Santa Fe 3765 gets a bath

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A worker at the Santa Fe’s big Argentine Yard near Kansas City hoses down the running gear of 4-8-4 No. 3765 in November 1949. Meanwhile, up top, another man adds sand to the engine’s sand dome. Wallace W. Abbey photo

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