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Western & Atlantic Railroad No. 3 The General
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Built in 1855 by the Rogers Locomotive Works, this 4-4-0 steam locomotive was used on the Western & Atlantic Railroad and hauled Confederate troops, supplies, and munitions durring the Civil War. On April 12, 1862, The General was stolen in Big Shanty (Kennesaw, Georgia) by Union spies lead by civilian scout James J. Andrews to destroy track and telegraph lines northward to Chatanooga, Tennessee. The conductor of the General, William Allen Fuller pursued his stolen train first on a foot, then a handcar car, and finally on a second locomotive called the Texas. Eventually, the General ran out of wood and water and ran out of steam. leaving Andrews' men to flee. Today the locomotive is on static display at the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History.
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