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Stourbridge Lion

Stourbridge Lion

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Photograph shows replica of the Stourbridge Lion locomotive built in 1933 riding atop of railroad flat-car.
No. 685.
Delaware & Hudson Railroad Corporation; Association of American Railroads Transportation Building.
The Stourbridge Lion, purchased in England for the Delaware and Hudson Company, introduced practical steam locomotives to America when Horatio Allen drove this engine three miles on August 8, 1829, at Honesdale, Pa.
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