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 Cat Ballou (1965) Train engineer
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Old # 75, the locomotive and tender used in this film was built in 1907, by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, and was a 2-8-0 class, serving the Great Western Railway in Loveland Colorado. In 1965, the Steam Engine was sold to the Intermountain Chapter of the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS). The NRHS in turn, sold the locomotive to two private investors, one being Everett L. Rohrer. Everett used the locomotive in it's second life, as Old # 75 was featured in such films as "Cat Ballou" where Everett was listed in the credits as the Train Engineer. The Steam Engine and stock were also used in other movies, including but not limited to "The Professionals" starring Burt Lancaster, and Lee Marvin, "Breakheart Pass" 1975 with Charles Bronson, "Far and Away" directed by Ron Howard in 1992, as well as "Geronimo", filmed in Utah in 1993. The legacy of Old # 75 is now in the care of The Heber Valley Railroad, Utah's magnificent steam passenger railroad, which is based in Heber City, Utah.

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