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Date: 09/04/06 18:00
The 132 in Topeka, Kansas
Author: RebStout

The 132 (2414) was named the Cyrus K. Holliday. It is displayed at the Kansas Museum of History in Topeka. An AT&SF standard gauge 2-8-0.

Photos #1 thru #3








Date: 09/04/06 18:02
Re: The 132 in Topeka, Kansas
Author: RebStout

Photo #4








Date: 09/04/06 18:04
Re: The 132 in Topeka, Kansas
Author: RebStout

Photo 7








Date: 09/04/06 18:06
Re: The 132 in Topeka, Kansas
Author: RebStout

Photo #10




Date: 09/04/06 19:06
Re: The 132 in Topeka, Kansas
Author: frosty

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Date: 09/04/06 19:14
Re: The 132 in Topeka, Kansas
Author: RebStout

Hi Jeff...

Very good. Thanks for the info!
Reb



Date: 09/04/06 20:05
Re: The 132 in Topeka, Kansas
Author: Evan_Werkema

RebStout Wrote:

> The 132 (2414) was named the Cyrus K. Holliday. It
> is displayed at the Kansas Museum of History in
> Topeka.

Just for reference, the 132 didn't have a name originally. It got that identity when it was refurbished as an exhibition locomotive in the 1940's. It was renumbered 1 and named Cyrus K. Holliday after Santa Fe's first president. ATSF's first locomotive, a 4-4-0, was numbered 1 and also named after Holliday.



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