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a 1911 HK Porter 0-4-0-T locomotive at the Lukens Steel Museum in Coatesville, Pennsylvania
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Love the POV on this old loco. My husband was a train driver till he finished in 2002 Used to love the smell of steam on his clothes diesel wasn’t the same some how.. A lot of hard work. in the steam days.
The POV was the only way to hide the parking lot the train sits in, part of a brand-new museum to preserve the Lukens Steel Mills which date back to the early 19th c. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your memories.
Thank you for the feature. Much appreciated.
Thank you for the feature. Much appreciated