Its specific identity lost to time and the Suwannee River, the Luraville Locomotive is one of the nation's oldest "iron horse" steam locomotives. Most likely built between 1850 and 1855, the oft-modified 10-ton, wood-burning American 4-4-0 steam . . . — — Map (db m67648) HM
(left panel) The Luraville Locomotive is a rare example of the early American wood-burning “Iron Horses,” which helped carve the United States out of the wilderness in the pre-Civil War era.
The Eight-wheeled, 10-ton engine . . . — — Map (db m131838) HM