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17 April 2021

     22:58  Main Page‎‎ 2 changes history -7 [Dnevil‎ (2×)]
     
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22:40 Dnevil talk contribs uploaded File:Paradise and Pacific 12.PNG(Texas & Pacific Railroad Shops in Big Springs, Texas built this locomotive as a 15-inch gauge miniature of a standard gauge 4-6-2. It was rebuilt as a narrow gauge 2-6-2 Prairie in 1967 by Bill Daney and now pulls trains on the Paradise & Pacific in Scottsdale. Photo by Russell C. Joslin. From "Master Railroad Builder".)
     
07:45 Dnevil talk contribs uploaded File:Wm. Daney 8 8 1987 Locomotive builder.jpg(William L. Daney from Pueblo, Colorado, visits The Tipsico Lakeshore for the 40th anniversary in 1987, seeing the heavy pacific in operation for the first time since building it in 1936. From https://tipsicolakeshorerailroad.com/The_Man_Behind_The_Steam.html)

15 April 2021

N    22:34  William L. Daney‎‎ 3 changes history +663 [Dnevil‎ (3×)]
     
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22:12 (cur | prev) +397 Dnevil talk contribs Created page with "[Category:People] File:William L Daney 725 PopSci Aug1927.PNG|thumb|center|500px|The miniature locomotive that pulls this back yard railway train runs under steam from its..."
     22:11 Upload log Dnevil talk contribs uploaded File:William L Daney 725 PopSci Aug1927.PNG(The miniature locomotive that pulls this back yard railway train runs under steam from its own boiler. Constructed by William L. Daney, of Pueblo, Colorado, the locomotive is a counterpart of those on the Cuba Northern Railway. Daney also made the train of cars to go with it. From Popular Science, August 1927.)