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Upper left: Bill Cooper and son Albert firing up their 1870 model, which is a beauty for craftsmanship and operation, at the Southern California Live Steamers track.

Lower Right: Colonel H.M. Salley and sons taking a turn on Harry Dixson's Dixie Short Line during a recent visit from Okinawa enroute to Virginia.

From "The North American Live Steamer", March 1956, submitted by Harry Dixon.

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