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    Engineer, Owen F. Oviatt, (far right) leans on Mike, a locomotive that provided passenger service between Rochester and Lower Rochester, Nevada, about 1915. Mike consisted of a Winston automobile frame and motor built onto two light railtrucks. The Cab was handmade.

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    Engineer, Owen F. Oviatt, (far right) leans on Mike, a locomotive that provided passenger service between Rochester and Lower Rochester, Nevada, about 1915. Mike consisted of a Winston automobile frame and motor built onto two light rail trucks. The Cab was handmade.

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