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Stan Kistler
The 100% dieselized Santa Fe has spruced up Prairie-type 2-6-2 No. 1010 and sent her to San Bernardino, California, for movie and television work in connection with the 50th anniversary of the running of Death Valley Scotty's Special in 1905. No. 1010 is the only engine that pulled the original Scotty's Special that still remains on Santa Fe's rapidly declining steam roster. Note the old-style horizontal bar pilot and coal pile on tender — this is an oil burner.
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