We see a side-on view of a Victorian railway engine and its three-axled tender of coal. The engine has four large driving wheels (two axles) and two smaller weight-bearing wheels at the front (one axle), making it 2-4-0 in British notation.
The tender has three axles. There is a driver in the cab of the engine and a fireman on the tender. The engine’s chimney at the front belches out smoke.
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