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Mason County Logging 2-6-2T 7

Elbe Railfan Days, June 30th 2001, saw the debut of two newly restored steam locomotives: Curtis Lumber Co. Heisler #2 and Mason County Logging 2-6-2T #7.

Mason County Logging #7 is a 2-6-2T built by Baldwin in 1910 as c/n 34666. She worked log trains out of Bordeaux, Washington until the l940's when she was sold to the Port of Olympia and renumbered #2. She worked the yards of Olympia, Washington until 1958 when she was sold to Charles Morrow who displayed her at the Snoqualmie Falls Railroad Museum until she was sold to Chris Baldo of Willits, California in the early 1990's. Her restoration took over 2 years but the finished product is one of the most unigue logging locomotives operating today.

Photographer: Brian Fritz -- brianfr@speakeasy.org
Website: Washington State Steam Railroads and Locomotives
Image: 3_6_c.jpg, 672 x 448 jpg, 59k

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