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Dave White

I see two steam engines, one caboose, some passenger coaches or perhaps they could be maintenance of way cars, the final fate of a lot of old passenger coaches. I say that only because they appear to be setting all by themselves.

The steam engine on the Wabash appears to be a yard engine but the other on the Pennsylvania Railroad looks as though it is a road engine.

I wonder if there's another overhead picture of the Nickel Plate or the PRR shops, where today's post office is.

Janell Dishong

His web site is terrific. Great pictures of Fort Wayne and surrounding area! Thanks for the heads up!

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