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Photo of the steam locomotive "William Mason", a Mason Bogie type locomotive built in 1874 by the Mason Locomotive Works for the Boston, Clinton, and Fitchburg Railroad (which later became part of the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad.) It was the first locomotive to use the Walschaerts valve gear made  in North America.
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Photo of the steam locomotive "William Mason", a Mason Bogie type locomotive built in 1874 by the Mason Locomotive Works for the Boston, Clinton, and Fitchburg Railroad (which later became part of the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad.) It was the first locomotive to use the Walschaerts valve gear made  in North America. John H. White refers to the locomotive as being a "Mason-Fairlie" locomotive in his book "A History of the American Locomotive: Its Development, 1830-1880."

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Photo of the steam locomotive "William Mason", a Mason Bogie type locomotive built in 1874 by the Mason Locomotive Works for the Boston, Clinton, and Fitchburg Railroad (which later became part of the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad.) It was the first locomotive to use the Walschaerts valve gear made in North America. John H. White refers to the locomotive as being a "Mason-Fairlie" locomotive in his book "A History of the American Locomotive: Its Development, 1830-1880."

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