Log Rails!
WOODEN RAILS
Tanner & Delaney steam locomotive went where steel rails never tread.

SUBMITTED BY: John Cotten
LOCATION: Somewhere in Kentucky

Here's a picture of a steam engine running on logs with the special wheels I mentioned in a trivia posting a while ago. The locomotive was built by Tanner & Delaney Manufacturing, of Richmond, Virginia in 1887. The company became known as The Pole Locomotive Company.

. . . John Cotten


 

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