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Locomotive Engine No. 542

Locomotive Engine No. 542 | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway engine #542, class H4, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1882. Renumbered 773 In April of 1899, 226 in October of 1912, and scrapped on September 28, 1918. The train is shown here ready to leave for Milwaukee. Conductor Henry F. Durbin is on the ground by the engine, Engineer William H. Ellis is in the cab window and Fireman Charles E. Milles is in the gangway.
DESCRIPTION
Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway engine #542, class H4, built by Schenectady Locomotive Works in 1882. Renumbered 773 In April of 1899, 226 in October of 1912, and scrapped on September 28, 1918. The train is shown here ready to leave for Milwaukee. Conductor Henry F. Durbin is on the ground by the engine, Engineer William H. Ellis is in the cab window and Fireman Charles E. Milles is in the gangway.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:3250
Creation Date: 1900
Creator Name:Unknown
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State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Album 36 (Railroads --Chicago, Milwaukee, & St. Paul)
Genre:Photograph
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SUBJECTS
Work clothes
Men
Outdoor photography
Locomotives
Railroad employees
Railroad trains
Railroad tracks

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