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This 0-4-0 was built as a steam dummy by Baldwin in 1879 for the Hamilton & Dundas Street Railway. It ended up working for the Beck lumber Co. in Penetanguishine. It was later cosmetically restored without the body and an enclosure was built around it.
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Caption: This 0-4-0 was built as a steam dummy by Baldwin in 1879 for the Hamilton & Dundas Street Railway. It ended up working for the Beck lumber Co. in Penetanguishine. It was later cosmetically restored without the body and an enclosure was built around it.

Photographer:
Eric May [138] (more) (contact)
Date: 02/1995 (search)
Railway: Preservation (search)
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Train Symbol: Not Provided
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City/Town: Penetanguishine (search)
Province: Ontario (search)
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Map courtesy of Open Street Map

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2 Comments
  1. this is historic. thanka for seeking this rare stuff out.

  2. Thank the Canadian Trackside Guide for listing it. Whenever I get sent out on a site visit I try to include a quick side jaunt to anything nearby. I don’t necessarily come back by the most direct route.

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