named William Grant, she was built in 1882 as a 0-4-2 and later cut down for work on the high line.



A view inside the restored cab.



Another look at #8 with her original trailing truck.



Here is Copper Head's smokebox door, proudly displaying her heritage.



A look inside #5's cab at the rear of the firebox.



Here is #5's running gear.



Here is another look at Detroit Copper #2, named La Nena.



Here's a detail view of La Nena's running gear.



And a look at her recently re-painted cab.

Last edited on Sat Mar 26th, 2011 06:28 pm by MinerFortyNiner



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