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Madam Queen

A cache by Jeeper Rick Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/26/2003
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Downtown Amarillo Texas, easy find but interesting area off beaten path.

In December 1930 she rolled off the line at Baldwin locomotive Works. She was a 2-10-4 "Texas" type locomotive the biggest at the time the Santa Fe railroad would have. Her number is 5000, others in her class had alittle bigger driving wheels and other minor changes, she is in a class all by herself and survived the scrapper torch. She traveled over 1,750,000 miles before retirement in November 1953.In the middle 1990's the Texas Panhandle Railroad Society restored this queen of the rails and it is on display by the old Santa Fe station. To claim this cache log a picture of your GPS at the site.

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