The Museum will be closed Nov. 22 – 25, and Dec. 27 - 30.
To set the locomotive on the museum track, a temporary extension was built into the street so that the dollies could be moved up each side of the extension.
The locomotive was moved onto the temporary track and was jacked up and blocked so that the dollies and girders could be removed.
The blocks were removed and the locomotive 1765 was lowered onto the temporary track.
A cable was attached to the locomotive and it was pulled onto the museum track by a winch and rigging on the truck.
The locomotive was rolled onto the museum track, coupled to the tender, and set in its final resting place just as daylight was fading away.