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The first engine the railroad owned was the “Governor Markham”, a 2-4-2T. She came with no road number and never acquired one.

Built in July of 1891 by Baldwin, she had 50” drivers, a boiler pressure of 130

and developed 15330 of tractive effort, the lowest for any engine on the Belt Line.

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