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Title  [Central Pacific Railroad steam locomotive and tender No. 1555 with crew and caboose]
Date  [Between 1891 and 1899]
Description  1 photographic print mounted on 6-7/8 x 9 in. board ; 4-7/8 x 6-3/4 in.
Subject(s)  Central Pacific Railroad Company (159), Railroad locomotives (53), Railroad cabooses (4), Railroad employees (61)

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Summary  Central Pacific Railroad steam locomotive 4-6-0 No. 1555 was outshopped in May of 1875 by the Schnectady Locomotive Works (construction number 982) and numbered CP No. 190. In 1891 it was renumbered 1555. In 1899 the locomotive was rebuilt and renumbered 1068. The locomotive was sold to Union Rock Company October 20, 1927. Here the crew poses with the locomotive, tender and a wood caboose. The caboose is one of a large group built by the Central Pacific Shops in the late 1870s using Pennsylvania Railroad plans.
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California State Railroad Museum Library
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CSRM Negative 14335

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