Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin: Little Dinky No. 2 Train

Little Dinky No. 2 is a narrow gauge saddle tank steam locomotive made by the H.K. Porter Company, used to transport lumber loads. Recently restored and preserved under a roof.

Irvine Park

Address:
Irvine Park Dr., Chippewa Falls, WI
Directions:
NW corner of Jefferson Ave. and Irvine Park Dr. at entrance gate to Park.
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Little Dinky No. 2.

Little Dinky No. 2 Train

The Porter 0-4-0 steam engine "Little Dinky No. 2" of Wissota Sand and Gravel of Eau Claire is still on display in Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls, near the main entrance on Jefferson Ave.

[Russ Borman, 08/08/2014]

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