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Thursday, May 12, 2011 11:36 AM by Bre Greenman

Fife is home to a 1968 rare train that is only one of four in existence today. The historic #684 engine was used mostly on the Curtis, Milburn and Eastern railroads, later to be known as part of the Chehalis Western Railroad. Only 26 of these engines were ever sold.

 

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