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May 15, 2018 08:51AM
One of the two Old Mission Portland Cement Plymouths* survives in preservation. Model DL-2, c/n 1363, built in late 1922, shipped on January 6,1923 is on display at the Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City. The locomotive is complete and operable with the original engine, transmission, etc...

It was formerly on display at Ardenwood Farm in Fremont CA.

* Old Mission Portland Cement purchased a second Plymouth, c/n 3170, model HLB-2, 20 tons, 4 wheel gas/mechanical in 1929. That locomotive was later used at Plaster City, then Texas before being sent to Birmingham Railcar in 1977.

At NSRM-BC 12.28.17.jpg

Randy Hees

Director, Nevada State Railroad Museum, Boulder City
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