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When the USRA (United States Railroad Administration) nationalised the US' railroads during World War 1, a standard for steam locomotive design was formed. The most popular design was the Light Mikado. With a boiler pressure of 200 psi, 63 inch diameter driving wheels, and tractive effort of 54,724 lbf, this type of locomotive became the standard light freight locomotive for over 50 railroads until diesel locomotives replaced them in 1950s. Today, there are 7 USRA Mikados preserved today around the US.
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My Sonic attempt (don't look unless you are very very bored)
01.8 - Hunted