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Engine No. 10 was much more powerful than No. 97, and made the run from Fayette to Buhl and back each day, pulling long loads each way.  The engineer was Floyd Branyon (in the cab). He was a Shriner, and hung his medal below the headlight. Some of the houses in the quarters are in the background. I cannot identify anyone else in the picture. Picture made in the early thirties. (Check out the up-to-date auto at left)