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 Posted: Fri Mar 9th, 2012 08:14 pm
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W C Greene



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OK nitpickers, here you are! A C Co #2, Arizona Copper Co (Coronado RR) was originally built as an 0-4-2T for the Coronado RR (20" gauge) CN 507, built 7/1882 by H K Porter. This loco was abandonded along with 2 others (#5 & #7) high on a hillside near the Coronado Mine. The 3 "lost lokies" were brought down some years ago and are all residing at various museums in AZ. Coronado RR #8 "Copperhead" is still at "home" in Clifton, AZ near the Greenlee Co. Historical Society museum (the old Clifton station)where the Coronado RR ran.
Aren't you glad that you asked???

Woodie



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