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Re: [CBQ] Photo of the Day - explanation for feature on steam engine nee

Subject: Re: [CBQ] Photo of the Day - explanation for feature on steam engine needed
From: "Mike Decker" <>
Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2022 07:08:39 -0800
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I don't think that's a capped stack.  It looks more like the right hand 'running board' on the 453's smokebox.  The fenders look like car wheels on a flat car.

The Colo. RR Museum has a Ridgway spark arrester that they occasionally put on D&RGW 346.  The 346 was leased to the C&S at one time, and wrecked near South Park, I don't remember exactly where, but that's when she acquired the steel cab.

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