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This engine, named the "Joe Douglass," is a tiny engine once used by a mining company. It was built in 1882 in Pittsburgh, PA. By today's standards, it's pulling capacity is shockingly small. The doorway on the rear of the engine is no taller than six feet, if that. This is one tiny engine!
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