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Photo of Bear Harbor Lumber @ Sacramento, CA.
Bear Harbor Lumber @ Sacramento, CA.

No.1, a 12-ton 0-4-0 logging engine built by Marshutz & Cantrell (at the National Iron Works in San Francisco) for the Bear Harbor Lumber Company in 1892. This unique "Gypsy-type" engine (which also carries the name Gypsy) is equipped with a bull gear and steam-powered winch on the pilot, and carries wood and water in a tank behind the large, open cab.

Photographed by Bruce Macdonald, May 2, 1981.
Added to the photo archive by Bruce Macdonald, August 27, 2021.
Railroad: Southern Pacific.

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