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Ten-Wheeler 352 leads Texas & Pacific’s Texarkana Local, a mixed train known as “The Bullet” because of its slow schedule, into Shreveport, Louisiana, in about 1942. The oil-fired 4-6-0 trails a tank car of extra water.  Photo by Ed Robinson
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Ed Robinson

Texarkana–Shreveport mixed train

Ten-Wheeler 352 leads Texas & Pacific’s Texarkana Local, a mixed train known as “The Bullet” because of its slow schedule, into Shreveport, Louisiana, in about 1942. The oil-fired 4-6-0 trails a tank car of extra water.
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