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  1. Duluth, Missabe, & Iron Range M4 Yellowstone #237 by Tony Sava, on Flickr Duluth, Missabe, & Iron Range M4 "Yellowstone" class steam locomotive #237 Full Album Of "Yellowstone" class locomotives, the DM&IR Yellowstones were the strongest built. #237 was the only locomotive retired prior to dieselization, sold for scrap after a wreck. DM&IR-237_008 by Tony Sava, on Flickr This locomotive has been built in 9-wide, and is my first successful driver-driven steam locomotive. The locomotive is powered by two Power Functions L-Motors in the boiler, and a AA battery box in the tender. DM&IR-237_015 by Tony Sava, on Flickr The cab overhangs more than I'd like, but hopefully I can keep it on ME Model curves and Grand Curves. DM&IR-237_023 by Tony Sava, on Flickr A huge, enormous thank-you to Terry Akuna for the excellent work on designing and printing the decals on the tender, cab, and road numbers on the headlights. DM&IR-237_012 by Tony Sava, on Flickr --Tony