Kaatza Station Museum – 1927 Lima Shay

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This 1927 Lima Shay started its life in Squamish with the Merrill & Ring Lumber company as #2, and was acquired by the Comox Logging & Railway and renamed No. 12 in 1942.

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In 1962 the locomotive was put on display in Ladysmith as part of the Logging Equipment Museum of Crown-Zellerbach, Canada.. When the museum shut down, #12 was relocated to Cowichan Lake where it was put on static display outside of the Kaatza Station Museum, Cowichan’s old E&N railway station.

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