A photo of steam locomotive No. 104 at its former location in Simpson Park in North Bend. This photo was taken before a protective cover was built over the engine.
Oregon Coast Historical Railway member Dick Jamsgard uses a pneumatic needle grinder to remove rust from the back head of the boiler on steam locomotive No. 104.

Members of the OCHR carefully remove the front cover of historic steam locomotive No. 104 as part of the work to determine if the boiler could be rebuilt. The cover was replaced once tests were conducted.
Members of the OCHR ease down the sand dome from steam locomotive No. 104 as part of the restoration project. The dome was been repainted and reinstalled.

A work party of OCHR members and volunteers from the Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad prepare the spur track at the Coos Bay display area. Steam locomotive No. 104 was eventually delivered onto the tracks.
Two 75-ton cranes lift locomotive No. 104 from the 110-ft-long, 80-wheel lowboy trailer that was used to move the engine from its former site in North Bend to a new display area along US 101 in Coos Bay.

New #104 Cab and Domes pictures

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