Huckleberry Railroad

Huckleberry Railroad

Huckleberry Railroad

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The Huckleberry Railroad is a narrow gauge heritage railroad located in Flint, Michigan, just north of Flint.

The railroad received its name due to its slowness; it was said a person could jump off the train, pick huckleberries, and re-board the train as it traveled without difficulty.

Former Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad 464, an K-27 class 2-8-2 steam locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1903, pulls vintage wooden passenger cars over a portion of the original Pere Marquette Railway roadbed along the shores of Mott Lake.

The other Engines used on the line are,

Former (National Tube Works) 1950 General-Electric 50 ton #7

Former (Badger Army Ammunition) 1950 Plymouth No.11.

Engines Out-of-Service,

Former (Alaskan Railroad) 1920 Baldwin 4-6-0 #152

Former (Potosi & Rio Verde) 1904 Baldwin 2-8-0 #4

Former (Quincy & Torch Lake) 1892 Brooks 2-6-0 #3

Former (American Smelting and Refining Co.) 1950 Plymouth JCD #5

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