SOO Line steam train Engine 417 crashed into the Round house's turntable. The SOO Line was owned by the Canadian Pacific Railway, as of 1888.. This accident may have occurred in Ladysmith, Wis. USA

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Prestor Pictures LLC / Alamy Stock Photo
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The SOO Line was the short name for the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railway company. This steam locomotive did not wait for the turntable rails, running up/down at left, to rotate so the engine could run Onto them. This SOO Engine, number 417, is a Class F-4 type, the only one of its type built by Schenectady for the SOO Line. Built in 1893. Its Wheel Arrangement is 2-8-0. It is believed that this engine no longer exists. The only location info for this photo is the word "Ladysmith" written on its back. This could be Ladysmith, Wisconsin, but has not been verified. To see All my Vintage images, key 2 words:  Prestor   vintage