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2-6-6-6 at Henry Ford Museum

1941 Lima "Allegheny" 2-6-6-6 coal-burning locomotive. Weighs nearly 600 tons and is 125 feet long. On display at Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MI

Nebraska Zephyr and 4-6-2 at the Illinois Railway Museum in Union, IL.

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CO 4-6-6-4 locomotive 1309 at the BO Railroad Museum. Sister locomotive 1308 sits at the Collis P. Huntington Railroad Historical Society's museum yard in Huntington, WV.

Henry Ford Museum

Henry Ford Museum

allegheny steam locomotive. in the henry ford museum in dearborn, mi. it stops you in your tracks ever time you see it. this is what a man made monster looks like.<saved someone else .) I've been there it's massive !

Granite Rock #10 An 0-6-0T switcher (Porter, 1942), used by the California State Railroad Museum

At the Henry Ford Museum

Henry Ford Museum

National Railway Museum in York. The board's "Coronation" "Mallard" Number 4468 Mallard is London and North Eastern Railway Class A4 4-6-2 Pacific steam locomotive built at Doncaster, England in 1938.

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C No. 1602 "Allegheny" the 2-6-6-6 Allegheny was the most powerful American steam locomotive type ever built. Two days after the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway received its first 2-6-6-6 "Allegheny" type locomotive. The C adorned the mammoth steamers with the name "Allegheny" for the West Virginia mountains they climbed, pulling heavy coal trains at 15 miles per hour.

At the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit.

Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan

The Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MI

The giant tree in The Henry Ford museum

The Henry Ford = Greenfield Village/Museum. Photo of Clock Tower at Night

Henry Ford Museum Weinermobile

The roundhouse in Greenfield Village at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn. We are new members here. It's worth a 2-hour drive to see so much American history in one place. http://www.hfmgv.org/index.aspx