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    Reference: TWH0069a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Bullfrog Goldfield locomotive #12. A 4-6-0 built by Baldwin, she was one of the engines normally used to haul the Alkali Express.

Reference: TWH0074a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Tonopah & Tidewater Bunk Car #501converted from a Box Car. This same car, or another box car, was used to create the replacement Silver Lake Station.

Reference: TWH0077a
Collection: Winslow/Hendricks
Description: Probably "Old Dinah", the steam tractor which attempted to replace the 20 Mule Team. Despite graded roads, she never could haul the Borax Wagons without breaking down. It took 4 men to operate her!

T&T #9     Reference: TMR6764b
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: T&T Engine #9 with possibly the fireman and engineer. Slight hint of the Ludlow Engine House between Cab & Tender?

Lunch Reference: TMR0539a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Unknown Workers or Soldiers eating near right-of-way.

Lady 'Oilers' Reference: TMR0799a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Lady 'Oilers', possibly at Ludlow, CA.

Unknown Reference: TMR0800a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Unknown, but possibly posed by the ATSF tracks (train in background) at the eastern end of Ludlow, CA.

Old Headlamps Reference: TMR3888a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Remains of the old style headlamps. Photo captioned as being at Ludlow, CA. Both Beatty & Ludlow were twin stall engine houses. Tecopa? Engine may be #8.

Moving wheelsets Reference: TMR3891a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: Work train in yard, possibly DVJ or Ludlow during dismantling. Flat Car is transporting spare wheel sets. Note abandoned trackage in lower left.

Caboose #402 Reference: TMR3939a
Collection: Mojave River Valley Museum
Description: T&T Caboose #402
Now at Nevada State Railroad Museum

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