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Published: Thursday, 6/19/2014 - Updated: 3 months ago

A look into America's past

A train enthusiast photographs the front of the Nickel Plate 765, a historic steam locomotive built in the 1940s in Lima, Ohio, at the Central Union Terminal. The 765 passed through Toledo on its way to Michigan and offered tours of the train before it departed Wednesday afternoon. A train enthusiast photographs the front of the Nickel Plate 765, a historic steam locomotive built in the 1940s in Lima, Ohio, at the Central Union Terminal. The 765 passed through Toledo on its way to Michigan and offered tours of the train before it departed Wednesday afternoon.
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A train enthusiast photographs the front of the Nickel Plate 765, a historic steam locomotive built in the 1940s in Lima, Ohio, at the Central Union Terminal. The 765 passed through Toledo on its way to Michigan and offered tours of the train before it departed Wednesday afternoon.

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