Copper Range #29 Photos

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Copper Range #29, as seen on September 28, 1958 at Houghton, Michigan. At this date, the locomotive had been removed from regular service. It was later stored in the Copper Range's roundhouse.

PHOTO CREDIT: Stan Mailer, Don Ginter Collection, courtesy of Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.



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Copper Range #29 as it appeared in June of 1997. Many years of storage outside show the ravages of mother nature. The engine last ran in 1970 on the tourist railroad Keweenaw Central.

PHOTO CREDIT: Don Ginter, courtesy Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.



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Copper Range #29 on May 25, 2004 before preparation for loading at Hancock, MI.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29's cab being lifted from the locomotive, May 26, 2004, Hancock, MI.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29's boiler being lifted from the running gear for loading on a separate semi-truck flatbed, May 26, 2004, Hancock, MI.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29's running gear (frame and wheels) being lifted for loading on a semi-truck trailer, May 26, 2004, Hancock, MI.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29 crossing the Portage bridge between Hancock and Houghton one last time on its way to North Freedom, Wisconsin, May 26, 2004.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29 crossing the Portage bridge between Hancock and Houghton one last time on its way to North Freedom, Wisconsin, May 26, 2004.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29's cab and tender, loaded on separate semi trailers, awaits departure from Hancock for all time, enroute to North Freedom, Wisconsin, May 26, 2004.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29's running gear being unloaded from semi-trailer at Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, WI, May 27, 2004.

PHOTO CREDIT: Pat Weeden, courtesy of Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29's boiler being reunited with its running gear at the Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, WI, May 27, 2004.

PHOTO CREDIT: Pat Weeden, courtesy of Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29 on display at Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, WI, August 2004.

PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Swanson, courtesy of Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29 on display at Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, WI, August 2004.

PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Swanson, courtesy of Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29 on display at Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, WI, August 2004, as seen from the museum's water tower.

PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Swanson, courtesy of Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.


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Copper Range #29 on display at Mid-Continent Railway Museum, North Freedom, WI, August 21, 2004. This particular day, CR 29's headlight and number plate were installed for display during the Soo Line Historical & Technical Society's convention held at North Freedom.

PHOTO CREDIT: Paul Swanson, courtesy of Mid-Continent Railway Historical Society, Inc.

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