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Illinois Terminal Engine Number 30


“Illinois Terminal Engine Number 30,” Madison Historical, accessed April 15, 2024,


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This is a black and white photograph of the "Illinois Terminal" Engine no. 30. The engine appears to be pulling railcarts of coal behind it. four are visible in the image. The engine has steam coming from its chimney stack. A conductor can be seen leaning out of the window of the train.


  • Maryville
  • mining
  • Donk Brothers


circa 1900s

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  • Maryville, Illinois
  • 1900s


  • MHM-P-0005
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