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Felin Hen

Duration: 11:00
Format : 16/9 HD
Author: Doussot Claude
Entry date: 9/29/2013
Recorded in August 2013
Views: 3033 times

Baldwin No. 5104 of 1917 is a 2-6-2 locomotive of the Army Transportation Corps (USATC) sent to France for the French Army in 1918. After the war, she was sold to Penrhyn slate quarries in Wales to pull trains of slate. That's where she was called "Felin Hen". Little used, it was shipped to Australia in Brisbane in 1940 to tow sugarcane cars. In 1965 it was parked in the Bundaberg park. The Bundaberg Steam Tramway Preservation Society (BSTPS) has finally sold it in 2002 to Tacot des Lacs.

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