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Central Pacific Railroad steam locomotive No. 237
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California State Railroad Museum Library
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Central Pacific steam locomotive No. 237 on turntable at the Sacramento Shops. No. 237, El Gobernador, was built in Sacramento, completed in February 1883 and placed into service March of 1884. The locomotive was dismantled July 15, 1894. View is looking east. The northwest corner of the Car Shop is visible at rear right. The north wall of the Machine Shop is to right. The Roundhouse is at left.
Original measurements: 1 photographic print; 7 x 9 in.
California Preservation Service (CAPS)
7 x 9 in.
1 Page of 1
Time Period
California State Railroad Museum Library and Archives
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