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Engine Names - Greek Mythology or?


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How about "Jack Boy" for the Associated pumping engine and "Jerry Boy" for the rail car engine.

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Fairbanks Morse "Eclipse"
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Gray "Marvel", "Wizard", "Thoroughbred", "Big Six", "Honest John", "Big Reliable" or Montgomery Wards little air cooled of 1937 the "Hummer"
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Gray "Marvel", "Wizard", "Thoroughbred", "Big Six", "Honest John", "Big Reliable" or Montgomery Wards little air cooled of 1937 the "Hummer"
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Onan wasnt Greek , but his end was certainly dramatic
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