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CHICAGO AND NORTH WESTERN STEAM ENGINE
Chicago and North Western No. 1385 is a Class R-1 4-6-0 steam locomotive It was built in 1908 by Alco for the Chicago and North Western railway.

This locomotive was design to haul passenger and freight trains for the Chicago and North Western railway.

No. 1385 was retired in 1956 and it was purchased by the Historical Society of Milwaukee in 1961 for $2600.

In 1994 the locomotive leads an easbound passenger extra from Horicon back to Granville.

The locomotive was in service for most of the 1980s and 1990s, doing excursions over large parts of the C&NW system, but was shopped for major boiler work in 1998.

Today the locomotive was being under a rebuilt as part of the locomotive's full restoration to operating condition.

TriviaEdit

In 1983 #1385 used to work for the Chicago and North Western commuter train.

In 1984 the locomotive used to hauled the Golden Arrow excursion train.

In 1985 the locomotive hauled the Circus World Museum train.

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