Train in Snow
My picture is about a plow that is stuck in the snow for a couple of hours. The purpose of having the plow on the train was that it would clean off the track when there was too much snow on it. The train was made out of metal and the plow was also made of metal. Both were made in a factory. The time period they were used in was in 1879.
It would cost over $300,000 to buy a train. The train was popular because it could get to the end of the island and back within a day. it was used to move food, people, cargo, and garbage.
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