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“Santa Fe” locomotive model, left side

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“Santa Fe” locomotive model, left side
Smithsonian Institution, Negative #: 65231-A
Model of "Santa Fe" Locomotive
Catalog #: 325899, Accession #: 257477
Currently on loan
From the Smithsonian Collection
Physical Description

Model. Dimensions: 39"L x 5-1/4"W x 7-3/4"H

Scale: " to 1 foot

Details
Date Made:
1903
Dates Used:
1903
Locations:
Kansas, New Mexico
History

The "Santa Fe" was a heavy freight locomotive built in September of 1903 by Baldwin Locomotive Works for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway.

Original Model. Weight: about 210 tons. Cylinders: (4) high pressure, 19" diameter X 32" stroke; low pressure, 32"bore x 32" stroke. Driving Wheels: 56-1/2" diameter.

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Manufacturer
Baldwin Locomotive Works


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