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PhotographÂ was edited for publication purposes Photograph article dated December 28, 1950 partially reads, "After 15 years of working with miniature trains that run under their own power, Dick Bagley, motion picture projectionist of Canoga Park has just completed what he believes is his masterpiece. It's an eight foot locomotive that burns soft coal and if turned loose on a straight-away track could make upwards of 40 miles per hour. Bagley's locomotive is a completely rebuilt one. It's what is called by railroad men as an overhauled and back shop job. All parts were reworked. It's ready for immediate delivery to Robert A. Day of West Los Angeles, but may be viewed at the Bagley home at 6904 Geyser St., Canoga Park." Photograph caption reads, "Tight squeeze - Tiny but effective is the fire box that burns soft coal to propel this operating miniature train valued at $7000. Bagley inserts the fire box, above."
1 photographic print :b&w ;11 x 10 cm. Photographic prints
00137182 ValleyÂ Times Collection HCNVT_d044_f30_i4 CARL0005651929 http://126.96.36.199/cdm/ref/collection/photos/id/67155
Motion picture projectionists--California--Los Angeles Locomotives--Models--California--Los Angeles Locomotives--California--Los Angeles Miniature objects--California--Los Angeles Men--California--Los Angeles Canoga Park (Los Angeles, Calif.) Valley Times Collection photographs Portrait photographs