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The caption in the Jan. 27, 1936 Los Angeles Times read:

Passenger Engine No. 7856 of the Union Pacific rolled into the Los Angeles shops for a new set of tires. As simple as jacking up a flivver to put on the spare, workmen at the shops lifted the 200-ton locomotive from its wheels. August C. Roepke, mechanical supervisor, second from right, signals crane operator while J.H. Sinnar, foreman of the shop, extreme right, oversees operations and makes certain that workmen are careful and in the clear in case of accident.
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Wow! Is the third guy from the right, directly under that thing?
i love it its the best picture i have never seen so iam happy to see it now
gedhe banget ya mesinnya..........
gives the tire jack a new meaning !!!!!
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