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Leta Feldmeier's Collection
 
11/23/2017
 
 
 
 
 
By:Leta Feldmeier
Dates:5/28/2012 - 5/28/2012
Album Info:The 905 was given to the city of Duncan in October 1954. It was moved across town on portable tracks. The engine moved under its own power using compressed air instead of steam. The 905 is in the process of being restored as a static display.
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A 4-6-2, P 33, Coal Fired, Steam Locomotive Built in July 1910 by ALCO Builder No. 48122, Placed into service by CRI&P August 1910. Retired from service 1953. Given to Duncan, Ok. October 4, 1954.
Title:  A 4-6-2, P 33, Coal Fired, Steam Locomotive Built in July 1910 by ALCO Builder No. 48122, Placed into service by CRI&P August 1910. Retired from service 1953. Given to Duncan, Ok. October 4, 1954.
Description:  Removed from the siding and setting on protable tracks ready to start the journey to its new home
Photo Date:  10/9/1954  Upload Date: 5/28/2012 10:09:45 PM
Location:  Duncan, OK
Author:  Leta Feldmeier
Categories:  Steam,Passenger
Locomotives:  CRIP 905(4-6-2)
Views:  535   Comments: 0
Moving Home
Title:  Moving Home
Description:  Moving down Oak Street on portable tracks using compressed air instead of steam.
Photo Date:  10/16/1954  Upload Date: 5/28/2012 9:59:57 PM
Location:  Duncan, OK
Author:  Leta Feldmeier
Categories:  Steam,Passenger
Locomotives:  CRIP 905(4-6-2)
Views:  357   Comments: 0
End Of Track
Title:  End Of Track
Description:  The 905 has reached the display area designated for it in Fuqua Park
Photo Date:  12/4/1954  Upload Date: 5/28/2012 10:57:07 PM
Location:  Duncan, OK
Author:  Leta Feldmeier
Categories: 
Locomotives: 
Views:  155   Comments: 0
July 2006  in the Park
Title:  July 2006 in the Park
Description:  Waiting for asbestos removal to begin.
Photo Date:  7/7/2006  Upload Date: 5/29/2012 10:57:30 PM
Location:  Duncan, OK
Author:  Leta Feldmeier
Categories:  Steam
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Views:  144   Comments: 0
A New Home For the 905
Title:  A New Home For the 905
Description:  After 54 years the 905 has been moved to its New Home in front of the Replica of the 1892 Depot built in Duncan. The 905 was stripped to allow for asbestos removal. Now that it has been moved restoration work can proceed.
Photo Date:  4/2/2011  Upload Date: 5/28/2012 10:48:48 PM
Location:  Duncan, OK
Author:  Leta Feldmeier
Categories:  Steam
Locomotives: 
Views:  159   Comments: 1
Fairbury, NB 1914
Title:  Fairbury, NB 1914
Description:  taken in 1914 at Fairbury Nebraska. The 905 was 3 years old when this picture was taken.
Photo Date:  5/28/2012  Upload Date: 5/29/2012 10:53:57 PM
Location:  Fairbury, NE
Author:  Rod Wylie
Categories:  Steam,Passenger
Locomotives: 
Views:  187   Comments: 0
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Description:  Three views of the 905 from many years past.
Photo Date:  5/28/2012  Upload Date: 5/29/2012 11:32:53 PM
Location:  Duncan, OK
Author:  Leta Feldmeier
Categories:  Steam,Passenger
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Views:  119   Comments: 0


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